Are you truly awake? Or have you slept like a mindless zombie through the past twenty years of human history? That's the social commentary that bubbles just at the surface of Spike Lee's Oldboy, which finds an ad executive locked away in solidary confinement for one third of his life. 20 new posters push the point home, as we see Joe Doucett (Josh Brolin) passively watching the events unfold, confused by the 9/11 attacks, making Facebook friends with mice, scared of Y2K, but unable to do anything about any of it from his small prison cell. The juxtaposition of images from the movie held against cultural milestones offer a taste of Spike Lee's goals with this thriller, and its especially interesting that Joe is screaming out in rage, though banging against a wall where no one can hear him, upon the announcement that Barack Obama is our new president (not very subtle there, Spike). Its 2013, and Joe is ready to break free from his one bedroom apartment and take on the world with a hammer. Can one man make a difference? Check out what Doucett has missed in the past three decades, starting in 1993.