The Saddest Korean Movies Of All Time

By carrying original stories, touching hearts, and sometimes offering plot twists, Korean films have always been excellent for moviegoers who sometimes get tired of watching the same Hollywood movies again.

This is the saddest Korean film of all time.

One of the biggest commodities of Korean cinema is sad films that will drain tears. No need to be confused looking, BukaReview has selected the seven saddest Korean films of all time.

Sad Movie (2005)

As the name implies, this film will drain tears. This film consists of four stories. The first story tells of a firefighter who bought a ring for his girlfriend. The woman and the man are both waiting for the right moment to propose.

The second story is about a woman who tells her boyfriend that she needs a man who has a good job. In short, the man got a job. Her job is to help …

Alien Films: Covenant (2017)

this time I review the film Alien Covenant (2017). I just wrote this review generally from this film because I didn’t follow the Alien film series, and this calm was spoiler free. The main character of this story, Walter (Michael Fassbender), which is the reason I watched this film 😀 joking, eh half serious, aside from the actors, the trailer is also quite intriguing.

Alien: Covenant recounts the journey of the Covenant crew to a new planet for colonization. Along the way the captain changed the destination of the original planet, which is still 7 light-years away, to a mysterious planet that is only a few weeks away because they caught the mysterious transmission. And there, surprise surprise, the alien who is the selling point of this film appears. Because this is spoiler free, the story outline is there.

Since the opening film, the atmosphere has been tense with …

Simplify Your Arts And Crafts Projects And Possibilities

Arts and crafts is a pursuit that can be fun for anyone

There are endless possibilities of crafts to explore that the opportunities to find something you can make. This article will offer you with some things which can help you with your next arts and crafts more enjoyable for you.

If you do craft projects that are messy, put down newspapers to stave off damage. When you are done, recycle the newspaper.

Don’t pressure kids too much when doing projects in arts and crafts. The main purpose of getting them involved is to let them express their creativity. They won’t if you’re constantly telling them they are doing something wrong.

If reasonably priced arts and crafts pieces elude you, check out thrift stores. Goodwill and similar stores often have all types of stuff that crafty individuals can use. Check in frequently as items are sold quickly.

Beadaholique is great …

First movie role in the 1938 Warner Bros

Huppert has twice won best actress on the Cannes Film Festival, and was made an officer of France’s highest award, Legion d’Honneur.


He was solid in his first movie role in the 1938 Warner Bros. film Four Daughters, which was nominated for Best Picture. Garfield’s efficiency was extensively praised, and he obtained a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. I don’t hear pretty much as good as I used to, and I ain’t as pretty as I was. But I’m still here – I’m the Ram. The market grew round 4 p.c last 12 months, down sharply from nearly 50 p.c in 2015, in keeping with field office tracker EntGroup.

Born in 1913 to a very poor Jewish household in New York City, John Garfield discovered his way out of the imply streets” by way of performing. He made his Broadway debut in 1932 and had …

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Official Teaser Trailer

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Official Teaser Trailer

A new “transformation” has awakened as Paramount Pictures releases the official teaser trailer for the upcoming action blockbuster sequel Transformers: Rise of the Beast. View trailer below.

Returning to the action and spectacle that have captured moviegoers around the world, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts will take audiences on a ‘90s globetrotting adventure and introduce the Maximals, Predacons, and Terrorcons to the existing battle on earth between Autobots and Decepticons.

I was wondering when the first trailer for this movie would appear. The Transformers movie franchise has certainly had its ups and downs. The first one was great, but the second and third installments were definitely “meh” for me, while the fourth entry showed promise in a few areas, the fifth one was forgetful. That being said, Bumblebee was quite a surprise that I actually liked it yet played with the

The Super Mario Bros. Movie Official Trailer

Nintendo’s famous mascot prepares for an animated adventure as Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment present the official trailer The Super Mario Bros. Movie. View trailer below.

Directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic (collaborators on Teen Titans Go!, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies) from a screenplay by Matthew Fogel (The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, Illuminations’s Minions: The Rise of Gru), the film stars Chris Pratt as Mario, Anya Taylor-Joy as Princess Peach, Charlie Day as Luigi, Jack Black as Bowser, Keegan-Michael Key as Toad, Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong, Fred Armisen as Cranky Kong, Kevin Michael Richardson as Kamek and Sebastian Maniscalco as Spike.

Oh wow…. I was wondering when a new trailer for this movie was going to be released, but not this earlier so shortly after the release of the teaser trailer. That being said, I do welcome this new preview of the upcoming

Fall (2022) Review | Jason’s Movie Blog




Survival movies have been around for quite some time and have had mixed results with viewers. Tales of death-defying moments of surviving the unbridled wrath of natural elements, surreal circumstances, and unlucky situations have always been fixed point of fascination with storytelling, leading to one suspense after another and finding thrills within those “fight for flight” moments. Yet, sometimes these films struggle to find a proper balance within its own context, with an unbalanced presentation of trying to focus more on the actual survival sequences (scares, suspense, and thrills) and not much on its characters and story progression. Sometimes narrative can be well-founded within true life events (i.e., based on a true story), while other times some survival accounts were created from fiction. Such prime examples of lates includes 2015’s The Martian, 2015’s Everest, 2016’s The Revenant, 2017’s 47

Prey for the Devil (2022) Review



A battle for a person’s soul in the endless war between God and the Devil. Tales of exorcisms and demonic possessions have always been a fascinated points of scary interest amongst individuals. The idea of believing that particular individual being possessed by an unholy spirit and seeing a priest (or other religious authority figure) summoning the strength and courage to banish the being from the conjugate physical form has been the stuff of nightmares. And yet, this particular practice of holy rites has been accounted many times throughout the ages. Accounts of such individuals under the influence of possession have varied, yet all speak of a malevolent force behind such acts, with the Prince of Darkness (Satan) feeding such demonic presence within a person. Of course, such tales have become an interest in cinematic representation, with Hollywood finding an interesting in showcasing possession and the

Disenchanted (2022) Review | Jason’s Movie Blog




In 2007, Walt Disney Studios released Enchanted, a fantasy musical comedy, that seemed to riff on the fairy tale-esque and signature ideas that Disney had employed in their animated classics. Directed by Kevin Lima, the film, which starred Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, and Susan Sarandon, follows a young girl named Giselle, an animated fairy tale princess from the magical world of Andalasia, who gets exiled into the live-action world of New York City and befriends one Robert Phillip, who shows the new world and falls in love with. Enchanted went on to be critically praised for its overall execution widely and critically, with many giving praises to the film’s direction, parody-esque outlook on fairy tale cliches (most from Disney themselves), the visual presentation, the music / songs, and the cast, especially in Adams’s performance, which established her as leading