The modern South Korean film industry was born in the mid-'90s when the Busan festival helped push back the cloud of censorship that had prevailed for 10 years after the end of military rule. Since…
I Saw The Devil
Tossing together spare parts from "Rio Bravo," "Jackass," NRA promos and vintage muscle-car commercials, this thin, jokey Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle elevates a back-of-the-bar-napkin script with a…
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Pic operates on the notion that indiscriminate action in service of a formulaic script will keep auds clutching their armrests, but the results fail to grip.
"I saw "The Devil's Double" with a couple of friends, and I kept asking myself, "Is it one guy playing both parts?"
South Korea-based sales outfit Finecut has closed deals on Kim Jee-woon's thriller "I Saw the Devil," among a slate of well-sold pics. "Devil" has been nabbed by Luna Films for Singapore and…
Arnold Schwarzenegger will be back -- now he just has to make up his mind about when and where.
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An unflinching gaze into the heart of pure evil and a perverse genre entertainment par excellence.
Magnet Releasing has set its sights on "I Saw the Devil," snagging North American rights to Ji-Woon Kim's serial killer thriller which screened at the Toronto Film Fest.