Independent British thriller starring Dougray Scott and Kara Tointon. Lewis (Scott), an overworked doctor, is on his way home from London with his young son Max (Joshua Kaynama). Clearly exhausted from his work, Lewis decides to take a nap on the train while an attractive young woman (Tointon) watches over his son. When he wakes, all but a few passengers have alighted and he realises that the train is not stopping to let anyone else off. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, Lewis goes to investigate and finds that the train has been taken over by an unstable driver who is hellbent on destroying the vehicle along with all the remaining passengers on board.
Lewis Shaler is a doctor and single father heading home with his young son Max on a late night train from London. Max accidentally causes fellow passenger Sarah Barwell to spill coffee on her coat, prompting Shaler to apologize to Barwell. The interaction is the beginning of a romantic connection between the two. Unexpectedly, the train has break-down as close to the final station. All train driver and staffs were down, there are only last few passengers on the train- one of them is Shaler. They have to find out the way to escape the train is moving with high speeds and having no brake. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: One of my favorite TV specials
(ca) wrote: The most entertaining and awesome movie of the year in Bollywood with such a unique topic.A must watch for everyone to get to know how we should actually look at GOD regardless of religion.Very well acted and brilliant comedy!!Finally one decent movie by Akshay after a series of bad stuff.
(gb) wrote: brilliant concept with weak script... one time watch
(nl) wrote: I turned this documentary off. How could you fuck this up? Seriously. I tell you how. You mix terrible animation with Rage Against the Machine playing the first five minutes during the set-up of this damned thing. Yeah, the film's about something from the '60s and RATM is playing. NICE CHOICE ASSHOLES! And I couldn't hear a damn thing cuz Tom Morello is SOLOING HIS BALLS OFF and the animation makes me want to cry. UGH!!
(us) wrote: i think all of them are good. i liked the film
(fr) wrote: All of the Carry On films get 4 or 5 stars from me.They have been a much-loved part of my life ever since I can remember.
(es) wrote: Justice league war is everything what justice league and animation suppose to look like. Its voice over is astonishing and animation was excellent !
(jp) wrote: Good performances, but the slow pacing and choppy script make this a good, but mediocre try.
(kr) wrote: Dull and ugly are two apt descriptions for this film. Instead of giving us a straightforward adaptation of the story that inspired Moby Dick, Ron Howard instead opts for an almost overly clich (C)d recounting. Acting wise, everyone does well during the primary story, especially Chris Hemsworth and Tom Holland. As for the recounting parts of the story, Brendan Gleeson and Ben Whishaw are literally wasted as exposition dumpers, opening and capping the film in an overly sentimental barrage of inspirational speeches. As for the film itself, it is extremely ugly to look at. Ron Howard opted for a mellowed out yellow/green tinge for the proceedings, perhaps to give it that old shanty tale vibe, but it becomes much more distracting than it should. That being said, the film really shines when it comes to the great white whale. Howard and the visual effects artists perfectly convey the menacing size of the beast and the vast emptiness of the open oceans that it thrives in. Unfortunately, once those bright spots are there and gone, the bad parts really start to show their faces and the film becomes almost entirely forgettable.
(mx) wrote: Julie Taymor and Shakespearean tragedy were made for each other. She captures the beauty of his work as well as the disturbing violence of it with a steady and detailed hand. Every frame is important and every square inch of the screen is used to its fullest. As with all her work Titus is visually impeccable. Stunning and horrific in equal measure. Elliot Goldenthal's score complements Taymor's visual sense mirroring the beauty and horror of the image in the soundtrack. A stellar cast complements the visual mastery, each giving fantastic performances, led by Jessica Lange's brilliant portrayal of Tamora, blending the vengeful temptress with a mother's love for her children. Overall Titus is a visual triumph and worth watching solely for the artistic value of the work. Fortunately it is more than just nice to look at with every aspect of the production working in perfect synergy.