Oldboy (Review)

Oldboy (Review)
Oldboy (Review)
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Josh Brolin plays an arrogant, drunken ad exec who gets locked in a room for twenty years…yes, years. When he’s finally released, he must identify his captor before he can seek revenge and be reunited with his daughter. After his one-room ordeal, you expect extreme retribution and there is some: a few brief, well-staged and violent encounters. When he turns to the mystery of his captor, things become more and more convoluted: the villain’s omnipresence, those unlikely coincidences and ultimately, the surprise ending. Director Spike Lee has crafted some of this film to be involving and robust, but ultimately it loses momentum and proves a disappointment.


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