"Oldboy" is a South Korean revenge flick that is about as classic as a movie can get. You may not have ever heard of it, but you will this October when the American remake hits (starring Josh Brolin). The story can be summed up in one sentence "a man is kidnapped and held in seclusion for fifteen years, then suddenly just let go". The big question with the American version is whether it will contain the famous "octopus" scene that the original had.

If you have interest in the original South Korean version of the movie, I have it for you in it's entirety. If there is NO WAY you're going to watch a foreign film, then skip to clip two.  It's a little gross, but it's legendary.

Here's the movie:

So a man goes into a sushi bar and says "gimme something that's still alive"