When it comes to films, South Korea is infamous for its brutal revenge thrillers. From the classics such as the iconic OLDBOY (2003) of The Vengeance Trilogy and A Bittersweet Life (2005) to more recent offerings including The Man from Nowhere (2010) and I Saw the Devil (2010), when it comes to righting a wrong through violent means, these films define the genre.
Released in 2012, A Company Man follows the trend and tells the gritty tale of a rogue hitman who must battle against his own former employers....who just so happen to be a large corporation specializing in professional murder. It's a fun though cliched plot which is wraps up nicely by the end of the film, but doesn't offer anything really new to the genre. However, what A Company Man lacks in originality it makes up for with slick choreography.
The picture/audio quality of this release is very good and on-par with other WellGo USA distributed films. Worth a watch if you're a fan of revenge flicks.