Train to Busan
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While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.... (Full plot summary below)

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While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.

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Combustible Celluloid - 9/10 by Jeffrey M. AndersonOften it's the simplest ideas that are the most ingenious. Get this one: zombies... on a train. That's it. Ingenious. And, amazingly, the South Korean film 'Train to Busan' gets just about everything right with this scenario.
Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Clark CollisReally, the result is first-class throughout.
Starburst - 9/10 by Jonathan AndersonThis is the film that World War Z could have been.
Cinema Crazed - 9/10 by Felix Vasquez Jr.It's a vicious and blood soaked zombie film with heart, humanity, and rich characterization.
La Jornada - 9/10 by Leonardo Garcia TsaoThe greatness of a fantastic film is measured in its capacity of delirium and Yeon achieves it in the climatic actions. [Full review in Spanish] - 9/10 by Aakash KarkareSince almost all of Train to Busan takes place inside railway compartments, comparisons to South Korean auteur Bong Joon Ho's English language debut Snowpiercer are inevitable. That is where Train to Busan comes up short.
We Got This Covered - 9/10 by Matt DonatoTrain To Busan is so much more than "Zombies On A Train." - 9/10 by Rich ClineThis is one of the most breathless action thrillers in recent memory, propelling the audience through its story at the same breakneck speed as the bullet train on which it takes place.
Salt Lake Tribune - 9/10 by Sean P. MeansThe scares would mean nothing, though, if Yeon also didn't invest some heart into the characters... That dose of humanity propels Train to Busan beyond the usual meat-grinder horror fare.
The Telegraph - 8/10 by Rebecca HawkesAn emotional pounding this brutal leaves you yearning for a little softness, and by the time the film’s ending rolls around, a scene which by rights should be overly sentimental...feels not only allowable, but blissfully, cathartically welcome.

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