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100 Days With Mr. Arrogant, a review by Tom

     100 Days With Mr. Arrogant (2003/South Korea)
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Winson Entertainment (Hong Kong)
Director:Dong-yeob Shin
Writing:Dong-yeob Shin (Writer)
Length:96 min.
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85
Audio:Korean: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:Chinese, English

Jae-Won Kim as Lee Hyeong-jun
Ji-won Ha as Kang Ha-yeong
Tae-hyeon Kim as Yeong-eun
Min Han as Hyeon-ju
Chang-wan Kim as Ha-yeong's Father

Ha-young is a third year high school student who has dumped by her younger boyfriend just before their anniversary, she furiously kicks a can on the road. The can hits an expensive car owned by Ha-joon. Ha-joon demands compensation of 3 million won and Ha-young, who has no way of paying back that kind of money, unwillingly enters into a contract that binds her to Hyung-joon for 100 days. She is forced to clean the house, wash his car, and a lot more things that are far worse than studying. She bears everything at the thought of the scratch she made to the car, but then she finds out that it can be fixed with just 100,000 won. Ha-young turns into an incarnation of revenge......

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My Thoughts:
I quite enjoyed this one. Just a fun light-hearted romantic comedy. I have seen this mentioned a few times as a recommendation for a South Korean comedy. It had some really funny moments in it. A few of those I found quite daring.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on November 11th, 2010)

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My Summer Story, a review by KinkyCyborg

Title:My Summer Story
Year: 1994
Director: Bob Clark
Rating: PG
Length: 85 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English

Charles Grodin
Kieran Culkin
Mary Steenburgen
Christian Culkin
Al Mancini

Charles Grodin (Beethoven), Kieran Culkin (Father of the Bride), and Mary Steenburgen (Elf) star in this delightful sequel to A Christmas Story. For 10-year-old Ralphie Parker (Culkin, it would be a summer filled with adventure. Whether conducting a quest for the ultimate in spinning tops, watching his mother (Steenburgen) lead the gravy boat rebellion at the Orpheum Theater, or aiding the Old Man (Grodin) in his one-man war against their hillbilly neighbors, this was the summer Ralphie would always rememebr as the greatest of his life.

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My Thoughts:

Billed as the sequel to A Christmas Story, it is in fact directed by Bob Clark but I must question his sanity for putting out this movie as all it accomplishes is tarnish a classic.

The characters all are back... Ralphie Parker, The Old Man, brother Randy... but with different actors that hold nothing to the original cast. I didn't find this even remotely funny. Charles Grodin, whom I've always admired as an actor, is quite annoying as The Old Man with more grunting and wailing than actual dialogue. Mary Steenburgen, always graceful and pretty, shames herself with this role as a complete ditz.

I'd rather go blind than watch this again.  :thumbdown:



(From KinkyCyborg's Random Reviews 2010 on August 1st, 2010)

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Tom's Random Reviews, a review by Tom

Title: Cheers: Season Eleven
Year: 1992
Director: James Burrows
Rating: NR
Length: 648 Min.
Video: Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital Stereo

Ted Danson as Sam Malone
Kirstie Alley as Rebecca Howe
Rhea Perlman as Carla Tortelli
John Ratzenberger as Cliff Clavin
Woody Harrelson as Woody Boyd
Kelsey Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane
George Wendt as Norm Peterson

My Thoughts:

Cheers is one of the comedy series I always enjoyed. In the mid-90s, this series was first shown on German television (not counting the airing of the first 13 episodes in the 80s with different dub on public television) in the "great" time slot some time after midnight. I always made sure to tape the show to watch it the next day.
My favorite characters are Norm and Cliff. The most annoying character is Rebecca (Kirstie Alley).
Highlight in this final season for me is the last Bar Wars episode, where Gary (Cheers' nemesis) is tricked to demolish his pub. And of course the final episode.

01The Little Match Girl
02The Beer Is Always Greener
03King Of Beers
04The Magnificent Six
05Do Not Forsake Me, 'O My Postman
06Teaching With The Enemy
07The Girl In The Plastic Bubble
08Ill-Gotten Gaines
09Feelings... Whoa, Whoa, Whoa
10Daddy's Little Middle Aged Girl
11Love Me, Love My Car
12Sunday Dinner
13Norm's Big Audit
14It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Bar
15Loathe And Marriage
16Is There A Doctor In The Howe?
17The Bar Manager, The Shrink, His Wife & Her Lover
18The Last Picture Show
19Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey
20Look Before You Sleep
21Woody Gets An Election
22It's Lonely On The Top
23Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses (Parts 1 & 2)
24The Guy Can't Help It
25One For The Road (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

(From Tom's Random Reviews on July 4th, 2009)