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Dancing Queen 2012 123movies

Dancing Queen 2012 123movies

Jan. 18, 2012124 Min.
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7 1 vote

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The story of Uhm Jung-hwa, who shares the name of the actress who plays her. In the film, Uhm is a girl who dreamed about becoming a singer when she was young but had to put her dream aside when she married Hwang Jung-min, who also uses his real name. Although Hwang is a lawyer, he is always worrying about paying the rent. One day, Hwang rescues a drunk man who falls off of a subway platform and becomes an instant hero. His heroic act even pushes him into the political arena and he decides to run for Seoul mayor. Things go along just fine until Uhm receives a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in the form of a proposal from an entertainment agency and she is forced to choose between her dream and his. It’s not long before she realizes that she can’t give up her dream and she decides to pursue both.
Plot: The next mayor of Seoul candidate’s wife becomes a dance singer in this movie as Hwang Jeong-min takes on the role of poor lawyer turned politician and Uhm Jung-hwa as the wife who makes an attempt at singing without her husband knowing at first.
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Dancing Queen 2012 123movies 1 Dancing Queen 2012 123movies 26.4/10 Votes: 458
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Dancing Queen 2012 123movies 7 Dancing Queen 2012 123movies 26.3 Votes: 16 Popularity: 2.241

Reviews:

An enjoyable enough comedic piece of melodramatic trash!
Dancing Queen is a South Korean comedy/melodrama/romance that revolves around a middle aged married couple chasing their past individual dreams while trying not to drift apart from one another.

SPOILERS AHEAD!

Here’s your story: Boy meets girl, they grow up, fall in love, get married, and have kids. Then, flash forward to their mid life doldrums. This all literally happens in a span of 10 minutes of movie run time.

Hubby and wife each now go through their daily routines, and though they love each other, they each long to recapture their youth and past glory before “being married with kids” got in the way. They each maintain their secret & separate lives as well; not in an unfaithful marital way, but she still loves to sing and dance it up with her old party friends, and he likes to hang out with his old drinking buds and talk about guy stuff.

Life for the married couple is going “OK enough”, but it’s somewhat unfulfilling for the both of them. His once promising and ambitious career path is now little more than an unprofitable civil rights law practice that is going nowhere, and she is simply tired of being a homemaker. Soon enough though, they are each presented an opportunity to realize their past dreams, and they each take full advantage to seize them. He starts off on a budding & whirlwind political career that soon has him running for mayor of the biggest city in the country. She secretly tries out for a Korean idol song/dance competition, and inadvertently ends up being the front woman for an older K-Pop girl/woman idol group.

Soon enough, hubby finds out what wife is doing and it causes considerable embarrassment to his political career. Each wants the other to support their newfound success, but neither will budge, and they’re soon in a stalemate that appears to be the final straw in a relationship headed for divorce. Follow along from there to see if the couple will call it quits, or perhaps find common ground and fall in love again.

It’s a pretty straight forward plot, but it works pretty well overall; primarily because it’s fairly well written and directed throughout, and it is pretty charming. But the two leads elevate this film beyond what it would have been otherwise. The male lead is played by Hwang Jung-min; he’s been in a ton of stuff over the years, and he’s a very polished and diverse actor. He really excels at playing the “everyman” regardless of what his role is, and he just gets more and more charismatic with each passing year. The lead actress is played by Eom Jeong-hwa; she actually used to be a very popular early K-Pop star, but gave that career up as she got older to concentrate on acting. I’ve seen her in a several films over the years and she’s always been solid, and this is a role she is perfectly suited for based on her background.

The rest of the cast is rounded out by a bunch of secondary characters that are all very effective in their limited in roles; wife’s parents, girl band members, politicians, talent scout, husband’s former clients, and the adorable young daughter of the two leads (who practically steals the entire movie with her sarcastic wit and personality, and she perfectly reflects what you would expect as the offspring of the two leads).

The film is approx 2 hours in length, but it zips along at a nice clip for the bulk of its run time, and there are only a few scenes that break the momentum. It’s often highly amusing throughout, until we get to the eventual big finish where everything is resolved one way or another. And, when all is said and done, you’re left with a light hearted & silver tongued middle aged rom-com with a sappy melodramatic ending.

Bottom line: I really liked it, and I’ll give it 7 out of 10 stars. It’s certainly not great or ground breaking in any way, but I did enjoy it for the most part, and don’t regret watching it. My GF (who is Korean and in the target age group) could not stop laughing throughout, until she started crying uncontrollably when the screws were turned. I wrote this whole review and she’s still going through the tissues. Uh Oh; she’s giving me the “evil eye”. Gotta Go!

Review By: cremea Rating: 7 Date: 2012-07-10
It will dance its way into your heart…
Needless to say that with my admiration for the Asian cinema, and with a high regards for the South Korean cinema, that I jumped at the chance to sit down and watch the 2012 movie “Dancing Queen” (aka “Daensing kwin”) when I was given the chance in mid-2019.

This movie, from director and writer Seok-hoon Lee, may seem a bit stereotypical in terms of being a romantic comedy at times, but the movie does actually manage to differentiate itself from the countless of generic romantic comedies available in the South Korean cinema.

While the movie runs at just about two hours, it does have a good story to tell, and there is a good amount of heart and soul put into the movie. The storyline is entertaining and it is well-written, which adds so many layers to the movie. However, running at two hours was just a bit too long. The movie felt a bit too long, and it was a test of endurance at a point. If the director had opted to trim the movie down to the usual hour and a half, it would have been much smoother sailings, and perhaps even a point higher in its rating from me.

The two lead performers really carried the movie quite well, both individually, but also together on the screen, as there was a good chemistry between them. And they were both quite good in portraying their individual characters. All in all, the character gallery in “Dancing Queen” was quite good, and they had lots of nice acting talents to perform the various roles and characters.

“Dancing Queen” is well worth taking the time to sit down and watch. Just prepare yourself for a movie running at about two hours. I didn’t know that, so it was, at times throughout the movie, a bit prolonged. But overly an enjoyable and entertaining movie, for sure.

Review By: paul_haakonsen Rating: 6 Date: 2019-07-22

Other Information:

Original Title 댄싱퀸
Release Date 2012-01-18
Release Year 2012

Original Language ko
Runtime 2 hr 4 min (124 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Comedy, Drama, Family
Director Seok-hoon Lee
Writer Seok-hoon Lee
Actors Ma Dong-seok, Sung-Wook Eo, Jung-min Hwang
Country South Korea
Awards 1 win & 8 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red One MX, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Redcode RAW (4.5K) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic), D-Cinema

Dancing Queen 2012 123movies
Dancing Queen 2012 123movies
Original title 댄싱퀸
TMDb Rating 6.3 16 votes

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