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The Man from Nowhere (2010) Movie Review

The Man from Nowhere (2010) Movie Plot:

The Man from Nowhere (2010) Movie: Directed by Jeong-beom Lee. With Won Bin, Kim Sae-Ron, Kim Tae-hoon, and Kim Hee-won. A quiet pawnshop keeper with a violent past takes on a drug-and-organ trafficking ring in hope of saving the child who is his only friend. The Man from Nowhere 2010 Movie Review

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Is the man from nowhere worth watching?

It’s a good film and is worth watching especially to Won Bin fan (But there are scenes that you may find it so cruel and disturbing ). And you will definitely love the cute So-mi.

How long is the man from nowhere?

Is the man from nowhere a remake?

It also marks the final on-screen appearance of Won Bin as of 2020. Rocky Handsome, an Indian remake starring John Abraham, was released in 2016.

The Man from Nowhere (2010 film)
The Man from Nowhere
Directed by
Lee Jeong-beom
Written by
Lee Jeong-beom
Produced by
Lee Tae-heon
Won Bin Kim Sae-ron

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The Man from Nowhere (2010) Movie Review:

You may want to compare this with or see shades of the film from the likes of Luc Besson’s The Professional, Pierre Morel’s Taken, and Tony Scott’s Man on Fire, with the common running theme of a highly skilled operative taking it upon himself to rescue someone they love from the clutches of devious villains, and executing a brand of vengeance without remorse as he plows through and single-handedly demolishes all who stand in his way. The Man From Nowhere is South Korea’s answer to this sub-genre and does so with aplomb both in providing that emotional punch to the highly choreographed set action pieces.

The heartthrob Won Bin buffs up to become that titular character Cha Tae-Sik, a man with a secret past who now lives his life incognito in a shady pawnshop trade, striking up his only friendship with the outside world through Jeong So-Mi (Kim Sae Ron from A Brand New Life doing an excellent job once again), the kid from next door whose mom happened to offend drug traders who are also in the business of dealing with the lucrative body organs black market. In fact, the villains are portrayed in a such negative light for the multitude of vices they get involved in, including kidnapping children for an Oliver Twist type of artful dodging profession as couriers, that you just can’t wait for them to get there just desserts. Source

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