It’s all about the film. Joe’s not going to be the one to bail out on his best friend, Charles, even if it means going to a lonely train station at midnight to get a special scene. Even if it means working with his dad’s enemy’s daughter. Even if it means going against his dad, the deputy.
But they never get their perfect train scene.
Seconds away from the station, a car pulls onto the tracks and heads straight towards the train. There’s no time to think. The kids are running for the lives.
But it’s too late.
Their whole world is about to change.
What was in that train?
Maybe they want to know…but maybe, in all honesty, they don’t.
In My Opinion…
Recommended Viewing: Tween & Teen Movie
In a word: creepy.
In two words: Awesomely Exciting!
This is definitely a “must-watch” family movie that will keep you riveted to your seat and fighting the urge to jump a kilometre high when something jumps out from the screen. Though I wouldn’t recommend the little ones watching it, this is definitely a tween-to-teen-to-family action packed thriller, exciting enough to keep you stuffing cushions in your mouth and talking about it for days.
The graphics were excellent, the story line engaging and the actors well portrayed and multi-dimensional. Everyone is different. You’ll find yourself getting into the characters lives and the story line only minutes into the movie. There is a splattering of swear words and a few bucket loads of blood, but don’t discount it until you’ve seen it. The acting is superb. The effects are like real life. And you’ll get blown away when you see what the military has been hiding in that train.
Be prepared. There’s this part, where you’ll jump sky-high, when the–
Well…maybe you should just watch it and find out.