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From those early astronauts in Méliès’s Trip To The Moon who got their revenge in first to the awesome avenging power of S. These are the questions Dae-su’s mission of mayhem answers. In a scenario later repeated in ‘70s schlocker The Last House On The Left, the perps unwittingly turn up at Töre’s house looking for lodging and deliver themselves into the hands of the avenger. The bad guys kill Dave Bannion’s (Ford) wife, Jocelyn Brando, in an explosion meant for him. “I don’t want your money, I want proof of life – or I’ll take apart your family piece by piece. In Walker’s (Marvin) case the dish is bullet-shaped and somewhere near freezing, as he relentlessly, and without any discernible emotion, pursues the men who stitched him up, stole his loot and left him for dead. “Anyone here with an AB blood type, raise your hand.” The second part of Park Chan-wook’s Vengeance Trilogy is an elliptical journey, transforming a schlebby salaryman into a one-man maelstrom of carnage and unleashing him on… Who are the bad people behind his incarceration, what do they want and, more importantly, how do they respond to a claw hammer in the face? You allowed it.” Ingmar Bergman’s Taken features Max von Sydow in the Bryan Mills role as a dad questing bloody revenge for the fate of his innocent daughter.The last one." For The Bride, revenge is a dish best served cold - preferably in the snow, where she cuts down former Deadly Viper O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu), or in the chill of the night, where she meets Bill himself for the final, climactic moment of vengeance.She has a cold fury, calcified over several years after the fateful nuptials, that manifests in (super)heroic feats of fighting, killing and heart exploding. Bill should have just shown up to the wedding with a pressie like everyone else.Before you can say, “he’s white-collar Travis Bickle”, the architect-turned-lunatic turns into a white-collar Travis Bickle, wreaking revenge on all the bad people in Manhattan like Batman without the scruples. taskmaster (Cate Blanchett) and Hanna gets abducted. While Buttercup (Robin Wright) and Westley (Cary Elwes) set about finding true love in each others’ arms, Spanish swordsman Inigo Montoya (Patinkin) is busy hunting down the six-fingered man who murdered his dad. Together.” The Boy Who Lived grows up nursing a deep sorrow for the loss of his parents at the wand of Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes), a sorrow that gradually solidifies into something like anger.
There was the whole fight-to-the-death thing and those huge men trying to trident you into the afterlife… In this kill-or-be-killed world Maximus (Crowe) plots a means of revenge that doesn’t sacrifice his honour, a noble task made much harder by his sly adversary, Commodus (Phoenix), who couldn’t even spell the word. He’s just back from a stint in the army and has a ready supply of weapons and – eek!He shields himself behind a hokum story about a car crash but, as the saying goes, the truth will out – especially when it has Stamp towering over it shouting indecipherable threats.“When you’re in the most pain, shivering out of fear, then I will kill you.” They take revenge seriously over in Korea. Major Rane returns home to discover that the US is even more dangerous than Vietnam and – GASP! Played by William Devane, he adopts the stony-faced demeanour of a psychotic Buster Keaton as the bad guys brutalise him, mangle his hand and kill all his loved ones. This just pisses Rane off – worse, he’s friends with Tommy Lee Jones and it pisses him off, too – and then they compound it by heading to Mexico where normal rules of vengeance don’t apply.
This would cause even the mildest-mannered man to Hulk out – and Bannion isn’t the mildest-mannered man to begin with.At least, one person ends up better at karate for it.