Detective Cha (Kang Ji-hwan), an overweight, grotesque and unattractive crime investigator, is assigned a case. In order to solve it, he has to disguise himself as a supermodel in two weeks. The movie depicts how the unappealing Detective Cha transforms himself into an attractive handsome super model. Directed by Shin Tae-ra. Runs 110 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Men in Black III
Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back to save the world. When the world and Agent K’s life are put in jeopardy, Agent K travels back in time to save his partner. During his journey, he discovers that there are hidden secrets Agent K never told him. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. Runs 106 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
A team of explorers finds a groundbreaking clue that explains the origins of mankind on earth. The explorers are led to the most exciting journey into secretive corners of the earth, where they reach with a ship named “Prometheus.” There, they face creatures that put the whole world in danger. Directed by Ridley Scott. Runs 123 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
Hwa-yeon (Jo Yeo-jeong), who is destined to marry the king, and Gwon Yu (Kim Min-jun) are lovers. Hwa-yeon is forced to live in the palace. King Sung-won (Kim Dong-wook) is determined to acquire Hwa-yeon as his concubine. Directed by Kim Dai-seung. Runs 122 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.
A “Forbidden Video,” gaining popularity on the internet, must be avoided because it is cursed. Out of curiosity, Jeong-mi(Kang Byul) downloads and watches it despite warnings from her sister Se-hui (Park Bo-young)’s. Jeong-mi suddenly disappears one day, and Se-hui ends up clicking the file open to save her sister. Directed by Kim Tae-kyeong. Runs 93 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Alex the Lion, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the Hippo, and Marty the Zebra become Europe’s most wanted target. Follow their comedic journey through Europe as they try to escape attracting the attention of the European police. Directed by Eric Darnell. Runs 94 minutes. All audience. In English with Korean subtitles.
Friday 6:05 a.m. on SuperAction
In China 2,000 years ago, General Wang captures Sowui (Xun Zhou), a woman of unsurpassed beauty. Soon after Wang brings her to his castle, she starts to attract people with her beauty, which makes Wang’s wife (Vicki Zhao) suspicious. At the same time, dead bodies are discovered around the castle with their hearts missing.
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
Saturday 6:20 p.m. on SuperAction
It’s 1930s Manchuria, and Korea, under Japanese colonial rule, has a network of independence fighters stationed there. A treasure map leading to buried riches attracts three hunters: Dong-won (Jung Woo-sung), Chang-yi (Lee Byung-hun) and Tae-goo (Song Kang-ho). No one can be trusted as they embark on a wildly exhilarating cross-desert chase complicated by the Japanese army and local tribesmen.
Shrek Forever After
Sunday 11:10 a.m. on OCN
DreamWorks presents the final installment of its green ogre series in 3D. Shrek grows tired of his daily routine of being a father and husband and misses the old days when he scared the villagers and bathed in mud. A villain, Rumpelstiltskin, talks Shrek into signing a pact and Shrek ends up in an alternate universe where ogres are hunted and his beloved Fiona hates him. What would it take for Shrek to undo his mistake?