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    Reader comments on Oldboy

    Subject: Re: Park Chan Wook is a true genius !!!
    Date: Dec 12, 2010
    Sender: CharosPrevious | Next

    3 hours! I want that version! :P I'm pretty certain it's only 2 hours, I have the Tartan Asia Extreme boxed set and it's about 1 hour and 59 mins...don't get me wrong, I'd have sat through 3 hours gleefully...brilliant movie

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    Park Chan Wook is a true genius !!!

    "Oldboy" by Park Chan Wook is a real entertainer despite the fact that it is 3 hours long.There is hardly any moment in this film which would not grip you.Every image is a perfect embodiment of sublime joy."Oldboy" is one of the few contemporary films which would continue to haunt viewers after they have left cinemas."Oldboy" must be seen more then once in order to be well understood.







    Comment index:

  • Park Chan Wook is a true genius !!!   from Lalit Rao, Aug 20, 2005
  • » Re: Park Chan Wook is a true genius !!! «   from Charos, Dec 12, 2010
  • [no subject]   from chinswa, Dec 12, 2007
  • [no subject]   from , May 6, 2009
  • Park Chan Wook is a true genius !!!   from Lalit Rao, Aug 20, 2005
  • » Re: Park Chan Wook is a true genius !!! «   from Charos, Dec 12, 2010
  • [no subject]   from chinswa, Dec 12, 2007
  • [no subject]   from , May 6, 2009