1 - If that alleged terrorist of the movie invited the most rich people on earth to plunder their money through 10 % of everyone's fortune, then why by any chance he invited a trivial movie star who gains just 20 million dollars every year?!! Why to bring one man who could get something near 200 thousands dollars in the same time that you already have others who could get 200 million? Extremely idiot.. and I don't mean the terrorist!
2 - This very invitation was top secret. Fine. So how about all the people who saw the guests at the railway station before they got into the train at that long one shot scene where, for instance, some fans wanted the autograph of the young singer, and the girls were just pathetically crazy about (Richard Grieco)??!!
3 - I can't believe that the stars of Hollywood's action movies are action heroes in real life. In fact, all the action stars who is that graceful and bold to the extent that they don't need any stunt doubles isn't Americans all along. Remember (Jean-Paul Belmondo) for example, and (Jackie Chan) for another. Moreover, having Mr. (Richard Grieco) as the great courageous adventurous was something not only unbelievable but also provocative!
4 - When (Grieco) and the Russian girl were above the train holding the bomb and not knowing at all what could stop it, (Grieco) said: "Let us try"!, and he was aware that if he was wrong they would go BOOOM! But he said: "Let us try", so he might be very much brave, or very much stupid!
5 - Despite that I didn't understand what was the dramatic benefit of (Grieco) killing the Russian big guy, I think that the Russian ballerina was too fat to be one in the first place! Not to mention how she was capable of climbing the train more than once! Or why does she climb? Maybe anybody meets (Grieco) becomes in need of being a hero, OR killing himself anyway!
6 - How the mobile phone mogul could stop all the bombs by the phones?!
7 - The repeating of the shots' angles, with the poorness of the set, made a visually boring pace, plus the pleasure of watching (Grieco)'s thin eyebrows for all the time also; that demands more than human patience to stand it!
8 - The movie's message, or its obvious point of view: All the eastern half of the world is dead set on being nothing but lustful (the wealthy young man from the southeast of Asia), disloyal (his twin brother), bestial rapist (the Russian guy), or terrorist that hates the west (The Turkish kidnapper), and most of them got killed at the end simply because they're too dumb, or too selfish, to survive. On the other hand, all the western characters seem smarter, braver, and despite their own weakness and defects, they can unite heroically. This kind of formula that the movie presents didn't make my day to say the least!
9 - The movie's goofs is beyond countless: the train is so slow while (Grieco) is under it to terminate the bombs, the air bag that one of the stunt doubles jumps over (as one bad guy falls from the train) was so clear and its color was white!, at the last encounter, where (Grieco) was threatening the poor terrorist, (Grieco)'s face was all covered by his long hair! Actually, he could have ended the terrorist plainly if he let him watch one of his movies, but he was that merciful!
10 - The long title; which is the worst to a degree that would make this movie historically known as bad one in a funny way!
I liked the music; it was better than the movie in some parts. And I liked the plot; it was new for a train situation's movie. But the whole movie was something that couldn't be beloved. Sometimes it gave the vibe of a porn movie. Sorry, but with the zero budget, and the zero talents, I felt powerfully like that.
Although it was like a terrorist crime in itself, but there is a good lesson to be learned from it: Sometimes many countries participate in making a poor movie, putting in mind that this one - believe it or not - was a Canadian, British, Bulgarian, and Italian production!
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