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Two foster brothers work as transit cops. While one's life is as good as it gets, the other's is a pit. After losing his job, getting dumped by his brother, and getting the crap kicked out of him by a loan shark for the umpteenth time, He implements his plan to steal the "money train," a train carrying the New York Subway's weekly revenue. But when things go awry, will his brother be able to save him in time? Written by
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This boasts the distinction of having one of the longest sets ever constructed for a film. At over 3000 feet long, 20 feet high and four railway tracks wide, the set was roughly the same size as two Empire State building lying side by side. The original plan was to film in the real New York subway but the logistics proved too problematic. See more »
If Patterson had ordered the power shut down, the money train would have been rendered useless and made escape for John and Charlie impossible. See more »
came as soon as we could
hey, we heard over the scanners. WOO, what a mess. Look, if there's anything we could do to help
all you gotta do is ask
What are you two bags of shit doing here? You aren't cops no more
look man, we here trying to help
Hey, sweet pie. How's your cock working now that you ain't got a badge no more?
Here's what I think of *you fuck-up*
[spits in John's face]
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Written by Alexander Richbourg, McKinley Horton, Tony Hightower, Sammy Crumbley, Jason Sylvain and Ron Jackson
Produced by Richbourg
Executive Producers: Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
Performed by 4.0
Courtesy of Perspective/Savvy Records See more »
" I don't care if people die, Nothing stops the Money Train ! "
If you are seeking an exciting, dramatic movie, with everything, including the kitchen sink thrown in, you've found it. This story revolves around a special transit vehicle called the " Money Train. " The armored subway car itself belong to the New York Transit authority and is overseen by Police Chief Donald Paterson (Robert Blake). Although there are many policemen assigned to the Train units, or subway, only two are causing Paterson to become annoyed with their behavior. Officer John and his partner Charlie (Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson) are two disgruntled police officers who have discovered their chief cares more about his train and its on-time schedule, than for the public safety. With their careers all but finished, the two cops plan to rob the train. Both have reasons, but is further complicated when the two half-brothers began squabbling over their beautiful new partner Officer Grace Santiago (Jennifer Lopez). While the two brothers bicker and complain, serious problems like, muggings, pick-pockets and a pyromaniac called 'The Torch" (Chris Cooper) is causing major concerns. The movie is dosed liberally with fists fights, speed chases and explosions of the third kind, enough to called this movie dramatically exciting. Woody Harrelson gives a special tour De force but is equally confronted by Robert Blake's movie presence. This film is guaranteed to produce excitement and an adrenaline rush as audiences are subjected to the glorious trills of a run-away-train. Excellent viewing. ****
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