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Snowpiercer (2013) Review

Snowpiercer (2013) Review

Hell everyone! WHITE FLASH here with another review and today’s review will be over the Joon-Ho Bong film Snowpiercer starring Chris Evans, Ed Harris, John Hurt, and Jamie Bell. 659 more words

Why are Fox so apprehensive about people seeing previews of Fantastic Four?

We now have answers as to why Fox may be apprehensive about folks seeing just: what is up with their Fantastic Four reboot, yet? 273 more words

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Review: Snowpiercer


There are little gems like these that never get the attention they deserve. Luckily I got around to watching it today!

Chris Evans is Curtis, a passenger onboard a highly sophisticated bullet train that travels over the globe. 446 more words

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Snowpiercer - Review

Snowpiercer (2013)

Director: Joon-Ho Bong

Stars: Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton, Kang-ho Song, John Hurt and Ed Harris

About 2-3 post apocalyptic films are released every year, and usually they aren’t worth talking about. 751 more words

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Snowpiercer Coming to Blu-Ray/DVD October 21st

One of the best reviewed films of the year, Snowpiercer, will be out on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 21st. The film, which is directed by Bong Joon Ho, stars Chris Evans, John Hurt, Ed Harris, Kang-ho Song, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, Octavia Spencer, Ewen Bremner, Ah-sung Ko, Alison Pill, Luke Pasqualino and more. 162 more words

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[Critique vidéo] Filth de Jon S. Baird

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Review; 'Snowpiercer' (2013): Chris Evans leads the revolution in this gorgeous Korean sci-fi film.

Snowpiercer is one of those movies that includes a vastly mainstream cast but at its heart it wants to be an arthouse film. For those of you that may not know what ‘arthouse’ means, it’s a term to describe a film made for the sake of art itself  and is directed at a niche audience rather than a mainstream one. 1,229 more words

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