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Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)



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Froman
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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


I'm not a fan of the fact that your two examples are his weaker films, but maybe I'm just being nitpicky.





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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


Cool. I'm Stoked.





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Decatur
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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


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I'm not a fan of the fact that your two examples are his weaker films, but maybe I'm just being nitpicky.


Those are the first two that come to mind for me.

What are your favorites?






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auyushu
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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


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I'm not a fan of the fact that your two examples are his weaker films, but maybe I'm just being nitpicky.





Oldboy as one of his weaker films? You'd definitely be in the minority on that one. I like Lady Vengeance better, but Oldboy would definitely be my second favorite. Thirst is probably considered one of his weakest, but it's an excellent film in it's own right.






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Froman
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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


Lady Vengeance, which I'm coincidentally watching right now, and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance are better. Oldboy is my least favorite of his films that I've seen. Other than a terrific performance by Min-sik Choi, the film itself is nothing spectacular.





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Other than a terrific performance by Min-sik Choi, [Oldboy] itself is nothing spectacular.

Please.






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TFTC
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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


I just saw this last night. I really enjoyed it.

He really has skills as a director and he obviously knows it.






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Cool. I'm Stoked.


ISWYDT






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Chef Leppard
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re: Stoker - first English language film from Chan-wook Park (Oldboy, Thirst, etc)


Anyone here check this out yet? I seent it last night. pretty decent. there was some pretense to it for sure, but it was a very slick movie overall production wise. Had a definite "talented mr.ripley" feel to it

And Nicole Kidman normally ruins movies for me, but overall..







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Chef Leppard
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So all in all nobody gives a shite about this movie. duly noted





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I enjoyed it





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