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.
- Stars:Dougray Scott, Kara Tointon, Iddo Goldberg, David Schofield, Lindsay Duncan, Joshua Kaynama, Samuel Geker-Kawle,
- Director:Omid Nooshin,
- Writer:Omid Nooshin, Andy Love, Kas Graham (additional material)
A small group of everyday passengers on a speeding London commuter train battle their warped driver who has a dark plan for everyone on-board. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: A triumph of style and substance, these films are a staple in the career of everybody involved.
(us) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
(jp) wrote: Life is a terminal illness Barney Snow is a teenager that lost his memory in an unfortunate accident. Physicians begin using cutting edge techniques to try regain his lost memories. Barney finds himself in a special hospital with terminally ill children. As he begins regaining his memory, he also begins befriending some of the other patients. Can Barney coupe with his lost memories and soon to be lost friends? "He's here but he's not dying." "Then he doesn't belong here." Martin Duffy, director of Summer of the Flying Saucer, The Boy from Mercury, and Taliesman Jones, delivers The Bumblebee Flies Anyway. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and worth following. The characters are well delivered and developed and the script is creative. The acting is solid and the cast includes Elijah Wood, Janeane Garofalo, George Gore, and Rachel Leigh Cook. "Why do you use a wheel chair?" "So I don't have to walk." The Bumbleebee Flies Away aired on cable last night and the plot seemed interesting. I had never heard of this film. The overall subplot of the children of the hospital was outstanding but the end is a bit "magical" without fully explaining itself. Overall, I enjoyed this movie but it was not as good as it could have been. "I have a disease that shuts down my kidneys." Grade: C+
(au) wrote: This is the only truly accurate portrayal of middle school I've seen. On the surface it is painful, but makes you laugh the same way you would have laughed at your classmates in middle school.
(gb) wrote: a combination of Chinese cuisine and Chinese family, this film is well-acted and designed, but falls a littile behind Wedding Banquet
(fr) wrote: very good story!! i liked that?!!!
(it) wrote: Fun movie! You can barely go wrong with Joe Dante films when it comes to great special effects and decent entertainment.
(de) wrote: Latin American Magic realism and raucous free flowing humour at its best
(ca) wrote: Fairly scattered but derivative and not "that" thrilling.
(gb) wrote: The ferocity of this film holds up remarkably well, and the cultural commentary remains relevant. The unsimulated on-screen brutalization of animals is heinous and obscene, but I can't deny its effectiveness.
(nl) wrote: A genre-defying movie for sure, Onibaba seems to be a mix of period-piece, drama, thriller, and horror. What does it mean? Well, it could be a number of things. Many people consider it a comparison to the after-effects of the A-Bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, as well as the reaction of people. The cinematography is unreal for a 1964 movie, there is nothing like it. Very strange, but sure to invoke immediate discussion afterwards.