Unstoppable, a 20th Century Fox drama about a runaway train carrying a cargo of toxic chemicals. Pits an engineer and his conductor in a race against time. They’re chasing the runaway train in a separate locomotive and need to bring it under control before it derails on a curve and causes a toxic spill that will decimate a town. Source
This movie was awesome. What I really liked about it was that it was based off of true events. I don’t remember when it really happened, or ever heard about it to be honest, but it’s pretty scary to know that it did happen and what the outcome could have been had there not been a couple of smart and brave people willing to risk it all.
Going to the movies was a little different this time. Dad actually went with us, which was great. I don’t think we’ve ever all went to the movies together before, other than a drive-in theatre when we were little kids. We got there a little bit late, not enough to miss the start of the movie, just most of the previews, but I know one thing now—there’s no way in the world that I could sit in the very front and watch a movie. Chase and I ended up moving to the very back after just a few minutes. The feeling of being so close to the enormous screen felt very similar to motion sickness to me. After moving though, perfectness.
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