'Unstoppable' Movie Review
I really enjoyed every moment of this movie until the very end. It brought tons of thrilling excitement,along with good drama and action. The film stars: Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson,and Kevin Chapman.
"Unstoppable" is based on actual events and centered around veteran train engineer Frank (Washington) and a young conductor named Will (Pine). They start off with a bumpy relationship as Frank is a bit upset that they're giving all the good jobs to the new younger guys. Eventually, they manage to get along well enough to get the train moving on its course.
Dewey who is an irresponsible train driver decides to hop off the train he's in while it's still moving so he can pull a switch. The train gets away from him while the air breaks are detached and the controls are set to full throttle. Railroad controller Connie is quickly made aware of the problem,and makes phone calls to set some stops in place.
However, the train picks up too much speed for the stops to work. Corporate ignores Connie's advice to derail the train before it makes its way to dangerous,crowded town areas. They end up trying to slow it down from the front. Unfortunately, that fails to work,and the train starts heading for a major disaster.
Frank and Will make a heroic decision to go after the train in an effort to attach and stop it from the back with a single,car train. After a high intense chase to attach the car to the train,they find out that it has to much power for them to stop it,and that's when the real action begins.
The two of them climbed over train cars,pulled the breaks on every car individually,and finally got to the front of the train to stop it. And they were,of course, being covered by lots of TV news stations. I really dug this movie. It was highly entertaining.
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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