Rails & Ties
A deadly collision between a train and car lead to an unlikely bond between the train engineer and a young boy who escapes the carnage.
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Chris G (us) wrote: With beautiful CGI and hit and miss dialogue that the series is known for, this will strike with fans of the series but few others
Shaher M (gb) wrote: A breathe taking melodic story-lines through a picturesque golden lenses in a drama along with an exquisitely harmonious soundtrack is far-fetched, but this film is a little close. Mature scenes like in which a corporate big shot scolds his lawyer, two floors in a well known hospital are full with emptiness and clichd narration and flashbacks are all just another transpacific minority comparing to "made in USA" in the credit.
Segun B (it) wrote: OK, so had to put down Half-Blood Blues so my Gal-Tab could charge up again and with so much choice it is sadly the norm these days for me to just point the ps3 remote randomly at netflix and hope for the best!! Alas, this was anything but the best. This is no Boys Don't Cry not even close to XXY. 72mins of a pointless story line with far too many cliches!! The bad girl rock chick who strangely dresses the part but is in no way convincing. The weak bird and the jealous and spoilt one...O and lets not forget the old adage about Catholic School Girls. PLEASE give me a break!!! O and wasn't there a true story based movie about a female teacher and her male Latino high school student? So not even an original story
Nao H (de) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies. Bend and snap!
Ann S (mx) wrote: excrutiatingly real. what would you do if you were joe?
Dan G (kr) wrote: this was a good western
mark C (de) wrote: worth it. Sly was a boss as usual, but different in this film. He was a fast thinking, rhyming jiving stopping clocking watching BOSS.
Michael G (de) wrote: Being a runner, I enjoyed this film and learned alot about Steve Prefontaine and Bill Bowerman and the running phenomenon that took place at the University of Oregon in the 1970's, as well as creation of Nike. The film felt a little dated, like it was made in the 1990's (which it was), and that could have been better. But a good performance by Jared Leto nonetheless.