A Los Angeles District Attorney (Gene Hackman) is attempting to take an unwilling murder witness (Anne Archer) back to the United States from Canada to testify against a top-level mob boss. Frantically attempting to escape two deadly hit men sent to silence her, they board a Vancouver-bound train only to find the killers are on board with them. For the next 20 hours, as the train hurls through the beautiful but isolated Canadian wilderness, a deadly game of cat and mouse ensues in which their ability to tell friend from foe is a matter of life and death.
Writer:Peter Hyams (screenplay), Earl Felton (earlier screenplay), Martin Goldsmith (earlier story), Jack Leonard (earlier story)
The movie tells the story of a Los Angeles deputy district attorney who is sent to protect a woman who accidentally witnessed a Mafia murder from hit men while traveling through the Canadian wilderness aboard a train. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Russell R (br) wrote: Corny TV action drama, watch it if you have spare time only
Hafsa T (ag) wrote: First part was waaaaayyy better than this one !
Hugo G (kr) wrote: Excellent performance by Kate Beckinsale as well as a very intriguing story about different type of battles.
Tim C (kr) wrote: From the title, I thought this documentary was simply going to be about the Apple Macintosh. However, it really is a brief history of the Apple Computer company, from its humble beginnings in a garage, to the return of Steve Jobs as CEO. As someone who used to own an Apple II, I did enjoy the trip down Apple's Memory Lane, however the documentary is definitely lacking in several areas. There are no first-hand interviews with Woz or Jobs (BIG surprise there!). The production values are mediocre. And the film simply reeks of Apple fanboy-ism. I wish the filmmakers would have had the guts to ask some tougher questions of their interview subjects, but it??s obvious that they chose not to cast too critical of an eye on the company. And that is a shame since the history of Apple Computer is such fascinating subject matter.
Jake F (fr) wrote: Saw it opening day. I laugh so hard every time i see it. Ben Stiller is so funny. Touche.
Kim B (gb) wrote: This was one of my favorite movies as a teenager. I had the biggest crush on Craig Sheffer forever! Virginia Madsen look absolutely radiant in this movie, this is one of her first roles. Love story about 2 teens-one is a Catholic school girl, the other a juvenile delinquent. They fall in love and try to see each other despite their very opposite lives. The sound track is good and it is a shame this movie is not on DVD. It is very hard to find but I am totally thrilled to see this is on Netflix Streaming. I think I am going to watch it again tonight for the first time in years.