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On November 21st, this action title will show on DVD, Video-on-demand and a Blu-ray/DVD combo.
» - [email protected](Michael Allen) Stars: Ok-bin Kim, Seo-hyung Kim, Ha-kyun Shin, Jun Sung Bang | Written and Directed by Byung-gil Jung It’s been a while since a foreign language movie came out that truly blew me away, probably The Raid being the last one and we all know how much I gush over that movie.
Synopsis: A woman assassin leaves a trail of bodies behind her as she seeks revenge.
The Villainess starts off with one hell of a chaotic fight sequence reminiscent to, Kill Bill, The Raid and Hardcore Henry (the entire extended battle takes place from the first person perspective and is all one highly impressive unbroken take), and is violent and visceral to the extreme complete with blades, guns, and blood painting the walls red.
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Going in blind, I legitimately thought the whole movie would play out this way, but then things shift into a more conventional structure and narrative.
Sook-hee is on a warpath of vengeance until she can bring justice to the man that murdered her father in cold blood.
Featuring breathtaking and meticulously conceived action set pieces, The Villainess is undoubtedly an impressive slice of high-energy heaven; but when it comes to story, Byung-gil stuffs his narrative with too many side characters, flashbacks, and double-crosses, making for an often perplexing tale that feels just a bit more complicated than it needs to be.The Villainess brings us all the things I loved about The Raid and some intricate clever plot points that echo Infernal Affairs sprinkled with some Nikita…