in the slumps right now.
This marks my second, fully aware viewing of Kim Jee-woon's revenge masterpiece, which has now confirmed my once unsure of notion that this movie is like none other, which will now accordingly place it permanently into my top favorite movies, along with Oldboy of course. I also now have a type in movies, Korean revenge thrillers.
The first time I saw this movie was about two years ago, I was 14, looking for the most explicit display of violence in…
christopher nolan has a knack for narratively complex films, aka a time fetish, the man fears linear story telling, and i have to respect that, his ideas are ambitious to say the least.... and he certainly executes them well, we have to give him credit for that, the man can direct, his films look visually stunning, they're well done films that's for sure, the score stands out as well, but ill give you one thing when it comes to this…