Last Passenger


Action / Mystery


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May 9, 2013 at 10:25 pm



Dougray Scott as Lewis Shaler
Kara Tointon as Sarah Barwell
Iddo Goldberg as Jan Klimowski
David Schofield as Peter Carmichael
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756.66 MB
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1hr 37 min
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1hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lexygabrielle 9 / 10

Really great movie

One of the nicest movies I've seen lately. All I can say is that I don't understand why this great movie is under rated. It should deserve a higher rating, in my opinion. It is exciting, full of suspense, great acting and a good script, keeps you wondering all the time. You keep thinking about who is responsible,someone appears strange, then someone else, and so on. A very unusual situation is presented, one that could actually happen to you and it makes you wonder. What would I do? It also has some comedy, some romance, not to mention plenty of action. And of course, suspense. In all, I think you will enjoy it. Absolutely worth your time.

Reviewed by blanche-2 8 / 10

Have to say...

Lately I haven't been able to concentrate on most movies. I finally decided that I had seen so many films that my Netflix list had moved into second and third tier films. While "Last Passenger" isn't the be-all and end-all of action/adventure films, it was certainly entertaining and exciting.

Most of these types of films, including high-end James Bond movies, have pretty preposterous plots and action sequences. It's been pointed out that this film is very inaccurate as far as the mechanics of trains, the train stops on this particular line, and today's fail-safe mechanisms. The average person doesn't know that.

This is a wild film, highly improbable, and thrilling, with attractive stars Dougray Scott and Kara Toinin. The ruggedly-handsome Scott does a job as a loving father determined to protect his son, and Kara Toinin is both gorgeous and sympathetic. The two have great chemistry. Lindsay Duncan, whom I saw in person in Private Lives, is a marvelous actress. Though she has a small part here, she's wonderful and classy. I enjoyed all the acting, even if the little boy here is no Leonardo di Caprio in the making.

I get a little tired of people criticizing films as if, for instance, a movie like this is supposed to be Citizen Kane when it isn't. I don't understand taking a film apart frame by frame and criticizing it, unless, of course, it's a boring, horrid, pretentious film. However, no one seems to do that with boring, horrid, pretentious films. When I look at IMDb reviews, those are the films that are hailed as "classics" that "demand multiple viewings." Well, David Lynch movies might demand multiple viewings, but others don't -- by me, anyway, since often I can't through five minutes of them. Sometimes it's enough that a film is fast moving, entertaining. where one cares about the characters.

So there, I liked it. Chacun a son gout.

Reviewed by barry-steers 6 / 10

A perfectly good movie, ignore some idiots on here

I have just watched this movie and although it's never going to be a classic I considered it a perfectly good watch for its 1hr 36 minutes. The premise of the movie is not original nor is the progression right through to the end but as a complete movie it delivers most respectfully. Naturally you will get the anorak geeks on here slating the movie for technical inaccuracies but if I wanted to know the exact workings of a train I'd not have any friends and sit on a train platform with a Thermos of tea and a note pad like these 'Billy-No-Mates' do. For normal people I want to just be immersed in a film for 1.5 hours. I thought the acting was OK and contrary to one reviewer from Bermuda, Dougray Scott's voice is clear and not a mumble, nor is is it a strange accent. Typical of someone not from the UK thinking all Scots should sound like either Billy Connolly or Mrs Doubtfire! Yes I sound like Dick Van Dyke from Mary Poppins because I come from London! All in all a good film to pass an afternoon with.

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