After an evening at the fair, a mom and her son (Jess is about 10 years old) stop for petrol on their way home. Jess fills the gas tank and then gets in the back seat. She leaves the keys ... See full summary »
A disgraced black ops agent is dispatched to a remote CIA broadcast station to protect a code operator. Soon, they find themselves in a life-or-death struggle to stop a deadly plot before it's too late.
The engine is a diesel/electric. Yet there is no engine compartment behind the drivers bay, just seats. See more »
If I had bought ticket, I could have got refund.
It's okay dad, the ambulance is coming.
You're determined to go into a hospital tonight, aren't you?
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There are mentions of the train crashing into the buffers at Hastings. There are no buffers at Hastings - it is a through station.
If there is no air pressure in the braking system, the train will come to a stop- whether air-braked or vacuum braked.
The train is a four coach train. There are no four coach diesel trains on Network Southeast/ Southern Railway. So it must be electric and in the dark pictures it look like a 4-CIG electric unit.
There is no pin in a buck-eye coupling. The coupling is a clasp under tension and so cannot be uncoupled while the train is in motion.
A conversation occurs in the passenger compartment when the train is travelling at 100 mph, but all the actors are sitting completely still
in a Southern Railway Electrical Multiple Unit !
Finally, the film was set in 2013. By that time SPAD (Signal Passed at Danger) technology was in effect across the BR Network so the train would have been stopped automatically when it failed to stop at Tonbridge.
In addition the dialogue was crap and in my view it had no convincing story line, was technically inaccurate and got nowhere near the icon of the genre (IMHO) - The Taking of Pelham 123.
Don't go and see this film
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