Her Mother’s Daughter (Behind the Scenes): Sleeping on set!
Saving the galaxy (and trying to keep your guy from killing himself by doing stupid shit) is hard work, yo
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Snowpiercer is the first film I’ve seen since District 9 that takes the tropes of the blockbuster and transforms them into something so compelling that days after seeing it, you stop can’t thinking about it. It turns moviegoers into proselytizers: Once you’ve seen it, you can’t shut the fuck up.
It has the same DNA as the blockbuster, but unlike the last decade of summer films, it has a pulse. It’s alive, much in the same way Jaws and the original Star Wars and Jurassic Park felt alive. And it should be the blockbuster of the summer: the thing that everyone sees, that anchors discussions for weeks, a bookmark in an ever-growing stack of summers past. The summer of 2014 — that’s the summer I saw Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer.