The photos on Max Pixel be freely distributed with a Creative Commons Zero - CC0.You can also exhort them by inviting our photographers one cup of Coffee. UPDATE: This review was published earlier but was deleted during the server revamp. The summer movie season is the best because it’s when what remains of Hollywood’s creativity is unleashed.Yet these days, too often are they uniformly bland, even toxic in their sameness.Those few thousand people that boarded a self-sustaining train called , in what is the first of many unsubtle metaphors throughout, are humanity’s last survivors.This train grows its own food, collects, converts, and recycles water, and never stops moving.The subject-matter at play is no easy work, and Bong has a heck of a lot that he wants to say here.Subtlety is not ’s strong suit, but that’s actually a point in its favor because the film is most memorable when it’s absurdist.
And the poor have nothing to do except eat the same sludge and stew in their own filth and misery.The image was tagged: Action, Adult, Athlete, Champion, Competition. Stored in the category "People" and our contributor was tagged: Action, Adult, Checkered Shirt, Falling, Guy, Man.For a movie that takes place in the tight corridors and stuffy rooms of a locomotive, the action scenes are remarkably varied.There’s one fight staged almost entirely through a single tracking shot, one that shifts perspectives to the bad guys and makes the battle look like a videogame, and one that goes full . Whether he has to bring in a hotshot but even more needlessly evil new character halfway through the film – who gets no background and maybe one line of dialogue total, or turn entire drunken and drug-addled rave into a mob for no real reason, Bong really shows his determination to give the audience a good time. It’s that reason perhaps most of all why I think works just fine.