A man is supposed to guard a shipment of diamonds being sent by rail. But a man robs the train and kills the men guarding the diamonds. The robbers derail the train and hope to get away ... See full summary »

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Ryan
Bentley Mitchum ...
Weaver
Michael Anthony Rosas ...
Salazar
Jaime Anstead ...
Marina
George Stanchev ...
Wizard
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Crystal
Nikolai Sotirov ...
Carlos (as Nikolay Sotirov)
Ivaylo Geraskov ...
Sikorski (as Ivailo Geraskov)
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Ventzislav Kisyov ...
Rodriguez (as Ventzislav Kisiov)
Atanas Srebrev ...
Jeff
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Jodi
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Arthur
Elena Markova ...
Gloria
Jordan Rollins ...
Javier

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A man is supposed to guard a shipment of diamonds being sent by rail. But a man robs the train and kills the men guarding the diamonds. The robbers derail the train and hope to get away with their crime. The robbers get caught in Mexico and are sent to prison by rail. The robbers take over the prison train they are on. Will these robbers get away with their crime or will the bodyguard kill all of the robbers and reclaim the train? Written by JesseWoodsonJames14

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Action | Thriller

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Rated R for language and non-stop violence | See all certifications »
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25 February 2003 (USA)  »

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Comboio da Morte  »

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Weaver: [grabbing diamonds] Ohhh...if I were a bitch, I'd cry...!
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Edited from Operation Delta Force (1997) See more »

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Justified
Written by Rick Garcia and Gina Amador
Performed by Rick Garcia
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Horrific
25 May 2003 | by (London) – See all my reviews

This is possibly the most horrific film in history. (Maybe even worse than 'The Mummy Returns')

The special effects looked like they were compiled in Microsoft Paint. Horrendous. The acting was incredible. The thought that these people were actually being paid for this is incredible. The gun fights were about as sharp as Ade Akinbiyi's shooting, were they actually pretending to aim for people or aiming to miss?

Could they not afford extras? One moment there were three people sat in the back of a carraige and within minutes all the "terrorists" had forgotten they were there.

And what was with the mexican train driver? Surely this was a joke. Or do all mexican train drivers listen to that music whilst swigging tequila?

This was entertaining, almost as entertaining as guessing where the train would be in the next scene. Speeding across a bridge, rolling into a station, standing still in the middle of the woods?


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