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Himalaya is a movie starring Jung-min Hwang, Sung-ha Jo, and Woo Jung. Based on true events, renowned mountaineer UM Hong-gil sets out on a mission to Everest to retrieve his late junior climber's body and faces the greatest...

Genres
Adventure, Drama, Biography
Director
Seok-hoon Lee
Starring
Woo Jung, In-kwon Kim, Jung-min Hwang, Sung-ha Jo

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Product details

Genres Adventure, Drama, Biography
Director Seok-hoon Lee
Writer Dae-gyu Kang, Seok-hoon Lee, Jong-suk Lee, Jieun-min Suo, Su-jin Park, JK Youn
Stars Woo Jung, In-kwon Kim, Jung-min Hwang, Sung-ha Jo
Country South Korea
Also Known As ヒマラヤ 地上8,000メートルの絆, The Himalayas, Himalaja, Himalaji
Runtime 2 h 4 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 Following a grueling climb up Kanchenjunga, Hong-gil and Mu-taek become fast friends and partners in climb. The peak of their professional careers comes when they become the 14th team to scale the Himalayas. But the climb came at a price: both sustained injuries and Hong-gil was compelled to retire. Years later, Hong-gil is a renowned lecturer and Mu-taek takes up an assignment to go up Everest. When Hong-gil learns that Mu-taek has gone missing, he blames himself for encouraging the younger man's plans. Looking at a photo of Mu-taek's frozen corpse still trapped on the mountain, he decides to put together a rescue team to retrieve the body. Despite warnings, concerns over his injured leg and treacherous storms, Hong-gil leads the expedition.

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Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 21:45

The great Italian director Dario Argento has left a huge mark on the Italian cinema. In the '70s, he gave us an astonishing series of thrillers, like 'The Bird with the Crystal Plumage' (1978) and 'Salo' (1978), and the last two 'Scum' (1983-1987). He was also the one who, along with Fellini, created some of the most powerful and horrifying films, 'In the Bleak Midwinter' (1971) and 'The Deer Hunter' (1974), and the haunting 'The House of Exorcism' (1973). Then, in the early '80s, he took a much darker turn with 'Dellamorte Dellamore' and 'Kaputti della Villa D'Oro'. Dario Argento's previous work is the only one he's ever made that's also great. This is an incredibly powerful film that will change the way you see cinema forever. There is no better way to describe 'The Last Station'. I would give it a perfect ten stars, but 'The Last Station' is more about the journey than the destination. The journey is just one of the things that makes this film so great. You have to have some knowledge of the Italian cinema to appreciate this film. Most of all, you have to have a strong stomach for this film. The violence is all very intense and graphic, and the story is both brutal and emotional. It is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. You may think, as I did, that 'The Last Station' is a very different film from Argento's other work, 'The Bird with the Crystal Plumage', but it is not. Both are very similar, but this one is very different in its themes and its plot. In 'The Last Station', you will find two types of characters. The first type is the typical dapper hero and the second type is the typical girl who is a little bit weaker and less dashing. In the first type, you have Dario Argento, in the second type, you have the dashing hero and his girl friend, from whom he always has to hide. The film's director is Federico Fellini, and he is also one of the most brilliant filmmakers of all time. In 'The Last Station', he goes against his normal style, and instead of the usual dark, violent, and nihilistic atmosphere that he usually goes for, he creates a beautiful and sad film, that also has a powerful message. I think Fellini did this a lot better than Dario Argento, and I have to say that 'The Last Station' is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. It is very hard to describe the film, but I would recommend that you watch it. It will change your view of cinema forever. I give it a perfect ten stars.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 03:50

With The Hunted, David Fincher has carved out another small but crucial piece of his well-earned legacy. When he first premiered with Se7en, he claimed it would be his last film and it's been quite a while since he's revisited themes as fresh as this. The Hunted, though set in the world of hunting in Africa, is very much a David Fincher film, one of those that contains the unmistakable signature of his directing style, which is to make the viewer feel a certain kinship with the character being depicted. And that's something that works very well here. Sure, it's a story about a hunt in Africa, but Fincher doesn't look back to ask what's better: the realism of it, or the reality that he can be seen as a director who understands the nature of the hunter, the one who knows the game and knows how to use it. The Hunted is a bit like a "Bullet To The Head" of the cinema world, and the film is quite engaging, despite being a bit slow at times. The performances are all excellent, with both a few of the actors (Chiwetel Ejiofor and Sam Neill) stealing the show. Ejiofor's character, John Keating, is a hunter who has lost his wife, daughter and even his job in a typical young hunter's life. His wife has died, and John doesn't have a family or a real future. And so, he's just going on the hunt. And when he finds a young woman named Angela (Halle Berry) whom he takes as a prisoner, he spends his time with her and eventually falls in love with her. But the film itself isn't really about love. It's about the power and the opportunity that a young woman has in the world, and Fincher, at least with this film, understands that, and that's why he makes such an impression. It's about a sense of social responsibility and being a part of something bigger. It's about letting go and doing what's right. The Hunted is an emotional movie, and for me, it is Fincher's best work. It's easy to watch, a very honest film about a man who knows how to use his art to make his life better. And it's a very easy film to watch, too. The Hunted is a big budget film, but it's a very small budget movie. And this is the one where David Fincher really makes his mark. It's a powerful film that will be watched a few more times. I've heard a lot about Fincher's skill in the way he directs, but what I've seen of his directing is still very limited. I've seen all of his films, and none of them has really been outstanding. The Hunted is one of those films that will leave you with a very strong feeling of satisfaction and of Fincher's ability to bring the same to a different medium. The Hunted is a good film, and it's an emotional one. But it's also one of the films I think is better than it deserves to be, and is better than it should be. 8/10
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 09:15

The film is a work of art. The sequence of events that take place in the movie is just brilliant. It is not what you might expect, what makes the movie so good is that the director doesn't try to put a dramatic spin on the story and it doesn't matter what happens. The journey of these people is something which you can relate to. The first half of the movie is about four women trying to survive the dangers of the world and the second half of the movie focuses on the lives of these four women. The story takes place during the winter of the Himalayas in Nepal. We have a female pilot, a tribal girl, a father, and a mother. These four women have all lived their lives in isolation. They are of a different culture, but they are all forced to go back to their village in Nepal and try to survive. At the end of the movie, we find out that their lives have changed and that they are all now living in the Himalayas. The cinematography is beautiful, the photography in the first half is beautiful, and the second half is beautiful. I think the director is showing us that there are no easy answers in life. This film is like a puzzle, and the pieces that we take out are just as important as the whole. The biggest problem I had with the film was the casting. I thought they did a great job, but I think that the characters could have been more developed. For example, the tribal girl was shown as a little more than a spoiled brat. If they had put her in a more serious situation, she would have been more believable. I also think that the tribal girl should have been shown as a more grown up person, which I don't think she was. Overall, I think this film is great. It is the story of four women who want to survive in the harsh and harsh world that they have lived in for generations. It is a story that will make you think and reflect about what life is like for the people of the Himalayas and how we live our lives and why we do what we do. It will also make you feel for the women in the film. A film that I think will have a lasting impact on you.


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