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Ver Haebing

Haebing is a movie starring Jin-woong Cho, Goo Shin, and Dae-Myung Kim. Dr. Seung-hoon sedates his landlord before medical check-up, when the old man begins telling him a convincing murder confession.

Soo-youn Lee
Jin-woong Cho, Goo Shin, Chung-Ah Lee, Dae-Myung Kim

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Product details

Genres Thriller
Director Soo-youn Lee
Writer Soo-youn Lee
Stars Jin-woong Cho, Goo Shin, Chung-Ah Lee, Dae-Myung Kim
Country South Korea
Also Known As Thawing, 犯人は生首に訊け, Bluebeard
Runtime 1 h 57 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Dr. Seung-hoon sedates his landlord before medical check-up, when the old man begins telling him a convincing murder confession.

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Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 23:55

Diese Nachtmahr - The Heist - DVD/Bluray/VHS (1992) Starring: Chazelle, Crowe, Witherspoon, Hunter, Johnson, McCarthy, Garcia, Young, Abrams, Martin, Sanchez, Schneider, Dreyfus, Malachai, Kline, Buckholtz, Robbins, White, Brown, Browning, Boyer, Lewis, Hudson, Moseley, Montgomery, Ellison, Burrell, Campbell, Woodard, Field, Judd, Siegel, Nash, Neuman, Walden, Stuhrman, Reed, Cohen, Hogue, Frank, Mendez, and Thayer. Director: Thierry Lhermitte. With: Helen Mirren, Joshua P. Gordon, Steve Zahn, Eddie Izzard, Colin Firth, Leonardo DeCaprio, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Chris Pine, Julianne Moore, and Christopher Walken. By the Numbers. One of the most overlooked films of the year, this stylish thriller from writer/director Thierry Lhermitte stars an impeccably cast ensemble. Chazelle is brilliant as the driven and capable thief who is ruthless, cunning, and charismatic. Crowe is great as the arrogant, charming, and not too bright bank robber who wants to go straight and has lost his moral compass. Witherspoon is impressive as the ingenue who falls in love with Crowe. Hoffman is brilliant as the guy who may or may not be straight. Hunter, Johnson, McCarthy, Garcia, Hunter, and the always welcome Martin are all solid in their roles. Sadly, the standout is the one and only Woody Harrelson as the bank robber who is a crook, a villain, and a drug addict. His scenes with Hunter and Crowe are the highlights of the film. A great film that deserves a better reception and the attention it deserves. 10/10
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 14:16

In the far-off land of South Africa, an aging cricket player named Pieter van der Merwe (Kris van den Berg) is kidnapped by a gang of ruthless criminal scum known as the 'Tigers' and taken to a remote island in the South Atlantic, where he is forced to work in an underground mining complex. Pieter's only hope of escaping is to run a small race against the ferocious and powerful, but nameless, creatures who rule the island. This film was made in 1994, but was released in 1994, and was the first film of its type to be made in South Africa. It's an oddity, because the same crew of filmmakers responsible for such films as "The Last King of Scotland" (1997) and "The Last King of Scotland II: The Final Conflict" (2001) also directed this film. This film has received a lot of attention for being one of the first African-American-led films in the industry. It's a shame that such a great film should be given such a negative review. I must admit that this film is not perfect, but it is definitely an interesting film, and a lot of the film is dark. I really like the way that the filmmakers portrayed the underground mining complex. It's one of those places where you can see a lot of dirt and cobblestones, and you're not sure if this is an underground mine or a quarry. The soundtrack is pretty great too. I love how they use the music of Steve Reich, which is one of the best composers in the history of film. The film has an amazing, almost mythic quality to it. I'm a big fan of 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park', but I really like this film. The ending of this film is pretty brutal, and is one of the best endings I have ever seen in a film. I recommend this film to anyone who likes dark, suspenseful films.

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