An everyday man has only three and a half days and limited resources to discover why he was imprisoned in a nondescript room for 20 years without any explanation.

Main character of the film is a Joe Doucett - a promotional staff. Joe was abducted and detained in a closed room for 20 years. When he is let out, he decides to seek those who is behind the terrible kidnapping and discovers unexpected secrets… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Oldboy torrent reviews

Peter W (it) wrote: Sushi Typhoon have cranked out yet another great over the top action gore fest. This has less gore than their other stuff but has more crazy action.

Tom H (br) wrote: Good Korean war movie! Cliches to the fullest, but nearly all war films are like that.

Jimmy C (nl) wrote: Il a quelques de puissamment vocateur et quelque chose de plutt perturbant dans ce film. Si l'ide est audacieuse et gnralement bien exploite, le contenu en soi s'avre plutt perturbant.. Heureusement les performances sont toujours au niveau et mme au-del.

Shawn W (it) wrote: Two escaped female prisoners get marooned on a planet where they become hunted by the inhabitant. Glad they played it generally straight. Features a Predator lookalike monster. Did like how the androids argued while Cindy Beal goes swimming.

Mark D (ru) wrote: Havin no nostalgic view of this i thought it was pretty woeful. Gremlins rip off done poorly with a few mid moments of entertainment. Shame i didnt watch it as a child cos probably would have enjoyed it more. Oh well!

Scott P (gb) wrote: *SPOILER WARNING*I went in knowing nothing about the film aside from its outstanding reputation and its spiralling poster. Perhaps it was the hype surrounding a movie considered one of the best of all time, but upon watching the final few minutes with horror and confusion, I was left ultimately dissatisfied. I understand the thematic values of the film and the introduction of the dolly zoom, as well as James Stewart's turn to the dark side, but it was a very odd movie. The first half is a slow affair of watching a former detective do his former job quite horribly. I guess in retrospect it's good to know he was being played a fool the entire time or else I'd still wonder if the person he was tailing had no awareness that the same car and man was twenty feet behind her the entire time barely making any attempt to conceal his actions, especially at the cemetery. Following him romancing another man's wife, which again absolves her of worse judgement for she isn't actually wed, it just goes off the rails and becomes a dark look at obsession.Take away the twist "revelation," which was explained right away leaving no mystery to follow, and it remains just as horrifying watching this man obsess over a dead loved one and change a stranger, make her dress like her, and take her to where she died. He knew because of a necklace. What if that wasn't truly the case? This man acts like a monster. Remove the letter and confession and he still remains a monster; the only difference is that he's no longer right. How far would it have gone if it was a different girl he tried to change for himself? Would it still have come to the bell tower down the road if there was no necklace? He went down a deep dark path, and the movie abruptly ends with a terrible fate.The fact that I'm thinking so much about the movie gives it some points, but there's quite a bit of this movie that just moves so slowly.

Muggsy L (br) wrote: Sinatra plays Sinatra, albeit a watered-down version who is down on his luck. There's several great reasons to see this film, but most notably Kim Novak, who was one of the most beautiful women to ever grace the silver screen, and the Roders and Hart soundtrack featuring such jazz standards as I Didn't Know What Time It Was, I Could Write A Book, Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered, The Lady Is A Tramp, and My Funny Valentine. WARNING: 1950s sexism is rampant in this film, you can roll your eyes and wonder how we as a culture could have been like that, or you can get upset and then you'll hate the whole movie. Take my advice, and just look at it as "it is what it was, and I'm glad we learned better."

Rick Q (it) wrote: the chemistry of on screen couples is rarely as charming as it is between katharine hepburn and spencer tracy in "pat and mike". the film has more than a few good laughs, and really well written witty dialogue. this is a definite must see for classic cinema fans.

Steve S (de) wrote: *** (out of four) In her American film debut, Marlene Dietrich shines as a seductive cabaret singer in Morocco. She becomes involved with a wealthy man (Adolphe Menjou) and a handsome Foreign Legionaire (Gary Cooper). The romantic elements are intriguing and director Josef Von Sternberg shows how much the camera loves Dietrich. She is stunning.

Sterlin R (de) wrote: A decent ending chapter for Shrek. It does have a few stupid moments, but it was not bad.

Waleed A (ru) wrote: one of the funniest movies ever. so many memorable parts. can watch over and over. so many great actors and cameos. the characters are phenomenal (about 8 views)