Park Sung-woong (left), Ra Mi-ran (centre) and Jung Jin-young in The Dude in Me (category IIB; Korean), directed by Kang Hyo-jin.

The Dude in Me film review: Jung Jin-young, Park Sung-woong in entertaining body-swap comedy

  • Stuffed with action, romance, humour and heart, The Dude in Me is not your run-of-the-mill body-swap comedy
  • It features B1A4 K-pop star Jung Jin-young as three separate characters
Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films

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Park Sung-woong (left), Ra Mi-ran (centre) and Jung Jin-young in The Dude in Me (category IIB; Korean), directed by Kang Hyo-jin.
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Gerard Butler in Angel Has Fallen (category IIB), directed by Ric Roman Waugh and also starring Morgan Freeman. Image: Simon Varsano/Lionsgate

Angel Has Fallen film review: Gerard Butler is back as tables turn in series’ third instalment

  • After Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen, Gerard Butler’s world-weary secret service agent returns to foil another villainous plot
  • Director Ric Roman Waugh fully understands what his target audience wants, and they are unlikely to be disappointed
Topic |   American films

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Gerard Butler in Angel Has Fallen (category IIB), directed by Ric Roman Waugh and also starring Morgan Freeman. Image: Simon Varsano/Lionsgate
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