I don’t fear death.
Many people have grown tired with the A24 brand of horror. That’s how I feel about their output of science-fiction. Coldly detached characters, stark insufficiently lit interiors (I can’t see anything!), and images and plot that lack movement in a near future story about humans being replaced by either androids or AI. Similar to all those films, the technology is a vague impression of a minimalist futurism that evokes no awe but rather chooses to sulk around for 90 minutes.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The best Sandra Bullock movie until she shows up at the end.
Flaccid and flimsy action, exhausting comedy, and way too many nauseating and weightless special effects sequences. I actually like how simple the characters are except many of them are super annoying. Brad Pitt’s character made me laugh on the inside a couple of times. I liked how much of a goody two shoes he was and how he just wanted to get off that train. This might be the most accurate depiction of what it’s like to ride the train.