Railroad Tigers – A Comprehensive Review

Train to Busan was nominated for eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture. It’s a psychological thriller/love story/adventure about a haphazard relationship between an South Korean soldier and an American civilian. Sung-ho Jeon (Kwon Sung-ho) is an American soldier who lives in South Korea. Because of his trauma during the war, he was often hospitalized and was without a companion. Soon-hee (Kwon Suk-woo), a beautiful young girl from his hometown, is his first friend once he returns to the USA. They meet and fall in love, and they become pen friends.

The movie begins in the late 1980s , after the two meet in an eatery and he departs with her to return home. He returns to her home later that same day and they have a candle-lit dinner together. Their friendship is strengthened when Soon-hee tells him about her past, and he tells her about his previous experiences in the military. They go to a restaurant later in the evening, and Soon-hee is drunk. She requests him to drive her home.


The film then follows their courtship and marriage. Sung-ho is a maniac to Soon-hee with his endless questions about her background, life and love life. He also nags her with his naive thoughts about sex, which soon becomes a reality when he is arrested by Park Myung-se, the head of the Korea Railroad. Park takes Sungho into custody for trespassing near railroad tracks. But Soon-hee’s dad decides to bring charges against Soon-hee for his use of drugs, alcohol, and other crimes Park has committed against him.

Park is sentenced for two years in prison, but Park is permitted to serve a portion of the sentence in Geo jail. There, he makes friends with Baekmin, another Geo prisoner. Baek-min attempts to flee his crime, but Park takes him prisoner and releases him after serving just a few years. Park becomes friends with Ah-joo, another prisoner, while they are serving their sentence. Soon, Ah-joo finds Park attractive, and decides to help him escape from prison. But , soon the prisoner realizes that Park has returned to his criminal activities. Park is then able to escape but is re-captured by Hyung-joo, Park’s friend. Park then reveals his plan for releasing the heads of the victims of the railroad accident to them in the Geo Jail.

Park then launches his plan to take out the heads and make them weapons against criminals. Park uses his new skills to make several weapons that include a rocket launcher as well as a heavy-duty chainsaw. He soon realizes that the villains have weapons such as a handgun and an assault rifle. They’ve become an unstoppable force that appears to be unimaginable.

Park then launches his plan to liberate the remaining prisoners by shooting laser beams of light from his eyes at the criminals who are swarming along the prison walls. Park’s plan to free remaining prisoners is complicated due to the fact that the beam he releases creates massive explosions that cause injuries to both prison guards as well as criminals. The prison authorities shortly release a new batch of prisoners and transport them to their guard posts. The criminals arrive just in time to see the group of guards being killed one at a time.

Park then begins his next plan, in which he plans to shoot Kim while moving around with his new weapon. หนังเฉินหลง2017 Park does not realize that his target is a police officer who is on the move. Kim then shoots and kills the policeman and escapes. He now has full control of the railroad company because of this success. The film ends with survivors trying to escape Geo jail. Meanwhile, Park is struggling to adjust to his new surroundings after being rejected and shunning by his family. He has decided to follow his dream to become director.

Based on the highly successful Korean drama “Korean Railway Tigers” The film is another huge success, not just in Korea but all over the world. The plot is excellent and the acting is excellent and the special effects are superb. This movie will be a huge success by 2021. It has everything to be a global success!

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