Ashfall

Ashfall

Ashfall

North Korea and South Korea unite to prevent a catastrophic volcanic disaster from destroying the Peninsula in this actioner starring Byung-Hun Lee (A Bittersweet Life) and Dong-seok Ma (Train to Busan).

2020Rating: M, Violence & offensive language128 minsSouth KoreaKorean with English subtitles
ActionWorld Cinema
92%
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Reviews & comments

The New Paper

The New Paper

press

Ashfall does not keep viewers guessing and delivers a message that love can indeed save the day.

3.0
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South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post

press

When the ash settles, what remains on screen is the molten wreckage of a high concept crowd-pleaser that, in its efforts to be everything for everyone, ends up delivering precious little to anyone at all.

0
Korea Herald

Korea Herald

press

Ashfall is not a masterpiece by any standard, but directors Lee Hae-jun and Kim Byeong-seo managed to create a decent disaster film that is up to standard in every way, from good acting and character-building to a solid storyline and suspense.

0
The New Paper

The New Paper

press

Ashfall does not keep viewers guessing and delivers a message that love can indeed save the day.

3.0
0
South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post

press

When the ash settles, what remains on screen is the molten wreckage of a high concept crowd-pleaser that, in its efforts to be everything for everyone, ends up delivering precious little to anyone at all.

0
Korea Herald

Korea Herald

press

Ashfall is not a masterpiece by any standard, but directors Lee Hae-jun and Kim Byeong-seo managed to create a decent disaster film that is up to standard in every way, from good acting and character-building to a solid storyline and suspense.

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