Runaway Train Reviews

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September 7, 2020
Unpredictably cohesive elements collaborate, unveiling an intensity and underlying poignancy that come as a great surprise considering the cliché action movie title.
March 1, 2019
It's one of the most beautiful and slickly produced pieces of reactionary junk food cinema ever made, and it's glorious.
June 16, 2017
It's a great, simple story, and, in the history of action movies, ought to be considered alongside Die Hard and Speed.
January 2, 2016
A terrific mix of tightly coiled action and psychoanalysis that has no place in a genre film from the '80s, but works splendidly regardless.
February 7, 2014
A thunderous proto-Speed with exploitation trappings, it also works as an existential art movie with a serious director and a dusted-off Akira Kurosawa script.
June 23, 2011
A gripping action thriller that's also extremely well acted by Jon Voight and Eric Roberts in Oscar-nominated performances.
September 1, 2009
While RUNAWAY TRAIN does balance action and philosophy quite neatly it's still intriguing to wonder how differently Kurosawa would have handled it
March 26, 2009
Wrenchingly intense and brutally powerful, Andrei Konchalovsky's film rates as a most exciting action epic and is fundamentally serious enough to work strongly on numerous levels.
March 2, 2008
Highly unusual drama with single premise: survive the runaway train. A metaphor for us all.
January 5, 2007
February 9, 2006
Somehow one leaves aside the blatant implausibilities, the coincidences, even Eric Roberts, and takes great pleasure in a breakneck ride to the end of the line.
July 14, 2005
May 12, 2005
You'll be on the edge of your seat....until it stops
April 6, 2004
February 6, 2004
November 15, 2003
August 22, 2003
July 25, 2003
O vilo caricato demais, mas Eric Roberts e Jon Voight tm boas atuaes. Alguns momentos so eletrizantes, mas outros, apenas bobos.
June 14, 2003
May 24, 2003
Dominated by a massive performance from Voight, this is a cracking action movie that stays on track to the end of the line, en route turning its monstrous protagonist into a brutal anti-hero.
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