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Unstoppable (movie)

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Haven't seen the movie yet, but it sounds like alot of hollywood hype about the Toledo incident of a few years ago. Not as exciting as in the movies.

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as far as graff, shit had glimpses of rime's stuff and thats it. the movie was a good action thriller overall..

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For me, since i was born in a family full of train heads and always having model trains ever since i was born. So i actually loved the movie, even though the graff in the film was kinda disappointing you still got a glimpse of some real tight right pieces. Personally i love everything about trains so if you are like me then you will love the movie.

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This was so "Hollywoodized" it wasn't funny. First the real story happened in Ohio, not PA, second the train that got away was only hauling 4 cars, none of which had hazardous chemicals, (I think one had pvc pellets in it. It ran over flat farm land and the top speed it hit was 35-40mph. About the only tre thing was how it got away from the yard.

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I enjoyed the film. It was as advertised pretty much - Action movie involving a freight train that wouldn't stop. I would have liked to see more graffiti, but regardless, I was still entertained.

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This was so "Hollywoodized" it wasn't funny. First the real story happened in Ohio, not PA, second the train that got away was only hauling 4 cars, none of which had hazardous chemicals, (I think one had pvc pellets in it. It ran over flat farm land and the top speed it hit was 35-40mph. About the only tre thing was how it got away from the yard.

 

 

If they hadn't hollywoodized it, it would've been a shitty, 6 minute movie. If it was a documentary, then that's one thing. But it was a movie that was based on an event, not about the actual event.

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awww thers no graffiti its not 100% accurate blah blah. its a movie. crybaby ass babies.

 

its not a fucking graffiti video calm down. hahaha

 

although it is nice to see your shit on a tv show or movie.

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The best part of the movie was the end, where the guy who caused the accident is now "working in the fast food industry".

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