There’s a drought of new movies this week so there is no top pick. There’s just one Korean crime movie you may or may not want to catch up with. It’s INSIDE MEN in which a former political henchman seeks out revenge for being dropped by a ruthless politician while a determined investigator tries to prove a connection between them. I don’t know anything about this one, but Wikipedia reports that, On its first four days at the South Korean box office, the film grossed ₩13.2 billion. Inside Men drew more than 2 million viewers in just six days, a record for an R-rated film; it has also set the record for the most-viewed R-rated movie in a single day — 489,503 viewers. I’ll leave it to you to decide whether to see it or not.

In the mean time, if you haven’t seen it yet, check out IN THE HEART OF THE SEA. It’s on at cinemas right now. I have previously reviewed this one so click here to see it.

That’s it for this week. See you at the movies!

*NOTE* Movie summaries are adaptations of movie summary on IMDB. Opinions are mine unless credited. These updates are written from an Australian perspective so openings of the movies in cinemas may vary in other parts of the world.