Perfect performance by Gary Oldman.
Really not the best introduction to cinema for Harry Hole. Choosing a book mid way through the series of novels, with characters that need a few novels to become established, is definitely a bad idea.
Why was the killer doing his deeds? And how much of a cop out was that ending? If I'd seen this on a plane, maybe it would be worth an extra half star as expectations would be so lower...
My kids are at the age where they are starting to ask questions about how Santa does what he does, so of course I put on this Aardman produced documentary about how the Claus family can deliver presents to millions of children around the world in just a few hours.
Obviously Aardman have had to digitally disguise the faces of everyone involved, and have actors dub over the recorded audio. What starts out as a simple examination of present delivery…
I Saw The Devil tells a revenge tale that pushes the boundaries in a good way. Kim Ji-Woon's film will make you question where the acceptable limit is for taking revenge on a serial killer that has taken away the person that you love most in the world.
The two leads put in brilliant performances, but the stand out is Choi Min-sik as the sadistic killer. He plays this with such cold detachment and matter of factness that you can't…