Tag Archive | Park Chan-wook

Stoker Review (Kirk Haviland)

Stoker (2013) Starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, Nicole Kidman, Lucas Till, Dermot Mulroney and Jackie Weaver Written by Wentworth Miller Directed by Park Chan-wook New in theaters this week from Fox Searchlight Pictures is Stoker, the English language debut film from Korean master filmmaker Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance). The intense horror/thriller written […]

The Last Stand Review (Kirk Haviland)

The Last Stand (2013) Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Forest Whitaker, Eduardo Noriega, Rodrigo Santoro, Johnny Knoxville, Jaimie Alexander, Luis Guzmán, Peter Stormare and Genesis Rodriguez Written by Andrew Knauer, Jeffrey Nachmanoff and Goergeo Nolfi Directed by Jee-Woon Kim Making his first starring bow since leaving his office as Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger returns this week […]

TKFF 2012 – Oldboy Review (Kirk Haviland)

TKFF 2012 – Oldboy Review (Kirk Haviland)

Toronto Korean Film Festival 2012 Oldboy (2003) Starring – Choi Min-sik, Yu Ji-tae, Kang Hye-jeong, Ji Dae-han and Kim Byeong-ok Written by Hwang Jo-hyun, Lim Chun-hyeong, Lim Joon-hyung and Park Chan-wook (based on the Manga by Garon Tsuchiya and Nobuaki Minegishi) Directed by Park Chan-wook Now the undeniable creative leader of the Korean film movement […]

TKFF Sympathy for Lady Vengeance Review (Kirk Haviland)

TKFF Sympathy for Lady Vengeance Review (Kirk Haviland)

Toronto Korean Film Festival 2012 Sympathy for Lady Vengeance Starring – Lee Yeong-ae, Choi Min-sik, Kwon Yea-yeong and Kim See-hoo Written by Park Chan-wook and Jeoung Seo-gyeong Directed by Park Chan-wook Now the undeniable creative leader of the Korean film movement of the last decade is by far and away Park Chan-wook. Starting with 2000’s […]

Toronto Korean Film Festival Preview (Kirk Haviland)

Toronto Korean Film Festival Preview (Kirk Haviland)

Toronto Korean Film Festival 2012 5 Reasons you need to check out the TKFF This month brings the launch of a new film festival for us residents of “Festival City” aka Toronto. The Toronto Korean Film Festival runs from June 22nd until July 1st over 9 days and aims to introduce those not familiar to […]