Sunny (2011)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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Seven girls become good friends in high school, then events pull them apart for 25 years. When one of the friends lies dying in a hospital, she wishes to see each of them one last time.




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22 April 2013 | dragonofdojima
| I don't get it...
I really shouldn't have liked this movie as much as I did. It's about Korean school girls and their growing up to be women. It's about as foreign to me as you can get.

Yet this, like a lot of other Korean and Japanese movies and TV shows I've been watching lately, is over the top in all the right places. The fight scenes are comical. The bullying in the schools is, I hope, exaggerated. Do Korean teachers really beat their kids up like that? I wish American teachers would do that.

Sunny was almost like the female version of this other Korean movie I saw recently, I believe it was called Brothers. Brothers had a more organized crime tilt; Sunny is more sentimental. Brothers was good; Sunny is great.

But, while I don't usually go for the sentimental flix, this one did it right somehow. It's the best chick flick I've seen in a long time. I'd say Koreans do the comedy/drama genre better than Hollywood ever has and Sunny proves it.

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