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A review by SWITCH.

Written by SWITCH. on August 13, 2020

Admittedly, Yeon Sang-ho's enthusiasm is infectious and, while 'Peninsula' is never as exciting as its source materials, it is kind of fun in an agreeably dumb, unpretentious way. But if Sang-ho wants people to keep stealing from him, he's going to have to stop stealing so blatantly from others. - Jake Watt

Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-peninsula-an-action-packed-but-brainless-follow-up-to-a-horror-classic

A review by Lilleman

Written by Lilleman on October 2, 2020

I had decently high hopes for this, given it is my favorite genre and Train to Busan was pretty good. However, this was a major disappointment.

The good
The plot, set four years in the future from Train to Busan and decent build-up with ok back story to most things going on. General atmosphere is also nice.

The bad
Giant plot holes, some so large and obvious it is almost impossible to enjoy the movie.

Vehicle CGI, especially the physics. It is so bad my dead dog would make it better. To make matters worse these scenes make up for an unreasonably large porti... read the rest.

A review by Leno

Written by Leno on December 1, 2020

Peninsula came amidst extremely high expectations for being the sequel of one of the best zombie movies ever. This movie is completely unrelated to its prequel, Train to Busan, so you can watch it even if haven't seen the first one. The plot follows another group who fled from Korea in a refugee boat to Hong Kong. Fast-forward 4 years, the surviving members of the group return to a deserted Korea to ransack the abandoned money. A task that should be easy, but Incheon is not as deserted as they thought it would be.

With a lot of action scenes and good visual effects, Peninsula failed in the... read the rest.

A review by Manuel São Bento

Written by Manuel São Bento on December 30, 2020

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Train to Busan is one of my favorite South Korean films ever, and I firmly defend that it's one of the best zombie apocalypse movies of all-time, maybe even the best. Therefore, I couldn't help but feel incredibly excited about another installment set in the same world. It's not a direct sequel to the original's story, but it seems to be placed just after the pandemic began. Unfortunately, it ends up being a huge disappointment.

Despite the jaw-dropping stunt work and the extremely intense ac... read the rest.

A review by 251Family

Written by 251Family on January 20, 2021

Your talking to a MAJOR Korean Film fan...Looong before Parasite.. Ive literally been mostly watching Korean films (FAR more than American content) the past several years... so I dont like saying this but this wasnt one of there better ones.. and I KNOW it has to do with the genre.... I am about as Zombied out as one can get...Train to Busan was a excellent film tho... Just wasnt crazy about this tho

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