Flickchart Road Trip: Connecticut

Derek Armstrong

Derek is a film critic, currently writing for the Australian film website ReelGood as well as his personal blog, The Audient.

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6 Responses

  1. David Greenwood says:

    As a Park Chan-Wook fan from back in the day, I still really want to see Stoker, though I’m not suspecting much. Strangely, it sounds an awful lot like Thirst, which is my least favorite of Park’s films. But after the dazzling one-two punch of “Lady Vengeance” and “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Okay” Park’s earned a few average movies to fart around with technique.

    • Derek Armstrong says:


      Sorry, I somehow didn’t see this comment until just now. Yeah, Stoker was a big disappointment for me. I did like Thirst more than you, but I can see how Thirst is disappointing compared to the two Vengeance movies I’ve seen (Oldboy and Sympathy).

  2. Harri says:

    Hi, I was wondering if you are a person or you know anyone that has a list of old kung fu movies? There is one particular one i’m trying to locate but don’t remember title, however, I remember this young black kid and his family had a farm and they were killed, he was the only survivor and a Chinese dude nursed him back to health and wanted to learn kung fu which in the end he did and took revenge, can anyone help me, i’m so desperate….thanks, harriet

    • Derek Armstrong says:

      There are elements of this that sound oddly like the Karate Kid remake, but I’m sure that’s not what you’re talking about (especially since it’s not “old”). Wish I could be of service!