Train to Busan Movie Review
"Train to Busan" Review is a suspenseful action film from director Joss Whedon. It stars Gong Yoo, who you may already know as the guy from "Xena: Warrior Princess."
A young man (Gong) and his girlfriend (played by the adorable Lee Seong-hyeon) get stuck in a train station during a zombie plague in South Korea. While Gong's girlfriend tries to survive, Gong's father is unable to find them. The situation gets worse when his wife goes missing.
Gong Yoo, playing a role that few Korean movies can play, plays the role of an investigator who has been sent to find the couple and figure out what happened to their family. He also has the added benefit of being one of the most interesting characters in the film.
So, we are going to take a look at this train to Busan movie review in the hopes that it will be a fun watch for you. We're also going to discuss what we like and don't like about the film.
We love the fact that the movie review has a good ending and a lot of suspense. It's also pretty awesome to see Gong as an investigator because he does seem like a good fit.
Best Korean Thriller MovieOverall, the Train to Busan movie review is a lot of fun. If you haven't checked it out yet, you should give it a shot before you go away to see the film. As with any movie review, there are a few things that we do not like about this one. One of them is that the actors are all over the place. They were all over the place in the previous movies that the actor was in so, while this one is not as over the top as the other ones that they've been in, it still doesn't do the character justice.
Another thing is that there were a really large amount of time spent on the background and the special effects. and those that were used were not very convincing. They were there to give the audience the effect, but it didn't give it enough.
The acting was good though. Some of the actors were a little over-acting but it seemed like it wasn't coming out of them as they said what they said. The director did have some fun with the acting and it added some flavor to the scene and it didn't ruin the plot line.
Overall, the Train to Busan movie review is an interesting one and you should give it a chance. Just make sure that you don't go into the theater expecting to have a great experience.