Time now to check on this week's new movies.
A new Korean film has cast a teen in the lead in a rare move, plus the latest from Hollywood and other countries.
Here's Son Heekyung.
The Korean drama, ''The Wonder Years,’’ is a film that conjures up memories of the good ole' teenage years.
Thirteen-year old Suah lives an unhappy life with her single mother.
Suah feels her mom takes no interest in her, and has no idea about what she's going through.
The only thing that keeps Suah going is the knowledge that a famous pop singer is her real mother.
The girl eventually leaves for Seoul to find her.
Director Kim Heejung has broken with Korean film convention in casting a teenager in the lead.
Next up is the second sequel to the popular Hollywood crime comedy thriller ''Ocean's 11.''
''Ocean's 13'' is similar to the two previous films being based on a team who seeks revenge for their friend against a hotel tycoon.
A-list actors George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon reprise their roles in the movie.
''Ocean's 13'' is first this week on two of Korea's online ticket sites.
From Japan comes the animated film ''The Girl Who Leaped Through Time.''
The movie explores the human fantasy of conquering time with freewheeling colors and motions.
A teenage girl gains the power to travel back or forward in time, and redo any event or action she wants.
The movie combines humor and drama through the classic concept of time travel.
Last up this week is the Danish comedy, ''The Boss of it All.''
A business owner wants to sell his IT company, but finds it difficult since he's disguised himself as just an employee for the past 10 years.
He hires an out-of-work actor to impersonate the CEO.
Son Heekyung, Arirang News.