The Man from Nowhere
The Man from Nowhere

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A quiet pawnshop keeper with a violent past takes on a drug-and-organ trafficking ring in hope of saving the child who is his only friend.... (Full plot summary below)

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A quiet pawnshop keeper with a violent past takes on a drug-and-organ trafficking ring in hope of saving the child who is his only friend.

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Variety - 6/10 by Russell Edwards Helmer Lee Jeong-beom shows a flair for action sequences, squeezing tension out of every fight scene choregraphed by Park Jung-ryul.
Film School Rejects - 6/10 by Rob Hunter South Korea may just be the most exciting place on the planet these days when it comes to stylish and violent thrillers.
User Review - 10/10 by a i At first I thought its Leon remake, the cactus scene proves it, but then nice twists, a great watch and superb acting, the focus on details were really nice, notice the fingernails, the twitching of eyes.
User Review - 10/10 by Reid V A movie I'm glad I decided to watch...this isn't something I would say often. Best foreign film I've seen this year!
User Review - 10/10 by The Bad G One of the best movies I've seen this year. It's similar to "Taken" with Liam Neeson, but five times better. Rent it! :D
User Review - 10/10 by visitorQ S Wow. Korea is the hot-spot of action movies right now and The Man From Nowhere solidifies that statement. Asian cinema hasn't seen a this much coolness in an action hero since Chow Yun Fat in A Better Tomorrow. The action is fast and brutal. The relationship between Won Bin and Kim Sae-Ron will win over the most jaded movie-goer. This is a definite must own for any action fan.
User Review - 10/10 by David P It's great ass-kicking movies like this that keep me away from American movie theaters.
User Review - 10/10 by abram r a 10 year old girl, dark criminal underworld, a lonely pawnshop man. The scene is set for a complex plot with unexpected twists and turns. There is a lot of color to the characters and it is very well shot. A pleasure to watch.
User Review - 10/10 by April N I love these types of movies. Asian action at it's best!
User Review - 10/10 by Susie B Incredible. I love the Koreans.. I love being Korean!
User Review - 10/10 by Jayde L Action, story and revenge. A simple formula, although calculated in the best way possible as seen in The Man From Nowhere. I would recommend this movie in a heart beat if you haven't seen it yet. It grips you for the whole ride and expands into the character's back stories with a satisfying ending.
User Review - 10/10 by Total S ***Never Any Spoilers*** Where to even begin? I've been having a late-night love affair with this movie for over two years now. It bounced around at some shitty RT numbers for a while, but I'm pleased to see that its rating is exactly where it should be. ( I saw it pulling 70% for a bit, which isn't technically 'shitty' but, its appallingly low for the caliber of film this is. The rotten reviews seem to have disappeared, as they should, because a rotten rating on this makes you a turd. ) Sure, we've seen many of the themes of this film before in other pictures. On the surface you could piece together a lot of the story and characters from a collection of other well received films, but that is of no importance. This is heroic bloodshed at its finest, and no one has ever done it better. I shit you not, there are fight scenes in this film that could potentially put this movie in my top five for the rest of my life. I watch other fight sequences that I once held in high regard, and they have now become limp and shallow. I watch the Bourne movies and notice that the fights are so over-edited, cut and spliced together, that they have no weight. Jason Bourne punches. Cut. Enemy blocks punch. Cut. Jason pushes. Cut. Enemy grapples. Cut. Jason grabs pen. Cut. Jason's face gets serious. Cut. It's been turned to bullshit now for me. All of it. And I'm glad. The tracking shots in this film are superb. The acting is excellent. Audio and music are top notch. The colors and brooding mood are crisp and realistic. And there are legit, samurai-like showdowns in modern settings that I have returned to so many times late at night, that I'm now afraid no other action movie will top. There are a collection of fight and action sequences that I have easily watched two hundred times, and as I watch, they evolve. They grow in intensity. I notice things I missed the first time through, then new things the first ten times through, then still the first fifty. Subtle shifts in camera angles add so much depth to the fight scenes, yet they often go unnoticed, instead sinking in at a subconscious level. Its the most cerebral way of filming action scenes that I've ever seen. Its poetry. I'd love to dissect some of my favorite scenes more, but I'd never want to potentially ruin an inch or ounce of this film for anyone. I own on Blu Ray, but this is also available on Streaming Netflix. If you watch and agree with my remarks above, please feel free to comment. If you disagree, please comment as well. I will defend this film for the rest of my life. I am a major fan of action flicks/fight scenes, but this film has changed me. This movie is love.

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