Man on the Train (2011)

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Man on the Train (2011). 1h 40m | PG-13

“A mysterious quiet man (Larry Mullen Jr.) arrives in the small town on a train. A poetry professor (Donald Sutherland) befriends the stranger and even takes him into his home. The man is in town to rob a bank with Sado (Graham Greene), Loco (Tony Nardi), and Max (Carlo Rota). He and the professor get to know each other as they discuss everything.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMullen is playing the strong silent type and he does it with his stone face. Meanwhile Donald Sutherland is going off. Heu0026#39;s acting for all heu0026#39;s worth with all his experience in tow. I donu0026#39;t see much in this performance for Mullen other than a lifetime of playing thugs with really short lines or playing in a really successful band. He should probably stick to the band. Sutherland is giving a lot here but Mullen isnu0026#39;t returning much. He has a flat monotone voice and stiff facial expressions. Although U2 fans may disagree vehemently. I saw the 2002 french movie, and I liked it for its attempt at a different kind of crime caper but I didnu0026#39;t love it. I have even less love for this one.”


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