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Will Colson (Chris Pine) is on the first day of his new job
as a conductor on a train line. Frank Barnes (Denzel Washington) is an
experienced train conductor near retirement. It’s Will’s first day on the job
and it comes complete with rookie hazing. Meanwhile, in another town but on the
same track, Dewey (Ethan Suplee) and Gilleece (T.J. Miller) have screwed up to
move a train to another track. In attempt to avoid a collision with some
children on a school field trip, the train now becomes an unstoppable coaster
running through town to town.
Now with the coaster on the loose, numerous experts and
advisors have begun to make plans to stop the unmanned train. With millions of
dollars possibly lost in damages, Galvin (Kevin Dunn) seems to have no interest
in stopping this train to save his company some money believing all civilians
are expendable. Connie (Rosario Dawson) on the other hand is trying to do
whatever is necessary in order to save lives.
Unstoppable is fun and very intense, with suspense on how
this train will be stopped and the different numerous attempts that are used
throughout the film. The train will have you holding your breath through
different scenes not believing what just happened as it’s on its destructive
rampage. Not much acting is needed in this film as Denzel shares the starring
role on train 7012 with Chris Pine.
Now that we are in the holiday season and 2010 is almost
coming to a close, we already know what’s left in the year. Unstoppable is
worth a watch especially if you’re an action and suspense fan. Get your popcorn
ready because the train has already started rolling.