Hyung-do might seem like just another office grunt in his suit and tie, but the company he works for is actually a front for an organization of hitmen. When the man falls in love and tries to quit the company, he becomes the hunted instead of the hunter.
That’s “A Company Man” in short… it’s fun to watch. The action doesn’t exactly move at breakneck speed though. It rather pops up in short bursts of violence. But when it does pop up, you do not want to be caught in the crossfire. Unfortunately the action sequences are too far apart from one another and keep being interrupted by the poorly executed romance story. This makes “A Company Man” a movie with potential (the score is stellar!) that falls a little short in the end.