Oldboy

What happens to a man (Josh Brolin) after he has been kidnapped and sequestered for 20 years, then mysteriously released? More than likely he’s going to want to find out whom orchestrated his li

What happens to a man (Josh Brolin) after he has been kidnapped and sequestered for 20 years, then mysteriously released? More than likely he’s going to want to find out whom orchestrated his living hell and dish out a little revenge. If the premise sounds familiar, its because this “new” Spike Lee joint is not quite “new.” His Oldboy is a remake of Chan-wook Park’s original thriller from a decade ago with Elizabeth Olsen, Samuel L. Jackson and Sharlto Copley in support, but there’s no doubt that at the end of the day this will be anything other than a Spike Lee film (double tracking shots for that moving sidewalk effect, baby!). Opens Nov. 27 at Esquire Theatre. (R) Not screened in time for revi

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