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The Great Train Robbery

The Great Train Robbery(1979)

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  • Sean Connery's Nadir

    • Bob Reuter
    • 11/24/18

    This movie was incredibly slow and painfully stretched by scenes that went on and on and on; like Connery outside the moving train doing the same things over and over. Most films with this much footage of the same thing would cut some of that to keep the film moving. Connery's own talent was not well-displayed or displayed at all. The court room scene that features a deadpan facial expression of Connery for several minutes was hardly redeemed by his "last laugh:" "I wanted the money." Did we have to spend all that time waiting for a colossal ending only to get that fizzle?

  • in search of..this movie being liked more.

    • a.morris
    • 5/12/18

    a story that had a solid plot..fine camera work..and respected acting talent. it even made an ok amount of money for the time it was released in. so of course it was fated to disappear from memory like it was on vacation with bigfoot searching for crystal skulls while located in the devils triangle while doing time share with jimmy Hoffa. pretty much sandwiched beteen jaws ..star wars.. close encounters.. animal house and others.. could have made that happen. the one thing good for it now..is people may start to value it more. not a story everyone may enjoy..but an undisputed effort was given in making it.

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