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.
Snow White and the Huntsman
A reinvention of children’s fairy tale to a dark one, the evil queen (Charlize Theron), who is the cause of despair in those who behold beauty, seizes power. When she discovers Snow White (Kristen Stewart) is destined to surpass her, she hunts for her to rip out her heart, never imagining that Snow White has been training to kill the evil queen. Directed by Rupert Sanders. Runs 127 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
All About My Wife
Jung-in (Im Su-jeong), an ideal type of a wife, is beautiful and excellent at doing house chores. However, she has one problem; she cannot stop nagging and complaining at her husband Doo-hyun (Lee Seon-gyun). So he tries to break up with her and eventually hires Sung-gi (Ryu Seong-ryong), a women seducer, to get her to ask for a divorce. Directed by Min Kyu-dong. Runs 121 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In Korean.
Justine (Kirstin Dunst) is a talented advertisement copyrighter who marries Michael (Alexander Skarsgard). As they celebrate their marriage, Justine shows signs of clinical depression and pushes the groom out the door. Meanwhile, a blue planet Melancholia is on collision course with earth. Directed by Lars von Trier. Runs 135 minutes. Rated 15 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
The Taste of Money
Joo Young-jak (Kim Kang-woo) deals with the immoral private lives behind a family with fatal attraction to money, the Baeks. All the clan’s members are entangled by sexual desires except the daughter Yoon Na-mi (Kim Hyo-jin). All their lives and wealth are at stake when a money laundry goes awry. Directed by Im Sang-soo. Runs 115 minutes. Rated 18 and over. In Korean.
The First Grader
When the Kenyan government promises free education in the country, Maruge (Oliver Litondo), an old veteran in his ‘80s who fought for liberation from English colonization, take his chance on education. Despite denials of his admission at the school, Jane Obinchu (Naomi Harris) supports his struggle. Directed by Justin Chadwick. Runs 103 minutes. Rated 12 and over. In English with Korean subtitles.
FRIDAY 01:15 p.m. ON SUPER ACTION
David, a high school student in Ann Arbor, discovers he can teleport himself and enjoys a lavish lifestyle traveling around the world, until he meets the “Paladins,” who know his secret and are sworn to kill him and his kind. Directed by Doug Liman. Starring Hayden Christensen and Samuel L. Jackson.
SATURDAY 11:00 p.m. ON SUPER ACTION
From the makers of "The Matrix" series comes a ninja movie starring Korean pop star Rain. Young orphan Raizo is trained by a secret ninja clan to become a deadly killer. But when Raizo witnesses the murder of his good friend, he turns his back on his clan and plots revenge. Directed by James McTeigue. Starring Rain and Ben Miles.
SUNDAY 07:40 a.m. ON OCN
Based on a true story. After another drunken fiasco, fading baseball star Sang-nam is forced to coach kids at a school for the hearing impaired, but the publicity stunt eventually becomes an opportunity of a lifetime through. Directed by Kang Woo-suk. Starring Jung Jae-young, Yu Sun and Jang Gi-beom.