Solid action film with some intense scenes. Nothing particularly groundbreaking.
over 4 years
Chinese Jason Bourne in Korea featuring drugs, child labour and organ harvesting. Dark
almost 5 years
I like it! I like it! I like it! I like it! I like it! I like it! I like it! I like it!
...what I do have are a very particular set of skills one of them is Korean.
One of the slickest action movies since the Bourne Identity. Vengeance will be mine!
over 6 years
One of the best movies I've ever seen
almost 7 years
Very, very dark. I have to work myself up to watch this sometimes, but the plot is great.
almost 7 years
I turned my friends onto this, they loved it! Knife Fight Scene=Awesome!
The Man from Nowhere Hangul: 아저씨; Hanja: 아저氏; RR: Ajeossi; MR: Ajŏssi is a 2010 South Korean film starring Won Bin and directed by Lee Jeong-beom. It was Korea's highest grossing film in 2010. The film was released in the United States and Canada on October 1, 2010.
Operating a pawn shop in a small neighborhood, Cha Tae-sik now leads a quiet life. His only connection to the rest of the world is a little girl, So-mi, who lives next door. So-mi’s mother, Hyo-jeong, is a heroin addict who smuggles drugs from a drug trafficking organization. She pawns her camera bag to Tae-sik; he does not realize it has the stolen drugs inside. When the traffickers find out where the drugs are, by torturing Hyo-jeong, they proceed to kidnap her and her daughter. The gang sends two thugs to Tae-sik's pawn shop to retrieve the stolen drugs, but they are easily overpowered by Tae-sik; it is the first time in the film that he has displayed his martial arts skills. However, upon learning that the gang now has...