A Japanese-American director digs deep into the controversial 'comfort women' issue to settle the debate on whether the women were paid prostitutes or sex slaves, and reveals the ... See full summary »
Heroes Kim and Ron face the problems of starting high school as freshmen when their team gets an addition. Every hero needs a villain and one's just been sprung from prison. Will Kim save the world again or will high school bog her down?
Adam B. Stein
Ciara Riley Wilson
Fairly Good Paradoy/ Guilty Pleasure of a Classic Story
While I only got to see this movie in passing, I really liked it and I love the story it was trying to tell. Lots of colorful characters, some good paced jokes and an interesting take of the the "True Beauty Lies Within" mixed in with adult themes of asking what really matters in a person - external or internal beauty and if given the chance, would you fall into temptation for happiness. Granted I know other movies have tackled the same subject with better results, but it still is a fun concept to play around with and they do so in a way that doesn't detract from the fun characters that you follow. Sometimes the pop songs can get a bit much if you don't like them jumping randomly into it, and there are moments where the side characters do get grading at times, but all and all, a good flick for a feel good story.
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