Be With Me (2010) poster
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  • Română
  • English
  • País: South Korea
  • Tipo: Movie
  • Data de Lançamento: Jun 10, 2010
  • Duração: 1 hr. 48 min.
  • Pontuação: 7.0 (scored by 374 usuários)
  • Classificado: #9232
  • Popularidade: #7250
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Not Yet Rated

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  • Lee Tae Ri in Be With Me Korean Movie (2010)
    Lee Tae Ri
    Park Chul Min {Tarot 1. Ghost Boy}
    Papel Principal
  • Choi  Hye Kyung in Be With Me Korean Movie (2010)
    Choi Hye Kyung
    Han Seo Hee {Tarot 1. Ghost Boy}
    Papel Principal
  • Shin Ji Soo in Be With Me Korean Movie (2010)
    Shin Ji Soo
    Lee So Young {Tarot 2. Attached}
    Papel Principal
  • Kim Kkot Bi in Be With Me Korean Movie (2010)
    Kim Kkot Bi
    Kim Nam Hee {Tarot 2. Attached}
    Papel Principal
  • Han Ye Ri in Be With Me Korean Movie (2010)
    Han Ye Ri
    Kim Lan {Tarot 3. The Unseen}
    Papel Principal
  • Bae Soo Bin in Be With Me Korean Movie (2010)
    Bae Soo Bin
    {Tell Me Your Name}
    Papel Principal


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While I wouldn't say people need to run out and get this movie and watch it, I would definitely recommend it if you and friends/family were planning a horror movie night.

When it first started, not gonna lie, I didn't know it was 3 stories in 1. So when stuff started happening so suddenly, I was like "wow, this movie is either going to be full of horror non-stop, or it's going to be extremely boring because they're using all the good stuff upfront." - so you can imagine the look of confusion when the first one ended and the second one started. Lol I'm not mad at all, I just should have read more about the movie Lol But, I'm glad they did it this way. It's perfect from those horror movie marathons.

Tarot 1: The Unseen - Was actually pretty sad, honestly. But it had just enough of the suspense that it keeps you on edge wondering what is around each corner. I wasn't much of a fan of the characters though, they all seemed kinda toxic towards each other? I didn't feel much of a connection with them but I did feel bad for who the ghost was. I get stuff happens, but come on.... That... is so messed up and heartbreaking.

Tarot 2: Attached - This one wasn't scary at all. I actually cried because it broke my heart. As someone who has been through that twice, I know how scary that was for her. I wish I could hug her so bad, she didn't deserve that. She's the only one I felt sorry for. Everyone else can fuck off. Even her fake ass good for nothing friend. I want to say more so much but I really don't want to give to much away though I feel like I already have. I'm sorry.

Tarot 3: Ghost Boy - Yoooo!!! THIS ONE WAS MY FAVORITE!!! So again it wasn't all that scary but the story with this one just seemed sooo much more interesting and promising. I felt more connected with the characters in this one and I felt like it had more of a story to it without being confusing. This one, I would say is worth watching the whole movie for. The first two were okay but mostly just pulled at the heartstrings, this one was the golden egg for me. It's like they saved the best for last. Lol

So again, while this movie wasn't actually scary it was more along the lines of stories you tell at sleepovers in candlelight to get everyone creeped out. Lol Totally worth a view during horror marathons.

Also; if anyone ever wants to read your future and promises a once in a lifetime thing... run. Lol

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Only the last segment is worth watching!

Prologue "Tell Me Your Name"- Seo-Hee (Choi Hye Kyung), Nam-Hee (Kim Kkot Bi) and Kim Lan (Han Ye Ri) hold tarot cards and told to chant their names as a magical spell. Once their names are spoken, special events unfold.

NOTE: Whoever wrote the profile on AsianWiki got the order and names of the segments wrong! I am using what is used by the majority of sites for this movie...

Only a prayer and good writing could have saved this movie!

Tarot 1 [6:00] "The Hand that Calls"- Lan (Han Ye-Ri) and two of her best friends are ordered by their seniors to get into an abandoned school building. Lan steps into a classroom in the abandoned building where a kid died without anyone knowing. The dead may not want to be alone and she can't leave the basement.

First, almost nothing in this segment is scary: the students go into the old school during the day; there is electricity in the old school building; th girls seem to die from falling a whole 3-4 feet (fortunately, none of the girls belong to any school sports teams, or they weould be off with injuries always!); no one seems to be worried when any girl disappears; and the shyest girl turns out to be the ghost!

Tarot 2 [37:05] " Stay With Me"- So-Young (Shin Ji-Su) is popular among her peers and the teachers. When So-Young learns that her best friend Nam-Hee (Kim Kkobbi) is pregnant, So-Young tells Nam-Hee that she should keep the baby and they will raise the child together. However, a tragic accident happens and So-Young loses touch with Nam-Hee, for a while.

Tarot 3 [1:11:10]"Haunted Boy""- Park Chul-Min (Lee Tae-Ri) is a high school student. He can also see ghosts, but tries to pretend he doesn't see them. Chul-Min then sees a cute girl ghost named Seo-Hee (Choi Hye-Kyung). Seo-Hee can't forget her first love and asks Chul-Min for his help.

The cast, main and support all did an amazing job with this movie; however, without good (scary) music, a good script from good writers and good cinematogarphy, nothing can save the first two stories of this movie...only "haunted Boy" is worht re-watching.....Sorrhy!

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  • Movie: Be With Me
  • País: Coreia do Sul
  • Data de Lançamento: Jun 10, 2010
  • Duração: 1 hr. 48 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Ainda Não Classificado


  • Pontuação: 7.0 (avaliado por 374 usuários)
  • Classificado: #9232
  • Popularidade: #7250
  • Fãs: 1,289

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