This time, it is a need to know why is so talked about movie in town and now this film is already in its third week in the Philippine local cinema theater houses. I am familiar with Gong Yoo in his portrayal in the Korean teleserye's The Coffee Prince.
This scene is now predictable where the zombies movie theme is now on its way where the zombies are biting any human on site and turned them into mindless zombie species. The Train to Busan is the likes of Snowpiercer, World War Z, and 28 Days Later. How can we forget the Tv series Walking Dead. This brainless zombie themes are saturated, but still people cannot get enough of this kind of theme. Maybe because of the mystery of the undead.
The film has a heart and drama where the explanation of human behavior from being selfish of just thinking the "me, I and myself" to the good side of thinking others into helping. This positive aspect is a positive trait of being. Catholic and a human being perse.
In the Philippine Star columnist Scott R. Graceau in his column, The X-Pat Files, in this Sunday, September 18 as quote, "The secret of zombie movie success is that, deep inside, we like being scared witless, especially by a cinematic nightmare that seems to have no solution. The zombies never stop coming, and that's what makes them an unkillable adversary at the box office. Ironically, at times we seek just this kind of cinematic shock therapy as an antidote to the real, seemingly unstoppable and unsolvable problems in our midst in the real world." I think he is right.
Train to Busan is a very entertaining and pulse-racing suspense thriller film where it is worthwhile watching even if watching it for the nth time. In the social media, there is the humor that the making of the Train to Busan 2 is filming in the works. The film in the end, made me weep. The water in my eyes just flow due to the ending. I suggest this film to watch and know what is the fussed all about in the comparison of Train to Busan to Train to MRT.