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« on: November 22, 2016, 08:09:07 AM »

This is all about trains, fAst paced, with lots of action and colours and landscapes and, most of all, the spectacular collision of the two trains. So why I give it only 7/10? Because the leads are all miscast: O'Brien can't be the hero of the tale and I don't know how Kasey Rogers ever managed to get into movies. Hayden could have been given the lead, instead he is assigned a rather secondary part to which he gives nothing.


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