Not Rated | | Action, Horror, Thriller
While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.
Clark Collis of Entertainment Weekly wrote that the film "borrows heavily from World War Z (2013) in its depiction of the fast-moving undead masses while also boasting an emotional core the Brad Pitt-starring extravaganza often lacked," adding that "the result is first-class throughout."
Good riddance. Always giving to others instead of to yourself. Why did you live like that? What was the point? What a load of crap.
For a train to travel to its destination over vast distances someone, usually an operator from a remote location, needs to keep the track switches on path. From what this movie depicts it is unlikely that the switch operator will stay intact long enough to make the train travel this far and still make it to its destination.
The Indian version is 117 minutes long (and a minute shorter than the original version) due to a few violent zombie shots being censored.
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