Snowpiercer, the action-packed 2014 dystopian drama, is jam-packed with evocative imagery. The train against the snowy countryside, the radically different cars on the train, as well as the battles that happen on it. Choosing a single moment for a poster is tough. Which is why artist JC Richard didn’t choose just one.
Limitless. Minority Report. Damien. Fargo. Scream. Ash vs Evil Dead. The list of movies that are now TV series goes on and on, and we have another to scrawl onto the bottom of the ever-lengthening list: Bong Joon Ho’s “dystopia on a train” thriller Snowpiercer is now Snowpiercer: The Comic: The Movie: The TV Show.
We shall never tire of analyzing Bong Joon-Ho's Snowpiercer. And now, Nerdwriter has compiled a video breakdown of the film's visual allegories. Watch how the director uses camera angles and colors to perpetuate (or challenge) the driving force of this film. Did you catch all these different layers on your first…
At first glance, Snowpiercer's premise sounds kind of bizarre. There's been an Ice Age, and the last surviving humans gather on a huge train that drives around in circles. And there's class struggle among the passengers. And yes, the resulting film is absurd. In the absolute best way. Spoilers ahead...
At long last, the acclaimed post-apocalyptic film Snowpiercer is coming to select U.S. theaters this weekend. We were lucky enough to sit down with director Bong Joon-ho for an exclusive interview, and he unraveled the movie's themes and the reasons for its unique visual style.
Let's be real, a movie about a post apocalyptic train that is speeding through the destroyed Earth struggling under a bloody class war could be... silly. But the new red-band trailer for Bong-Joon Ho's Snowpiercer shows the movie is anything bute.
First the good news: After all the drama and Harvey Weinstein's desire to trim 25 minutes of screentime and add voiceovers to Bong Joon-Ho's acclaimed adaptation of the French scifi comic Snowpiercer, U.S. audiences will get to see the film in its entirety. The bad news? These U.S. audiences are going to really tiny.
Apparently negotiations between Snowpiercer director Bong Joon-Ho and producer Harvey Weinstein have broken down, because Playlist is reporting that Weinstein refuses to release the movie in North America at all unless he gets to give it what many in the industry call "the full Blade Runner."
There's lot of new footage in this newest and but also last international trailer for Bong Joon-Ho's Snowpiercer... but also a lot of new questions. Questions like: Are the people in the front really allowed to just take the children of the people in the back? Because I can see how that would annoy them.
We've been patiently waiting the U.S. premiere of Bong Joon-ho's snow train movie Snowpiercer. But in spite of the exceedingly high praise the movie has received internationally, Weinstein is cutting the U.S. release to bits, because he thinks we're all dum-dums.
Still wondering how the whole of humanity wound up on a giant train in the middle of a frozen wasteland? Bong Joon-ho's latest trailer for Snowpiercer and CG backstory video explains (almost everything).
In Bong Joon-Ho's scifi movie Snowpiercer, the last remnants of humanity live on a single train, upper class up front and lower class in the back. This first international trailer reveals the revolution that will rock the train to its caboose, at least if Chris Evans ever figures out what time it's supposed to start.
Director Bong June-Ho has been pretty quiet about his post-apocalyptic train movie Snowpiercer, but here's nine posters that reveal the movie's extremely talented cast — and those lucky(?) remaining humans who travel the frozen planet on the movie's titular locomotive.
Tilda Swinton is all dressed up like The Last Airbender for Bong Joon-Ho's wacky post-apocalyptic snow train movie Snowpiercer, set in the future on a snow-ruined planet where humanity cruises around in a giant train divided by a wacky caste system. Very little else is known about this film other than the lower train…