- Quote... Siempre me han gustado las letras y tengo estas bonitas fuentes al estilo lettering desde hace bastante tiempo y ahora se como sacarles provecho! Y lucirlas! porque me parecen geniales! Lol 😂 creo que solo yo puedo con mi entusiasmo... ·
Me encantan las citas de Benedetti siempre me han llegado a fondo de una u otra manera. 😌 ·
GRATEFUL. Twenty three years ago today, I was born into this world. A year ago today, I graduated from college. Today, I am a better man. Thank you to my friends who remembered and made this day special in the simplest ways, to my family who stood by me for the past 23 years, and lastly to the Lord Almighty who gave me another year to cherish and become a better person for the world. I will forever be grateful. For my birthday, I wish for true happiness in the years to come and I wish you do get it, too. 💖💕 #June#Birthday#instagood#igdaily#grateful
Dir. Park Chan-wook
DoP. Chung Chung-hoon
Screenplay. Hwang Jo-yun, Lim Jun-hyung, and Park Chan-wook
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My rating: 10/10
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Park’s raunchy, heavy, and lightly humorous “Oldboy” is a vividly captured story of deep rooted revenge, grudges tightly held, and the laboring journey to the truth. It is lurid, raw, brutal, but ethereal in it’s tone, themes, and cinematography. The overall mise-en-scène is just as cleverly crafted as the script itself, which is exceptional.
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The suspense of a new jaw dropping moment in every scene is palpable. The motivation for each character is there, and fairly believable, stemming from a humane place, but the actions that follow are extremely unconventional and disturbing, causing for genuinely gut wrenching plot points and spectacle.
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Min-sik (Dae-su), Hye-jung (Mi-do), and Ji-tae (Woo-jin) are all great in their respective roles. Min-sik is outstanding. The entire crew takes this oddball premise and executes it wonderfully. Park’s camera work and movement is nothing short of masterful. It’s provocative, evocative, engrossing, visceral, and intimate. Now, while the visuals are dilapidated, giving off a dirty feel by design, there’s a desperate poetic style to its narration. There’s character driven motif in the dialogue and narration. The score is thrilling, the editing is inventive in its transitioning and offers up vast visual storytelling. And with an intentionally ambiguous ending, it allows the audience to chew on the experience for even longer; something that would’ve been a given regardless.
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“Oldboy” is a masterpiece. You MUST see it! Incredibly captivating, thrilling, macabre, and endlessly entertaining.
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“Laugh, and the world laughs with you.
Weep, and you weep alone.”
#q : predictions on who's going to own this era?
honestly no but if i had to choose it would be soyeon, her looks stood out to me the most and i know she's gonna smack me in the face with one of her verses.
teaser : uh oh
group : (g)-idle
[cr. to the rightful owner]