If you haven’t already seen this movie, I suggest you do so soon. It’s a remarkable film with a great cast and directed by Joon-ho Bong(The Host, Mother). It begins 17 years after the world is frozen over by some chemical that was invented and blasted into the atmosphere all over the world in order to lower the rising global warming-induced temperatures, but it backfires and drops the average global temperatures below hospitable, killing about 99.99% of the population on earth. The remaining population of humans are on a luxury train, that is run by a man named Wilfred(Ed Harris) and his miracle engine that never stops, and travels all around the frozen wasteland earth. The occupants of this train are divided into different classes, all determined by the type of ticket they purchased at the beginning, with the first-class folk being the most privileged and the stowaways being the oppressed “second-class citizens.” It stars Chris Evans(for you Steve Rogers fans out there) as Curtis, the protagonist who’s reluctant, but more than capable of leading the people that reside at the tail of the train to the front where the privileged reside and destroy the class system that has oppressed them for the past 18 years. This movie brings all sorts of emotions into the fray, from anger to sadness and back again with little room for happiness. This isn’t a movie that everyone lives happily every after though. I don’t want you to go in hoping for a Pixar ending. This movie has it’s fucked up moments and many scenes where you wish you were there to fuck shit up to those that hurt the characters that we become attached to. Overall, the movie was great. I’m surprised more people haven’t heard of it.