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we are very impressed with this movie and it really shows how strong the acting was in the first movie. only thing that would have made this movie even better is if they had added the zombie deaths in the first half. there is a scene in the movie where you see a group of zombies getting killed off. the reason for this is to show that some of these characters are going to die during the zombie apocalypse. while the acting was great, the scenes of zombies being killed off was really the only thing that stuck out. other than that, the movie is just as entertaining as the first one. it was by no means a perfect movie but its very entertaining and worth your time.trains are known for their speed and this is the perfect setting to have a zombie outbreak. the storyline is intriguing and the action is well-directed. the characters were well-developed, and the animation was great. but the story was a little predictable and the plot points didn't quite click. the movie was suspenseful, but it could have been more suspenseful. overall, the movie was good, but not great. with the price tag it cost and the hype of its predecessor, it was worth a look. but this is a movie youre more likely to rent.a zombie feature is a kind of genre usually reserved for middle-brow commercial product, but with train to busan bong joon-ho and director yoo byung-suk (director of a ghost story, the terror, and oldboy among others) have crafted a genuinely terrifying and emotional picture. the tension builds throughout the course of the film, culminating in a moment that will have you on the edge of your seat. 6a6f617c0c
Train to Busan 2
Reported by AllKPop (via BC), the sequel, which is in very early stages of development, is expected to center on the same fast-acting virus but rather than restrict the focus to a train station or two, it'll expand to include the entire Korean peninsula. None of the cast from the previous film are expected to return, which makes sense for various reasons if you've seen the movie.
Not only did Train to Busan reinvigorate the modern zombie movie with a unique, terrifying take on the tried and true creature, but the emotional weight of the film and the bleak commentary of social decline resonated with horror audiences in a very big way. The recent success of other foreign language films, such as Academy Award winner Parasite, can be attributed to the groundbreaking quality of films like Train to Busan, which defied language barriers and brought a good story to horror audiences. Available to stream on Netflix as of April 2020, Train to Busan follows the early stages of a zombie outbreak in Korea while passengers are confined on a train and traveling to various destinations.
Looks like South Korean director Yeon Sang-ho is currently penning a much-anticipated follow-up to his hit zombies on a train flick TRAIN TO BUSAN! This new film is currently going under the working title PENINSULA and while details at this time are short, we do know that the plan is for the film to kick off production in the first half of next year.
Aside from the zombies, there was nothing really to connect this film with the first "Train to Busan." There was no train here. There was no Busan here. There was no one from the original film that was in the cast now. This was practically a new film about zombies. I think they should not have even announced that this was a sequel to "Train" at all. That way, people will judge it on its own merits only, and not in comparison to the revered original. As a sequel though, "Peninsula" is clearly inferior compared to "Train," and did not deserve to have the original title attached to its title at all. 4/10.
Train to Busan, starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi, and Ma Dong-seok, opened in July 2016 and became a global hit, breaking not just plenty of box office records in South Korea but also raking in over $87.5 million worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo. It chronicled the chaos that ensues after a deadly virus sweeps through Korea and passengers aboard a bullet train from Seoul to the southern port city of Busan, which is ensconced from the outbreak, must fight for their survival.
Train to Busan was 2016's biggest box office hit in South Korea, beating out Captain America: Civil War. Known for its heavy action focus, the first Train to Busan eschewed slow-walking zombies for swarming hordes, often piled atop each other in creative and bloody ways as they tumble from windows and tear through train cars. An English-language remake is also in development. 041b061a72