‘Unstoppable’ Movie Featured Crazy, Edge Of Your Seat Thrills February 7, 2011
‘Unstoppable’ action/drama movie was recently released into theaters by 20th Century Fox two months ago. I finally got to watch it,and must say that it was a very,very good movie.
I liked this entire movie from beginning to end. It delivered a lot of “edge of your seat” scenes,along with high drama and action. The flick stars: Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson,and Kevin Chapman.
The movie is based on true events and revolved around character Frank who’s a veteran train engineer and a young conductor named Will . The two of them start off on a bumpy path, relationship wise, because Frank is a little upset that they’re giving good jobs to the new younger guys with less actual experience. However, they manage to get along good enough to get the train moving on course.
Meanwhile, a very dumb train driver named Dewey (Suplee) decides to hop out of his train while it’s still moving to pull a switch. The train ends up getting away from him with the air breaks detached and the controls set to full throttle. Railroad controller named Connie (Dawson) is made aware of the problem and tries to set some stops in place.
The unmanned,moving train gets to the point where it picks up too much speed for the stops to work. Corporate ignores Connie’s advice to try and derail the train before it makes its way to crowded towns. They try to slow it down from the front,but that fails to work,and the train starts heading for a fatal destination.
Will and Frank end up deciding to go after the unmanned train on their own. They try to stop it from the back with a single car train. However, after a huge effort to attach themselves to the train,they realize that it has way too much power for them to stop it.
They both end up climbing over train cars,pull the breaks on all the cars individually,and make their way to front to stop the train,which was full of highly flammable explosives. They were also being covered by tons of TV news stations. I really enjoyed this movie.
Unstoppable was pretty simple and to the point. A very dangerous high speed train was loose,and they needed to stop it by any means necessary. They stopped it in a crazy, intense plot that left me thinking, “Wow, that was awesome.” I gave this movie an A+ all the way.
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