#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Professor Kim, a marine geologist, recognizes the impending danger of a mega tsunami headed straight for Haeundae, a popular vacation spot on the south coast of Korea. He desperately attempts to warn authorities and alert the unknowing vacationers of the 500 MPH destructive force of nature headed their direction.
Plot: On Haeundae Beach, a guilt-ridden fisherman takes care of a woman whose father accidentally got killed. A scientist reunites with his ex-wife and a daughter who doesn’t even remember his face. And a poor rescue worker falls in love with a rich city girl. When they all find out a gigantic tsunami will hit the beach, they realize they only have 10 minutes to escape.
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Tsunami?…. the Korean title seems to refer to the event location
Wow… I’ve seen quite a few disaster movies, and this one was disastrous.
It began as a comedy and ended up a sorrowful one… Please set the mood right. The pacing of the movie was relatively even, and yes, the coming tsunami was… underwhelming.
The main actors are all pretty convincing, but the supporting ones are just that…. supporting ones. Their acting could only be called flaky, at best.
Let me get this out of my system. Japanese have one of the most advanced earthquake/tsunami early warning systems in the world. the Korean scientists made their Japanese counterparts sound like they were extremely I thought the ending was also too drawn out and long-winded. This movie would only be good when you are left with nothing better to watch.
Mostly a failure
Disaster movies have are part of a big tradition, and any number of them have been effective in their own ways. HAEUNDAI starts from the simple premise that an unstable range of undersea mountains may give way to a “meta-tsunami” – promising waves fifty feet high.
HAEUNDAI may have its own fanciful approach to geology, but the film divides into two sections: the first hour or so, and the rest. The first hour involves plodding, ineffectual set-up as we come to know the ensemble of characters. Consisting of drunkenness, yelling and screaming, and a hint of romance, this part of the movie would work if it were more integrated and carefully written. The remainder of the film is the disaster and its aftermath – which involves not one, but three tidal waves, each one bigger than the one before. In other words, HAEUNDAI begins by testing your patience, and delivers its disaster in a matter that’s not even remotely credible.
Hollywood’s THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW at least had a certain visual brilliance along with its effects and nonsensical setup. HAEUNDAI just has CGI waves and rampant melodrama. If not for the promise of disaster, I probably would have left early.
Original Language ko
Runtime 2 hr (120 min), 2 hr 9 min (129 min) (director’s cut), 1 hr 43 min (103 min) (international)
Genre Action, Drama
Director JK Youn
Writer JK Youn
Actors Ha Ji-Won, Park Myeong-hoon, Kim Yoo-Jeong, Lee Min-ki
Country South Korea
Awards 6 wins & 12 nominations.
Production Company CJ Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Sony CineAlta F23, Fujinon Lenses (HyperGamma 4)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format HDCAM
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), HDCAM SR (1080p/24) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)