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Unstoppable (2010)

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A runaway train, transporting deadly, toxic chemicals, is barreling down on Stanton, Pennsylvania, and only two men can stop it: a veteran engineer and a young conductor. Thousands of lives hang in the balance as these ordinary heroes attempt to chase down one million tons of hurtling steel and prevent an epic disaster.

Director: Tony Scott

Release Date: 2010-11-04
Status: Released
Run time: 98 min / 1:38
Budget: $100,000,000
Revenue: $167,805,466
Production Companies : Prospect Park, Scott Free Productions, Firm Films, Millbrook Farm Productions, 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2010-11-04
Status: Released
Run time: 98 min / 1:38
Budget: $100,000,000
Revenue: $167,805,466

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Denzel Washington
as Frank Barnes
Chris Pine
as Will
Rosario Dawson
as Connie
Ethan Suplee
as Dewey
Kevin Corrigan
as Inspector Werner
Kevin Chapman
as Bunny
Lew Temple
as Ned
T.J. Miller
as Gilleece
Jessy Schram
as Darcy
David Warshofsky
as Judd Stewart
Andy Umberger
as Janeway
Elizabeth Mathis
as Nicole
Meagan Tandy
as Maya
Dylan Bruce
as Michael Colson
Jeff Hochendoner
as Clark
Ryan Ahern
as Ryan Scott
Christopher Lee Philips
as Baker
Kevin McClatchy
as Hoffman
Toni Saladna
as Galvin's Assistant
Patrick McDade
as Captain Allen


Directing Tony Scott Director
Writing Mark Bomback Writer
Production Julie Yorn Producer
Production Tony Scott Producer
Production Mimi Rogers Producer
Production Eric McLeod Producer
Production Alex Young Producer
Production Chris Ciaffa Executive Producer
Production Rick Yorn Executive Producer
Production Jeff Kwatinetz Executive Producer
Camera Ben Seresin Director of Photography
Production Denise Chamian Casting
Editing Robert Duffy Editor
Editing Chris Lebenzon Editor
Art Chris Seagers Production Design
Art Julian Ashby Art Direction
Art Drew Boughton Art Direction
Art Denise Hudson Art Direction
Art Dawn Swiderski Art Direction
Art Rosemary Brandenburg Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Penny Rose Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Edouard F. Henriques Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Stacy Horn Costume Supervisor
Sound Harry Gregson-Williams Original Music Composer
Sound William B. Kaplan Production Sound Mixer
Sound Nerses Gezalyan Sound Mixer
Camera Robert Zuckerman Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Yolanda Toussieng Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Danny Moumdjian Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up Wyatt Belton Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Larry M. Cherry Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Diane Dixon Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Diane Heller Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Carl Fullerton Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Rachel Kick Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Sandra Linn Koepper Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Debi Young Makeup Artist
Crew Mark Mahoney Tattooist
Costume & Make-Up Natasha Ladek Wigmaker
Art Carla S. Nemec Art Department Coordinator
Art Christina Romney-Glotzer Art Department Coordinator
Art Mike Villarino Construction Coordinator
Art Dale DeStefani Construction Coordinator
Art Eugene McCarthy Property Master
Camera John T. Connor Camera Operator
Camera Darin Moran Camera Operator
Camera Martin Schaer Camera Operator
Camera John Skotchdopole Camera Operator
Camera Mark Meyers Steadicam Operator
Camera Michael Wahl Dolly Grip
Camera Ralph Del Castillo Dolly Grip
Lighting Jack English Gaffer
Lighting Scott Sprague Lighting Technician
Lighting Simone Perusse Lighting Technician
Lighting Joshua Stern Rigging Gaffer
Lighting Pat Dames Rigging Grip
Lighting Skip Haswell Rigging Grip
Lighting Dan Jarrell Rigging Grip
Crew Jason Schugardt CG Supervisor
Crew Bret St. Clair CG Supervisor
Visual Effects Michael Shelton Lead Animator
Visual Effects Duane Floch Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Visual Effects Diana Cheng Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Elayaraja Visual Effects Coordinator
Crew Jose Marra Visual Effects Editor
Crew Kosta Saric Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Kimberly Covate Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Paul O'Shea Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects John Frazier Special Effects Supervisor
Crew Joe Pancake Special Effects Coordinator
Crew Bruno Van Zeebroeck Special Effects Coordinator
Sound Mark P. Stoeckinger Supervising Sound Editor

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  • The freight train pulls out of a siding with no engineer on board and accelerates to 70 m.p.h., and you see how Tony Scott's "Unstoppable" gets its title. The movie is as relentless as the train, slowly gathering momentum before a relentless final hour of continuous suspense. In terms of sheer craftsmanship, this is a superb film.

  • UNSTOPPABLE promises to bring families and communities together with a big picture view of how we can live victorious lives in the face of adversity, changing our world for good.

  • UNSTOPPABLE is very recommended and is a film that really needs to be watched on the big screen in a cinema that has really good surround sound to get the full benefit of the camera work and soundtrack.

  • J ust two guys. That's all. Just two regular guys, railroad employees, each with a big heart, an enormous concern for passenger well-being, and a pair of balls the size and weight of Saturn's moons.

  • Unstoppable movie reviews & Metacritic score: An unmanned runaway train is carrying a cargo of toxic chemicals. An engineer and his conductor find themselves...

  • Unstoppable is a book about Harrison, an orphan who has been to many foster homes and usually got treated badly at all of them. When his previous foster father beat him with a belt buckle, he struck back.

  • They meant the movie was unstoppable! The train had about 10 instances where it could and would have been stopped and ended the movie. The first time was about 15 minutes into the movie.The automatic air brakes would have deployed as soon as the line was broke.