A remake of the 1970s Disney fantasy franchise about a Las Vegas cab driver, Jack Bruno, who encounters two unlikely passengers. His passengers, extraterrestrial teen siblings are on a mission to save the world and their own planet from destruction.
With an astrophysicist as an ally and Bruno at the wheel, they begin their race to unravel the secrets of Witch Mountain in the middle of the Nevada dessert, with the government, mobsters, and an outer space monster hot on their heels.
The dialogue is funny, and the effects nifty; a very entertaining movie indeed.
Adapted many times, this is one of the latest adaptions to be shown. It revovles around two families and their chidlren, and the different paths the children end up going.
When their husbands were killed by the enemy army, two pregnant women manage to find safety in foreign lands. Li Ping gives birth to Guo Jing, a sturdy but slow young man, who roams the Mongolian prairie.
The other woman, Bao Xi Ruo, gives birth to Yang Kang, a smart and crafty young man, who ends up becoming, a successor of the Jin empire. When a pact between their martial arts masters brings these two young men together. When the truth behind the death of their fathers' is revealed, one found a cause greater than his own and became a hero, while the other descended into darkness and destroyed everything and everyone around him.
Mong-ryong's mother visits him at Chun-hyang's place and is unhappy to see her son washing clothes. She becomes livid when Mong-ryong speaks up for Chun-hyang.
Back at home, Mong-ryong's mother insists that her husband make their son return home. However, Mong-ryong's father believes that Chun-hyang is the only one that can turn their son into a better person. To prevent her son from suffering further, Mong-ryong's mother agrees to give Chun-hyan the money they prepared for her studies.
Mong-ryong's parent hand over the money to Chun-hyang's mother without her knowledge. Chun-hyang opens an accessories shop, and keeps her word, giving Hak-do her first piece of work in the shop. Mong-ryong is upset.
Chae-rin and her friends turn up at Chun-hyang's shop. Chae-rin wants Chun-hyang to put a photo of her and Mong-ryong into a necklace. Mong-ryong gets angry. He tells Chae-rin that he will not allow Chun-hyang to get hurt. Chae-rin retorts that she will never let a woman like Chun-hyang take Mong-ryong away from her.
Chae-rin asks Hak-do yo help her break up Chun-hyang and Mong-ryong. Hak-do asks Chun-hyang to work together with Chae-rin to mass-produce the necklaces she has designed. initially unwilling, Chung-hyang agrees to sign the contract for the sake of money.
Mong-ryong cooks a meal for Chun-hyang, but Chae-rin and Hak-do use work as an excuse to keep Chun-hyang i nthe office. Chun-hyang learns that it was Mong-ryong's parents who provided the money for her shop.
Chae-rin asks v to go to her office, deliberately letting Chun-hyang see them in an intimate position. Chun-hyang refuses to believe Mong-ryong when he declares that she is the one he loves.
She is moved when she sees the food that Mong-ryong has prepared for her. However, their relationship is starting to drain Chun-hyang. The next morning, Mong-ryong gets upset when he sees Hak-do driving Chun-hyang to the shop. Next>>