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Train to Busan 2 Peninsula 4K 2020 KOREAN Ultra HD 2160p
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Train to Busan 2 Peninsula 4K 2020 KOREAN Ultra HD 2160p

Country: South Korea
Genre: Thriller, Action
IMDB: 5.4
Producer: Sang-ho Yeon
Cast: Dong-Won Gang, Jung-hyun Lee, Re Lee, Hae-hyo Kwon, Min-Jae Kim, Gyo-hwan Koo, Do-Yoon Kim, Ye-Won Lee, Daniel Joey Albright, Si-Won Cha, Pierce Conran, Geoffrey Giuliano, Christopher Gordon, Yeon-hee Hwang, So-yeon Jang.
Train to Busan 2 Peninsula 4K 2020 KOREAN Ultra HD 2160p

4 years have passed since the events of the first part. A group of survivors of the zombie apocalypse are trying to get out of a country where the virus is still raging. In addition to the living dead, the heroes will also have to face a certain military group.

The second part is directed by Yong Sang-ho again.

Train to Busan 2 Peninsula 4K Review
When a zombie virus outbreak began in South Korea, the military man Han Jong-sok tried to take the family of his sister - her husband and small child - from the Korean Peninsula. Only on the ship, heading first to Japan, and then to Hong Kong, it turned out to be infected, and only one son-in-law was left of Han Jong-suk's family. Several years pass, the hero is interrupted by occasional part-time jobs in Hong Kong, when he is offered a dangerous, but very profitable business - to quickly float to Korea, pick up a truck with money (the zombies don't need money anyway) and come back. Han Jong-sik agrees, but on the spot, of course, problems arise: the former military, and now bloodthirsty bandits, seize the car and bring the prisoners to their base, where the deadly battles of the unfortunate prisoners with zombies are held.

Russian cinemas are just opening (and that is by no means in all cities), but, of course, the audience - scared by the pandemic, and who just managed to get out of the habit of theatrical experience - needs to be lured there with something else. The second "Train to Busan" has almost single-handedly brought the cinema industry back to life in its homeland, South Korea, and here it is clearly emerging as the main tent floor of the moment. And all this despite the fact that the first part in the Russian Federation failed miserably - thanks to "Parasites", distributors are no longer afraid to make big bets on Asian cinema. To what extent this is specifically justified in the case of "Peninsula" is the tenth question.

Director Yong Sang-ho amazed the world in 2016 with his "Train to Busan" - a truly outstanding, kinetic, driving zombie action game that reminded that even now a movie about confronting the walking dead can be exciting and fresh. In the same year, he released Seoul Station, an animated spin-off of Train, much less successful and almost completely overlooked. Even then, Yong outlined his author's approach to his own created universe - he is not interested in repeating the successful formula of "Busan", instead he tries to look at the same world from different angles, in different genres, intonations and styles.

"Peninsula", in fact, is another such spin-off - it has no "Train" or "Busan" in its name in the original, just as there are no trains or Busan in local history. This is a movie about completely different characters, made with completely different, almost diametrically opposite creative tools. If the original picture was a chamber action with elements of social satire (a train as a class ladder is generally a favorite metaphor of Korean directors), then Peninsula is already a post-apocalyptic blockbuster about redemption. He has more in common with any The Last of Us or, quite obviously, with "Mad Max" than with his predecessor.

Moreover, Peninsula has completely different ambitions. Narrow train cars were replaced by wide streets, hordes of zombies and car action. The film really wants to be the same "Mad Max" - not the last, so at least the second: the climactic battle between good and evil will also take place behind the wheel of a car, and in general, transport plays a key role for the action. Only here Yong Sang-ho makes a fatal mistake - he shoots the chases entirely with the help of CGI, and the disgusting one: the cars here seemed to be animated by a person who had never seen them in his life. This could work if the cars drawn on the computer flashed a couple of times during the film in some routine scenes - well, what can you do, we understand that the budgets are not at all Hollywood. But when whole long action scenes are built on frames that look

And a completely working scenario - albeit with an incomprehensible overdramatic origin (not that atypical for Korean cinema, but rather inappropriate for zombie action) and too obvious setups - as a result, merges with terrible plastic performance. "Peninsula" is technically poorly made, and there can be no excuses here - this is not the case, say, "Machete" or "Spy Kids" by Rodriguez, where the archaism of special effects was due to aesthetics. No, Yeon Sang-ho makes movies with an extremely serious face, the movie is harsh and in theory, hyper-realistic. And at the same time it looks like real cheap trash. It would be worth opening such cinemas only if they were closed for 100 years, streaming did not exist, and people could be surprised simply by the fact that some pictures are moving on the screen. Otherwise, I'm afraid it won't work.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
Korean: Dolby Atmos
Korean: Dolby TrueHD 7.1
Korean: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English-SRT, English-PGS.

File size: 22.1 GB


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