Archive for December, 2008

Your Class Or Mine

December 19, 2008

  • Judul : Jian Zi Gong Lue
  • Judul Alias : Your Class or Mine
  • Genre: School, sports, comedy
  • Episodes: 20 (5 DVD)
  • Broadcast network: TVB
  • Tahun : 2008
  • Theme song: by Bobby Au Yeung, HotCha, Renee Dai, and Percy Fan
  • Pemain : Bobby Au Yeung (Pang Kam Tsau), Sheren Tang (Yim Ga Lai),
  • Benz Hui (Faan Daai Wai), Derek Kwok (Ching Kwok Chue), Mimi Lo (Go Nga Yin)

Synopsis :

Pang Kam Tsau meminta Yim Ga Lai untuk melatih beberapa pemain mudah dari tim sepak bola kota, mencoba supaya mereka sukses dalam pendidikan dan juga sukses dalam sepak bola.

Banyak masalah yang muncul selama itu dan menyebabkan kekacauan bagi mereka berdua dalam mengajar, termasuk masalah keluarga dan percintaan.

Legendary Fighter – Yang’s Heroine

December 16, 2008

  • Judul : Legendary Fighter – Yang’s Heroine
  • Genre: Silat
  • Episodes: 40 (8 DVD)
  • Broadcast network: TTV (co-production)
  • Tahun : 2001
  • Ending theme song: Chun Zhen by Mayday
  • Pemain : Roger Kwok (Yang Si Lang), Carmen Lee (Yang Ba Mei),
  • Cheng Pei Pei (She Tai Jun), Theresa Lee (Yang Pei Feng)

Synopsis :

Para pria dalam keluarga Yang telah mati bagi negaranya. Sekarang, giliran para wanita dalam keluarga Yang mengemban tugas untuk mempertahankan negara.

Jiang Hu Ye Yu Shi Nian Deng

December 15, 2008

  • Judul : Jiang Hu Ye Yu Shi Nian Deng
  • Genre: Period drama, silat, mystery, detective
  • Episodes: 42 (8 DVD)
  • Broadcast network: CTS
  • Tahun : 1982
  • Pemain : Weng Jia Ming, Amy Chan, Kenny Ho

Synopsis :

Belum nonton nih… dan ngga nemu synopsis nya di internet.

New Judge Bao

December 15, 2008

  • Judul : Bao Qing Tian
  • Judul Alias : Justice Bao/ Judge Bao Part 1/ New Judge Bao
  • Genre: Period drama, silat, mystery, detective
  • Episodes: 35 (6 DVD) Harusnya total ada 236 epi tapi di bagi jadi 3 part…
  • Broadcast network: CTS
  • Tahun : 1993-Feb-03 to 1994-Jan-18
  • Opening theme song: Bao Qing Tian by Hu Gua
  • Ending theme song: Xin Yuan Yang Hu Die Meng by Huang An
  • Pemain : Jin Chao Qun (Bao Qing Tian), Fan Hong Xuan (Gongsun Ce),
  • Kenny Ho (Zhan Zhao), Gao Nian Guo (Wang Zhao)

Synopsis :

Dengan simpatik dan penyelidikan yang teliti, hakim Bao menyelesaikan semua permasalahan dan menghukum yang jahat.

Pada part 1. ini mengisahkan 3 cerita yaitu : Da Long Pao, Bai Long Ju dan Tong Pan Jie

The Tale of the Romantic Swordsman

December 15, 2008


  • Judul : Shu Jian Qing Xia Liu San Bian
  • Judul Alias : The Tale of the Romantic Swordsman
  • Genre: Silat, romance
  • Episodes: 41 (7 DVD)
  • Broadcast year: 2004
  • Opening theme song: Xin Wang Hai Chao by Su Dan and Jimmy Lin
  • Ending theme song: Xin Yu Lin Ling by Jimmy Lin
  • Insert songs: Wang Hai Chao by Zhang Jiang and Zhang Li Hua,
  • Yu Lin Ling by Yin Jian
  • Pemain : Jimmy Lin (Liu San Bian), He Mei Tian (Chong Chong), Hu Ke (Chu Chu)

Synopsis :

Liu San Bian lebih suka membuat puisi dari pada berkelahi. Dia dapat mengarang sebuah puisi dalam sekejap. Karena kemampuannya itu, 3 orang gadis jatuh cinta padanya dan pada puisinya.

Gadis yang pertama bertemu karena di selamatkan oleh Liu San Bian dan dia bersumpah jika ada seorang pria yang menyelamatkan dirinya 3x dalam setahun, maka dia akan menikahinya. Dan Liu San Bian menyelamatkan gadis itu 3x dalam waktu 1 tahun. Setelah pertama kali di selamatkan oleh Liu San Bian, dia mengetahui salah satu ciptaannya dan membuatnya jadi penasaran. Dan itu malah membuatnya jatuh cinta pada Liu San Bian.

Gadis yang ke-2 adalah seorang pelacur dari sebuah rumah bordil, tapi dia adalah yang istimewa di tempat itu.

Gadis yang ke-3 adalah seorang tuan putri dari sebuah kerajaan yang sedang mengalami pemberontakan. Mereka berdua jatuh cinta pada Liu San Bian karena puisinya. Ayahnya adalah tokoh politik yang penting, jadi ada isu politik yang terkait dengannya.

Serial ini menceritakan tentang cinta, perang dan politik, keadilan dan lebih banyak lagi. Gadis manakah yang akan menjadi pilihan Liu San Bian? Tonton sendiri yaaa……

Rough Cut

December 15, 2008


Title : Rough Cut

Also known as: Yeonghwanun Yeonghwada / A Movie is a Movie

Release Date: 2008

Genre: Drama, Action

Starring: So Ji Sub, Kang Ji Hwan

Synopsis:

Gang-pae, #2 in his organization, is swamped with routine violence, and his dream of becoming an actor never went away. Star actor Soo-ta lives behind a veil, away from public eyes. Over time his behavior becomes increasingly agitated, provoked by paparazzi wanting a piece of him wherever he goes. This behavior puts him in a series of spiraling and uncontrollable situations. Now he begins shooting a new movie playing a gangster. Because of his bad temper, he beats up a fellow actor and forces the production to a halt. Feeling responsible, Soo-ta requests Gang-pae, whom he met by chance, to play alongside him in the movie in order to save the production. Gang-pae agrees with the condition that the violence portrayed in the movie has to be real and not fake acting violence. Soo-ta accepts the condition and they get ready for the real match.

Source http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr

Dachimawa Lee

December 15, 2008


Title : Dachimawa Lee

Release Date: 2008

Genre: Action, Spy

Starring: Won-hie Lim, Hyo-jin Kong, Si-hyeon Park, Bo-ra Hwang, Seung-beom Ryoo

Synopsis:

Under Japanese imperialism, Korean national treasure Golden Buddha is stolen. More important to national security, the statue contains vital information concerning Korean freedom fi ghters and their whereabouts as well as their true identities. Once in Japanese hands, the list could do insurmountable damage to not only the country but to the safety of its citizens.

The interim Korean government appoints legendary Korean spy Agent Dachimawa Lee to recover the fabled statue and reveal the dark plot behind the theft. To make matter worse, Agent Lee’s partner and lover was killed during a reconnaissance mission inside the enemy territory.

With an assortment of wacky gadgets and martial arts moves, Dachimawa Lee and his sexy new partner Mari attempt recovery operation in Manchurian compound but fails miserably, loosing not only the statue, but Mari’s life and Agent Lee’s memory. He is rescued by a peculiar girl living alone in the desert who helps him recover his memory and train with a new weapon.

Having defeated the Chinese and his companion Border Lynx, he discovers that the failure was an inside job and fueled by rage of revenge, he must face off with the shadowy fi gure behind the plot on the snowy fi eld of Switzerland where the statue is believed to be hidden.

The Women

December 15, 2008


Title : The Women
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Adaptation and Remake
Release Date: September 12th, 2008 (wide)
Distributors: Picturehouse, New Line Cinema
U.S. Box Office: $26,896,744
Starring: Meg Ryan, Annette Bening, Eva Mendes, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett-Smith
Directed by: Diane English

Synopsis :

The central character is clothing designer Mary Haines, who lives in a beautiful country home with her wealthy financier husband and their 11-year-old daughter Molly. Her best friend Sylvie Fowler is the editor of a prominent fashion magazine, a woman who dictates the latest in taste and style for New York City fashionistas. When Mary’s husband becomes involved with Crystal Allen, a perfume salesgirl in Saks Fifth Avenue, her friendship with Sylvie is put to the test. Everyone in their close-knit circle of friends, including the ever-pregnant Edie Cohen and author Alex Fisher, begins to question their loyalty to each other and their romantic involvements.

Ghost Town

December 15, 2008


Title : Ghost Town
Genres: Comedy and Science Fiction/Fantasy
Distributors: DreamWorks, Paramount Pictures, United International Pictures (UIP)
U.S. Box Office: $13,214,030
Starring: Ricky Gervais, Greg Kinnear, Alan Ruck, Téa Leoni, Jeff Hiller
Directed by: David Koepp

Synopsis :

A misanthropic dentist, Bertram Pincus, (Ricky Gervais) gains the ability to communicate with ghosts after a near death experience in which he dies for approximately seven minutes during a colonoscopy and is then miraculously revived. Ghosts begin to pester him, particularly Frank Herlihy (Greg Kinnear) who wants him to break up the impending marriage of his widow Gwen (Téa Leoni). This proves rather hard, as Bertram has snubbed Gwen on many an occasion, including when he closes the elevator on her and gets her in trouble with the super. However, since he displays his dental expertise to her one day in the elevator, she recruits him to look at a mummy’s teeth, and Pincus redeems himself in Gwen’s eyes when he identifies the cause of the Pharaoh’s death. She invites him to dinner along with her fiancée Richard (Billy Campbell), whom Frank says is after her money but seems to Pincus like a nice man, as he is a human rights lawyer. Pincus gets to know Gwen more and finds himself falling in love with her. He mystifies her when, out for drinks one day, he knows information about Frank, and Gwen reveals to them both that she had found out Frank had been cheating on her. Pincus ends up inadvertently breaking off her engagement to Richard, information he got out of Richard by drugging him with laughing gas. After that, Pincus vows never to interfere in her life again.

Frank doesn’t understand why he is still on earth if he was supposed to break up Richard and Gwen. Gwen, not being engaged to Richard any longer, says yes to a proposal that would send her to the Valley of Kings for six months. As a going away present, Pincus gets her a new key chain, which she had before mentioned she desperately needed. But when he mistakenly reveals more information about Frank only Gwen knows, she demands the truth, and Pincus tells her the whole story with ghosts. Gwen doesn’t believe him and demands to know what Frank’s worst nightmare was. Frank tells Pincus a fake nightmare, and Gwen, thinking Pincus is toying with her, walks away. Frank tells Pincus he doesn’t want Gwen to be with another selfish person.

Back at the office, Pincus asks a fellow dentist (Aasif Mandvi) for medication that will help him forget Gwen. Pincus decides that he will help the ghosts. He helps almost all of them, and finds out that one of the ghosts is an especially annoying patient’s deceased husband.

While helping these ghosts, Pincus discovers that the reason why Frank can’t leave is that Gwen hasn’t let go of him. He rushes to the exhibition at the Met, only for Gwen to blow him off. She asks him to ask Frank why she wasn’t enough for him, and Frank says he’s sorry, which Pincus tells Gwen. Gwen is incredulous that after his infidelity, all Frank would have to say was ‘sorry’ and thinks that Pincus is making it all up. He rushes after her and while trying to persuade her to believe him, gets hit by a bus. Pincus, now a ghost, watches with Frank. Gwen is crying over Pincus, then Richard comes and tries to revive him. Seeing how distraught Gwen is, Frank gives him ‘some advice’ in case he is resuscitated. After talking to Pincus, Frank is then finally allowed to leave.

Pincus wakes up alive in the hospital. He recovers and goes back to work and meets Gwen, who needs dental work. Pincus tells Gwen the real nightmare, which was advice Frank told him, and then assures her ‘he found his way home.’ The movie ends with Gwen saying ‘it hurts when I smile,’ to which Pincus replies ‘I can fix that.’

Hamlet 2

December 15, 2008


Title : Hamlet 2
Genres: Comedy
Distributors: Focus Features
U.S. Box Office: $4,881,867
Starring: Skylar Astin, Steve Coogan, Natalie Amenula, Elisabeth Shue, Catherine Keener
Directed by: Andrew Fleming

Synopsis :

After an opening recapping the highlights of Dana Marschz’s unsuccessful acting career (undignified television commercials and a bit acting part), the film joins him “where dreams go to die”: Tucson, Arizona. He is an even more unsuccessful suburban high school drama teacher, with only two (enthusiastic) students and a history of producing school plays that are merely stage adaptations of Hollywood films (his latest being Erin Brockovich). When the new term begins, a bunch of inner city kids are forced to transfer classes, due to destruction of a building in the school, and take his class, as it is the only remaining arts elective available. He gets off to a rocky start with the new students, and is floored when the school notifies him that the drama program – a worthless waste of money in the administration’s judgment – is to be shut down at the end of the term. Unintentionally inspired by the school paper’s ruthless pre-adolescent drama critic, Dana undertakes to write and produce an original play: a sequel to Hamlet featuring a time-traveling title character, and a song-and-dance number featuring the Son of God, called “Rock Me Sexy Jesus”. He begins to win the cooperation of his students, but is further traumatized when his wife leaves him for the uninteresting – but fertile – boarder they had taken into their home to supplement their modest income. The students rally to finish the play, especially after the school shuts down the production over its controversial content, staging it in an abandoned warehouse and rave spot, amid a media frenzy.