Miracle in Cell No. 7 (2013) - Comedy, Drama

Hohum Score

11

Watchable

A story about love between a mentally-ill father and his lovingly adorable daughter. Accused of murder and rape, her father's home is prison.

IMDB: 8.2
Director: Hwan-kyung Lee
Stars: Seung-ryong Ryu, So Won Kal
Length: 127 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 3 out of 53 found boring (5.66%)

One-line Reviews (18)

Even though it was dripping with schmaltz, I still found myself easily lulled into the story.

Gripping, Hilarious and Meaningful.

Take a super cute, good looking girl that makes a good cry face, an innocent convicted and a compulsive tear jerker story - voilà: standard dull korean drama.

Very worth watching .

Comic and enjoyable moments take place within the prison walls.

The acting of the small girl and father was simply mind blowing.

INTENSE EMOTIONAL SPECTRUM.

I think it's worth watching just for that reason alone.

They come to an unexpected event which brings Yong-gu as deceitfully accused of murder and sexual assault of high rank police officer's daughter in their district.

This was entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable.

Behind that, there is a tragically engaging story -- The kind-hearted father, as innocent as he is, accused of murder and rape.

It's a movie worth watching over 100 times at least!

This film is definitely worth watching.

First: The extremely incompetent and stupid court and (of course *yawn*) corrupted police work that made me want to bump my head on the table.

Starting from father's vilification of murder and rape cases until the actual disclosure of events is clearly arranged and there are unexpected surprises in this film.

A fun to watch film from beginning to the end and a compelling drama at the same time, easily grips the hearts of the audience.

This movie was corny, with a few pieces of fairly unbelievable plot etc etc. But worth watching because it for some reason I can't put my finger on, really gets to you.

Unfortunately, the movie suffers with repeatable storyline which would bored some people who has experienced many films.