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09.27.2012

For which Korean director's English language debut are you most excited?

The Last Stand - Kim Jee-woon (THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE WEIRD)
Stoker - Park Chan-wook (OLDBOY)

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7:49PM on 09/27/2012
I hafta go with Park Chan-wook as to which director's debut i'm more excited to see, dude is gold. More excited for the Last Stand as Arnold's return though.
I hafta go with Park Chan-wook as to which director's debut i'm more excited to see, dude is gold. More excited for the Last Stand as Arnold's return though.
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2:54PM on 09/27/2012

I flipped a coin and landed on The Last Stand.

Kim Jee-woon's I Saw The Devil is awesome. I'm hoping the trailer seemed off because it was focused more on Arnold instead of showcasing the director.
Kim Jee-woon's I Saw The Devil is awesome. I'm hoping the trailer seemed off because it was focused more on Arnold instead of showcasing the director.
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1:24PM on 09/27/2012

Stoker!

Excited for both but Stoker wins by far.
Excited for both but Stoker wins by far.
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12:34PM on 09/27/2012
I'm excited for both films!
I'm excited for both films!
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10:54AM on 09/27/2012
After seeing the trailer for Stoker, wearing its style on its sleeve, looks like Mr. Park hasn't been stifled a bit by the Hollywood system. I am excited for The Last Stand, but it's already probably more mainstream than most of Kim's work Jee-woon's work. In short, Stoker is at least going for a mood that is relatively original, while The Last Stand looks to be straight-up action that hopefully will be more interesting thanks to Kim's direction.
After seeing the trailer for Stoker, wearing its style on its sleeve, looks like Mr. Park hasn't been stifled a bit by the Hollywood system. I am excited for The Last Stand, but it's already probably more mainstream than most of Kim's work Jee-woon's work. In short, Stoker is at least going for a mood that is relatively original, while The Last Stand looks to be straight-up action that hopefully will be more interesting thanks to Kim's direction.
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9:03AM on 09/27/2012

Kim Jee-woon!

The Good, The Bad and the Weird was one of the most fun movies of the past few years.
The Good, The Bad and the Weird was one of the most fun movies of the past few years.
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8:44AM on 09/27/2012
Both directors are phenomenal and both movies seemed very interesting from the start, but Stoker gets my vote based on the trailers. The Last Stand's trailer, other than for a few really nice shots, was rather underwhelming if you ask me. I guess I expected something more serious.
Both directors are phenomenal and both movies seemed very interesting from the start, but Stoker gets my vote based on the trailers. The Last Stand's trailer, other than for a few really nice shots, was rather underwhelming if you ask me. I guess I expected something more serious.
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8:03AM on 09/27/2012

Stoker

No contest.
No contest.
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7:55AM on 09/27/2012
Arnie's comeback, of course.
Arnie's comeback, of course.
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6:57AM on 09/27/2012
Poll needs a racist option: "I thought they were the same person".
Poll needs a racist option: "I thought they were the same person".
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