Na-eui sa-lang na-eui sin-boo (2014)

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Na-eui sa-lang na-eui sin-boo (2014). 1h 51m

“For a romantic comedy then u0026quot;My Love, My Brideu0026quot; (aka u0026quot;Na-eui sa-lang na-eui sin-boou0026quot;) was like a cup of tea brewed on leaves with no more flavor. This movie was incredibly slow paced and nothing the least bit interesting ever happened, causing interest to dwindle away at an alarming pace.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe story is about a married couple stuck in a marital runt, where the husband takes his wife for granted and is seeking excitement elsewhere. Whereas the wife just wants some attention.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI am sure that the idea itself was good, but director Chan-sang Lim just failed miserably at making an interesting movie. Not only was the lack of speed, process and things happening an anchor dragging down the movie, but so was the completely and totally monotone characters. And the fact that all actors and actresses seemed like they would rather be elsewhere and doing something else entirely didnu0026#39;t really promote the movie either.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eRuninng at almost two hours, one might consider this movie a mild form of torture, because it surely wasnu0026#39;t entertainment. I managed to suffer through about 45 minutes before tossing the towel in the ring and giving up.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI am giving u0026quot;My Love, My Brideu0026quot; two stars merely for the production value, everything else was just a ship sinking fast and with no means of a rescue.”


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