Snowpiercer – What’s the Difference?

Snowpiercer – What’s the Difference?


100 thoughts on “Snowpiercer – What’s the Difference?”

  1. You do realize the ending of the movie is far more bleak (as bleak as the comic if not worse) when you realize that…

    Spoilers

    Polar bears are carnivores, and the two surviving kids end up staring at one before the credits roll, they are polar bear food.

  2. While I enjoy this video…its really making me want to go back and watch those videos saying Snowpiercer is a sequel to Willie Wonka.

  3. I wonder if the good folks at IGN realize how lucky they are for having Clint Gage working there.
    Top tier professional.

  4. You know. It's because of the changes, both thematic and aesthetic, that I didn't really like Snowpiercer. In my opinion the best thing to come out of the movie is the theory that it's actually a sequel to Charlie and The Chocolate Factory.

  5. Way too long between videos, Clint’s voice immediately lowers my blood pressure and I need more new stuff. Pls and thx 😉

  6. I never read the comic. But I did see the movie.

    And after seeing this comparison. I definitely have to say I like the movie better.

    But that's just me.

  7. Do you guys support the premise that Snowpeircer is a sequel to Willy Wonka? I actually liked the idea that it was and being of fan of both films it's easy to fit in my head cannon.

  8. Wow good timing. I saw Snowpiercer last summer on Netflix. If I had not watched it I wouldn’t being watching this video. And also the only reason I even know this movie existed in the first place is because I saw a video on YouTube that said the reason that Captain America covered his face with his hand in the post credit scene of the first Avengers movie was because Chris Evans had his beard that he grew for the movie 🍿

  9. Bong joon-ho is one of the most talented directors working today, so glad he’s starting to get the attention he deserves

  10. The author of the comic actually did a sequel "Terminus" that ties the film
    with the comic by including the two surviving kids from the movie.

  11. John Hurt mentioned in an interview how Harvey Wienstein forced Director Bong to cut down the movie by 20 or 30min which is why some people say its got some plotholes. I am hoping they will release Director's cut one day! another reason to hate on that swine Harvey Wienstein. :/

  12. I've heard a lot about this contained multi genre adaptation. So it's awesome to find out how it's different from the Graphic novel! Keep it up!

  13. I loved snowpiercer, except for the bug food reveal cause like…people already eat bugs and you ate a baby, like a cockroach ain't that bad. It would have been neat if they went the artificial route, when watching it the first time i thought that they were gonna say theyre eating people and even though main guy is trying to better himself he did end up a cannibal without realizing

  14. Snowpiercer was one of those awesome movies with bad marketing that fail to hit the right audience, just like Scott Pilgrim.

  15. How can you openly and blatantly ignore the Willy Wonka theme through the entire movIe? That explains all the differences; and you're just going to ignore it; like some pretentious jackasses? You really think the community is going to let you get away with that?
    Weak, irresponsible, and inconsiderate. You're part of a community fellas. It would be nice of you acted like that.🤨👎

  16. I remember my Mom got the whole family to watch the film because it starred Captain America and didn't know what the movie was. Sadly, I think I was the only one that enjoyed it.

  17. People forget that after crashing the train in the movie, the survivors see a polar bear. That's literally the last thing they see. The creature must be starving.

  18. This movie ruined Tilda Swinton for me. She's so insufferable and dies waaaay too late in the movie. I still hate her in every other movie she's in.

  19. 2:00 actually, one could argue that the soldiers and the person running the protein bar factory are the “second class”, as they provide the bridge/wall between the rich and the poor.

  20. When are we going to get a “What’s the Difference Episode” comparing Mario Putzo’s The Godfather, with the Coppola movies?

  21. I've sat watch over a flower stand tent in the nights leading up to Valentine's Day. I kept myself entertained, and wound up watching Snowpiercer on Netflix, the first movie I saw on a mobile device.

  22. I haven't read the comic but if, as you say, the tail cars are sacrificed and the train moves on, I hope those cars were somehow destroyed off the track. Otherwise the train won't run forever…. just until it circles back around where it'll crash into those cars.

  23. I honestly feel like the comic adaptation and ending is actually really cool. Although I still liked the movie and love Bong Joon Ho's filmography.

  24. Look, i like the idea of the train, Tilda Swinton was amazing, but the movie as a whole is just a convoluted clusterfuck of ideas that are laughable at best. And any criticizm you muster for the movie is instantly shot down with "you just didn't get it", "it's a masterpiece and you know nothing", "go back to watching your marvel movies, idiot!". It has lots of nonsensical scenes, many plotholes and just because it picks some mythological stuff and "emulates" them, does not make it "super deep omg the best thing ever". I guess the korean way of filmmaking does just not appeal to me at *all*.

  25. Ok, but someone has to explain to me what this fish was about. You know, the fish the faceless goon sticks his axe into. It don't understand!

  26. One of the best science fiction movies of this decade. Okja was a bit disappointing in comparison but I would hope Bong-Joon-Ho makes another science fiction movie or perhaps an adaptation of other properties/franchises. What would a sequel to Mad Max Fury Road helmed by Bong-Joon-Ho look like?

  27. I'm hoping we get adaptations of the sequel books too, but if they ever do that they should keep the bleak endings they have

  28. You guys should do What's the Difference episodes for The Brave Little Toaster, Naussica of the Valley of the Wind, The Secret World of Arietty/the Borrowers, The Secret of Nihm, Tales from Earthsea, Howl's Moving Castle, When Marnie was Here, Mary and the Witch's Flower, Stand by Me/the Body, Throne of Blood/Macbeth, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (the Jim Carrey version), Fantastic Mr. Fox, Crying Freeman, or Apocalypse Now/Heart of Darkness

  29. Im Kwon-taek. Park Chan-wook. Bong Joon-ho. Kim Jee-woon. Kim Ki-duk. Na Hong-jin. Hong Sang-soo. Lee Chang-dong. Im Sang-soo… etc
    South Korea are well ahead of the curve when it comes to home-grown talent, and have been for well over a decade now.
    The artistry that has been consistently displayed by their auteurs is absolutely next level, and has been for as long as I can remember. I am so happy that Director Bong and "Parasite" are receiving as much praise and attention that they so obviously deserve. It almost feels like a win for all of the unsung masterpieces that were deserving of the same shine.
    ✨ ❤️ 🇰🇷 🎬 ✨

  30. I think this movie is a classic a damn near perfect movie and I’m happy the director is getting the respect for his work this yesr

  31. The difference is: i didnt bring everybody and they mama in this. Its one thing for YOU to hate me, why you gotta bring everybody into our shit?🙄

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