a fine end to a Vengeance Trilogy
john from Meath, 03 Jul 2007
Not as violent, intense or dark as the preceeding chapters in the trilogy, but still it is a beautifully made film. As with the others, it drives home the message with sledgehammer blows, and some scenes are truly gut wrenching.
however, despite the onscreen carnage, rest assured, the message carries on, Vengeance is futile.
Definitely watch it if you are a fan of challenging Asian cinema.
Ciaran from Dublin, 17 May 2007
Oldboy was good....odd, but good. This is similar in vein but wasn't as effective for me. A woman is imprisoned wrongly and, after serving her time, serves up justice to those who originally set her up. As is usual in the Asian movies of this ilk, there are odd scenes and some nasty scenes too! I'm sure fans of the genre will love it though.
Not for faint hearted!
Anna from Dublin, 14 Nov 2007
I would recommend this movie howver not for faint hearted. Great story line,, great pictures, story well told. After years spent in prison "Lady Vengeance" is looking for the man in her past and to reconcile with a child of her past.
Law taken in the own hands - justice is as always disputable.
Has to be watched
Not as good as Oldboy
Paul from Dublin, 24 Apr 2007
Revisiting many of the same themes (such as captivity and revenge) that were covered in the brilliant Oldboy; Wook's follow-up is somewhat of a disappointment, but still worth a view.
Lady vengeance rules
Olivia from Tipperary, 25 May 2010
Brilliant! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to anyone (everyone). Atmospheric, innovative, sinister, clever