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A small group of everyday passengers on a speeding London commuter train battle the sociopathic driver who has a dark plan for everyone on-board.(c) Cohen Media
It (almost literally) runs off the rails with a series of twists that ultimately invite more laughs than tension.
Scott's excellent turn in this gripping indie thriller proves he can handle action roles.
Last Passenger is a good antithesis to the overloaded and cluttered action Hollywood seems to love nowadays.
Mr. Nooshin stirs a mystery that's light on special effects and bravely uncomplicated.
Omid Nooshin's sturdy runaway-train thriller chugs up a decent amount of suspense.
While Last Passenger is in the same vein as films such as Unstoppable, Speed, Joy Ride, and Premium Rush, it lacks a proper resolution and its empty thrills don't make up for its inadequate amount of substance.
Although the film, Nooshin's first feature, takes a while to become fully propulsive, it eventually puts forth an effective series of red herrings, close calls and clock-ticking action scenes.
While Last Passenger is a campy B-movie, it possesses greater aesthetic aspirations, and the film's stylistic ambition is ultimately what makes it an entertaining ride.
Altogether, this is a brilliantly done entry in the non-blockbuster suspense genre -- of which we haven't had enough lately.
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