Peninsula (2020) 1080p

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Action | Horror
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
116 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Sang-ho Yeon [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Peninsula takes place four years after the zombie outbreak in Train to Busan. The Korean peninsula is devastated and Jung Seok, a former soldier who has managed to escape overseas, is given a mission to go back and unexpectedly meets survivors.


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Too ambitious, too long - and no train.

It is 4 years after the events of (the excellent) first film and a large part of the Peninsula has been quarantined.A group of petty criminals are sent in to retrieve a truck full of booty from the zombie infested zone where they bump into the survivors of the plague who have gone all "Hearts of Darkness"

This is basically a duller version of Mad Max Thunderstorm on a fraction of the budget.The action relies on a lot of poor CGI and is very uninspired.The characters are flat, dull stereotypes and spend their time casting long, dull monologues at each other.

This film is much too long and everything that happens you will see a mile off.Like a lot of badly written apocalypse films the zombies are terrifying - until that becomes inconvenient then they are useless.

It is such a shame as the first one is such an excellent film

Train to Nowhere

The unfortunate truth of this sequel is that it has absolutely nothing of what the original movie had. There is no real emotional connection with the main characters.

They rely on horrible CGI way too much which really takes you out of the scenes when all the car scenes and most of the zombies just look so fake.

And as for the car scenes, for a moment I thought I was watching the wrong movie and was actually watching a Fast & Furious zombie sequel.

To sum up, the plot is simplistic and ridiculous, the action scenes are for the most part lacklustre, there is no real connection from us the audience for the characters, though they heavy handedly try their best, unsuccessfully I may add, and the CGI is horrid.

Not Recommended.

I came back to lower my rating

I lowered my rating from a 3 down to a 1.

Worst movie of 2020 by a wide margin. Terrible acting, terrible story, terrible CGI (special mention, worst CGI I've ever seen), terrible everything.

I loved the first film, I hated the second. The first film had a small budget & a big heart, the second had a big budget and wastes 94 minutes of your life. I would have preferred to spend that time counting the leaves on my nectarine tree.

Gosh damnit.
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