I had fairly high hopes for this movie; the cast seemed hopeful, especially Daisy Ridley and Willem Dafoe. But sadly, it did not meet these expectations. It wasn’t awful, it just really wasn’t great. The story kept me interested, but the portrayal didn’t compete. I found myself snoozing off and fighting droopy eyes throughout much of the middle of the movie, and no, I wasn’t even tired. It, however, was really pretty. The graphics of the train were very realistic, and made the story seem more realistic. The camera shots within the train were also intriguing. I found myself reminiscing on Wes Anderson’s different train shots and angles, but that may just be because I’m a big fan. All in all, I would not advise seeing this movie in theaters…it’s adequate for a late night Starz watch on the couch, but not worth $10.50.