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By Claudia Puig, USA TODAY
When the computer-animated space adventure Planet 51 resorts to silly bathroom humor just 15 minutes after the opening credits, we know we're in for a sorry experience.
The idea had promise: The story is set on a distant planet populated by conventional-thinking beings that act a lot like Americans in the late '50s. They may be the color of split-pea soup and sport antennae, but philosophically, they're a lot like the folks in Leave It to Beaver.
While the Cold War era, with its rampant paranoia, was an ideal setting for "B" movies about alien invasions, this insipid and disjointed comedy features an odd mashup of disparate time periods. The music of the '50s exists alongside the hippie ethos of the '60s, and their hovering spacecrafts borrow liberally from Woodies to classic Cadillacs to VW vans with psychedelic insignias.
References to Star Wars, E.T. and Alien might resonate with some of the young audience. 2001: A Space Odyssey allusions could go right over their heads. But whose idea was it to include a Singin' in the Rain homage?
Into this world crash-lands Capt. Chuck Baker (Dwayne Johnson) a carrot-topped astronaut who is an insult to everyone who ever ventured to outer space, including the chimps. He's a cross between Beauty and the Beast's lame-brained Gaston and The Mary Tyler Moore Show's smarmy Ted Baxter. He's eager to get back to Earth for the Kids' Choice Awards so he can get slimed. Of course, this is a bald bid for youthful laughs, but it's not very funny. Chuck brags about having "the right stuff" and is jealous of John Glenn. Why the filmmakers chose to make an ostensibly brave explorer such a moronic doofus is mystifying.
Chuck turns to Lem (Justin Long) to help him return to Earth. Strangely, neither the astronaut nor Lem, an astronomy buff, shows any interest or curiosity in each other's worlds. The planet's armed forces come out in full force. Forced mayhem and uninteresting frenzy ensues.
Joe Stillman, who wrote the witty and endearing Shrek and Shrek 2, is credited as co-writer. Perhaps others got in and mucked about with the screenplay. This has the directionless, recycled feel of a script by committee.
Jung-ho (Kim Yoon-seok) is an antihero who gives a bad first impression. He's a former cop who got fired for bribery, and now runs a so-called door-to-door masseuse service, which is really a sordid call girl business.
Jung-ho is in a sour mood as one call girl vanishes after another. When Mi-jin (Seo Yeong-hee) disappears he notices that they've gone missing after getting a call from the same client, or cell phone number.
He suspects human trafficking and sets out to catch the culprit, grumbling how much money he had paid for the girls. "4885 ― that's you, right? If I catch you, you're dead", he says. Jung-ho does track him down, but it's far from heroic. He accidentally crashes into the guy while driving recklessly.
"I didn't traffic them I killed them. But that woman (Mi-jin) is probably alive", killer Ji Myeong-min (Ha Jeong-woo) "casually" mentions to the police. What's more, he can't seem to remember the exact number of his victims ― was it 10 or 12?
The police have hit the jackpot, as Myeong-min claims to be responsible for a bunch of unsolved serial murders. They try to put a case together in a desperate attempt to save face after a notorious incident that had literally dung-slapped the Seoul mayor.
While the cops are busy poking around in all the wrong places to retrieve evidence, Jung-ho, convinced that Mi-jin is still alive, embarks on his own investigation. It's because she is a valuable asset for business, not a sense of social responsibility.
But corrupt politics among the police and prosecutors, media play and other mishaps set the killer free. A breathtaking chase ensues.
Kim Yoon-seok (김윤석)
Ha Jeong-woo (하정우)
Seo Yeong-hee (서영희)
Release date in South Korea : 2008/02/14
Source : koreatimes.co.kr
Release Date: 2 October 2009
Genre: Comedy | Horror
Cast: Bill Murray, Abigail Breslin, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone
Director: Ruben Fleischer
Writers: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick
Studio: Sony Pictures
After America is ravaged by a zombie plague, a lone band of survivors fights the living dead while they cross the nation from coast to coast. They stop in an amusement park, where they believe they will be safe.
9.5/10 Honestly, Zombieland is probobly one of the funniest films of the year. It starts off with a bang and doesn't let you stop for breath until it's over, and believe us, you'll need air with the amount of laughing you'll be doing. The cast pulls off the story perfectly, and the effects are well done without being too invasive. If you love a good Zombie comedy/adventure, then you'll understand why Zombieland may just have taken the crown from Shawn of the Dead.
The brand new Twilight New Moon movie trailer courtesy of Summit Entertainment. The Twilight Saga: New Moon will be in theaters November 20, 2009.
In THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON, Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) is devastated by the abrupt departure of her vampire love, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) but her spirit is rekindled by her growing friendship with the irresistible Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner). Suddenly she finds herself drawn into the world of the werewolves, ancestral enemies of the vampires, and finds her loyalties tested.