Wed, 22 May 2013
Korean Cinema became internationally recognized in 2003 when an intense crime thriller called Oldboy picked up the Grand Prix at Cannes. After a swarm of critical praise, the film found a cult following that would turn into a film movement of it's own. The story of a despicable businessman who finds himself held against his will for 15 years before being released to exact his revenge on a nameless foe has shocked audiences internationally. But is it the hammer-weilding avenger of cinema or does it go down as rough as eating live seafood. Eric, Kent, & Lobster find out.
Show Notes: You can find the various quotes used in regards to this film on Rotten Tomatoes.