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James Anthony Pearson,
Ultimo Pasajero (Last Passenger) is a short film about a taxi driver who is struggling to make a living until his unexpected last passenger takes his life in different direction makes him rethink his priorities.
Ramiro 'Ramir' Delgado Ruiz,
Carlos Alberto Lopez,
Michael J. Morris
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 is nothing wrong with this movie and it's a darned sight better than many others out there. Good acting, excellent FX (for it's low budget), good suspense, explosions, interesting characters - a love story & a cute kid. What more do people want?
I really don't understand the angry hate being thrown at that poor child actor - guys, he's a 7 year old CHILD! ROFL Are you expecting an Oscar- worthy performance? I actually think he did an outstanding job and was very believable unlike many of the Hollywood child-faves who so often come across as way too adult and precocious to convince me.
As for all the high-horse comments about the accuracy of certain details - come on... really? Personally I couldn't give a hoot about what trains run where or how railway couplings really work and know nothing about London's train service or how far things are from other things in jolly old England. If you do then congratulations, you know stuff I don't. But it doesn't really matter in the slightest for this movie and viewers like me don't know or care. It's fiction, roll with it, I don't know of any movie that's 100% believable or factual, not even documentaries.
Anyway - if you're looking for a light thriller that's well produced and a little different rent it and enjoy. It's not the greatest thriller ever made but it's not a bad little flick.
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