Oldboy Review: Heavy Like a Hammer

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Josh Brolin’s character has every reason to seek revenge in Oldboy. He was taken captive by a mystery man and held in a windowless room for 20 years. And he began that incarceration by learning on the small TV in his new home that he had been framed for his wife’s murder which left his daughter a virtual orphan.

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