The Man From Nowhere
2010
Tae-Sik is a widower with a mysterious past. When a young girl he befriends is kidnapped by a vicious drug gang, Tae-Sik rushes to save her. Hell-bent on justice after being framed by the nasty criminals, he takes the law into his own hands.

Jon Berry: “It was ok.”

What could have been a fantastic, memorable revenge/justice film from Korea somewhat comes off as a little tame, a little safe, and sometimes, a little questionable. Fantastic action and a great premise save the film, however.

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