R -Point Bills its self as a Korean Apocalypse Now, but sooo not. A team of soldiers are sent back to an area of 'nam to see what happened to a team of soldiers. Obviously as this is a horror/thriller things go pear shaped. A bit too formulaic, some nice touches but generally can see most of it coming. There are also a few bits where you're shown letters or signs with no translation so you left wondering how important a plot device you've just missed. Not the hottest film from Korea in the past few years.
*****' ' ' ' ' 5/10