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Start out a bit slow. You think the ending will be predictable and it seems to be going that way, but the last 20 minutes really pulls it together and makes for a creepy ending.
Fair movie- has its parts
Interesting psychological film. Plenty of information is left in the dark, but it does most of what it sets out to do.
It is important to keep in mind the style of Seth Rogan's humor when coming into this movie as it will not suit everyone. The film's topic of Kim Jong- un and North Korea raised some controversy but I would say that the film is straightforward with no more purpose than to entertain (and make money). That being said, The Interview does what it sets out to do and ends with an amusingly gruesome ending.
Snowpiercer is a genuine sci-fi film with a capricious storyline, developed characters, and fierce, circumambient battle scenes. Years after a failed global-warming experiment leads to another ice age, the poor who live on the back cabins of the Snowpiercer begin a revolution which makes for a wild train ride.
Overview of Plot (Wiki): In 2014, an attempt to counteract global warming through climate engineering catastrophically backfires, resulting in an ice age so severe that nearly all life on Earth is killed. The only survivors are the inhabitants of the Snowpiercer, a massive train powered by a perpetual motion engine that travels a globe-spanning track, created by the transportation magnate Wilford. The elites inhabit the extravagant front train cars and the poor inhabit the tail in squalid conditions under watch by Wilford's guards.