At first, Unstoppable felt more tedious than exciting. The film simultaneously elicited two different answers from me: my mind was telling me I was getting tired of it (and of all the train lingo), while my heart was beating increasingly faster, racing even. But this above-average action thriller steadily won me over, what with its vivid cinematography and fast pace. The clumsy camerawork is a bit of a turnoff, but old-fashioned entertainment prevails.
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