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Sometimes drama/comedies don't work (some spoilers)
I liked this movie the first time it came out, when it was called "Three Men and a Baby". Well, actually, this movie wasn't too bad. It had an interesting plot, but a couple of really cheezy spots and inconsistencies spoiled the mood.
I realise this was probably meant to be a comedy, and I enjoyed that aspect of the film. However, the action sequences were often unbelievable.
On the comic scale, I would rate this movie a 7~8, but the overall quality has to bring it down to a 5. It's worth watching for a few laughs, and I didn't go in expecting it to be "serious", but like I said, a few things turned me off. Maybe I don't completely understand Korean movies (I have seen others), but I would say if you're new to Korean films, don't make this your first.
The best Star Trek series of the 20th century
This reincarnation of "Star Trek" is far superior to that of any other series in the Trek franchise, with the possible exception of the new "Enterprise" series. The original series left much to be desired in many aspects, and "Star Trek: The Next Generation" sufficiently put Trek back on television with creativity and superb style.
The two series to follow TNG, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and "Star Trek: Voyager", both seemed to lack some qualities of the idea of Star Trek. DS9 and Voyager were intriguing ideas for shows, and they were mostly successful, but there were so many episodes that just left you wondering, "Who the heck wrote that garbage?" I rarely thought that during TNG, except during the first season perhaps.
I believe that TNG will remain the favourite among many Trekkers for quite some time.