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(183) 9.1 2018

Twiceland is a movie starring Na-yeon Im, Mina Sharon Myoui, and Momo Hirai. The girl group Twice's big-screen film is the movie version of their world tour 'Twiceland Zone 2: Fantasy Park'.

Starring
Chae-Young Son, Mina Sharon Myoui, Na-yeon Im, Momo Hirai
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Jin-young Park

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Music
Director Jin-young Park
Stars Chae-Young Son, Mina Sharon Myoui, Na-yeon Im, Momo Hirai
Country South Korea
Description The girl group Twice's big-screen film is the movie version of their world tour 'Twiceland Zone 2: Fantasy Park'.

Top reviews

Monday, 21 Sep 2020 13:38

The very premise of this movie is interesting. The first twenty minutes are very powerful. A young boy takes his father's piano, and puts it into the body of an old man. The father dies, and the piano falls into the river. The son, or rather the piano, is put in a coffin, and the body is burned, and thrown into the river. The son finds the piano in the river, and plays it for his family, and his family rejoices. The rest of the movie is a series of archival interviews with various people who played the piano in that particular family, and also a documentary about that family. The interviews are very compelling, and the subject matter is very interesting. The documentary, however, is very poor. It is almost a documentary on the piano. The interviews are so superficial, and the nature of the family and the piano are such an over-simplified, completely false representation of reality. It is like watching a 'documentary' on a character in a fictional novel, and then seeing the entire novel and all its characters do nothing but talking about it. The first twenty minutes are very powerful, and I'm sure that many people will be interested in this documentary, and also in the piano. However, it is so poorly done that I felt very disappointed. I felt that the movie was being edited, rather than filmed. In fact, the first twenty minutes of the movie is the editing. The editing is so poor, and so distracting that I would be very interested in seeing it again, but it would probably be a lot harder to watch. It was almost like a documentary on a character in a fictional novel, and then seeing the entire novel and all its characters do nothing but talk about it. The editing of the documentary is just so poor that I would be very interested in seeing it again, but it would probably be a lot harder to watch. It is a very poor documentary, and it is a very poor movie.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 08:02

I liked this documentary better than the first one. It really shows how, from the start, Jamaica was exploited by the British, as the island became a place where it was safe to exploit the slaves. The colonial government and the people in power were just as much to blame as the slaves. I think that the documentary could have been better, especially with the introduction of the slaves. The old man in the shack had nothing to say, he just stared and sighed. I think that he was just there to show how bad the situation was. The introduction of the slaves was just too slow. I would have liked to see more footage of the slaves. They just disappeared for half the film. I felt that the ending was a bit rushed. It seemed to me that there was a lot of conflict and a lot of time was wasted. I think that the movie should have ended with the fight between the slaves and the colonial government. It would have made more sense. It was a bit too rushed. I also think that the footage of the slave auction was a little slow. I mean, there are always the previews for the movie, but the movie itself doesn't tell you what's going to happen. It just ends. I also didn't like the scenes where the plantation was built, it seemed a little too artificial. The place was very dirty and in some places it looked like it was a factory. The slaves were all very attractive, and I think that the only flaw of the film is that it doesn't show enough of the slave traders. I don't think that the film could have been better without the slaves. I think that it would have been more effective without them.


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