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Noah Rymer almost 4 years ago
really well paced heist movie, you can see where reservoir dogs drew inspiration.
Dominic Dirupo over 5 years ago
Fun caper. The real star of this is 70s New York though.
Shawn Gouralnik over 8 years ago
Very fun, fast movie. I enjoy the newer version better.
Michelle Roussell over 2 years ago
Courtney Bess 3 years ago
Issac Spicer almost 4 years ago
Marc Hyde over 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 6 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 7 years ago
Commons 7 years ago
Jim Barton 7 years ago
Jason Hammond over 7 years ago
Michelle Huang over 7 years ago
Bogi Poulsen over 7 years ago
Jarrel Montes over 7 years ago
Ronan Conway almost 8 years ago
brodie hanbuch almost 8 years ago
Jaycee Marley 8 years ago
David Rose 8 years ago
Randy Dumont over 8 years ago
The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, also known as The Taking of Pelham 123 is a 1974 American thriller film directed by Joseph Sargent, produced by Edgar J. Scherick and starring Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw, Martin Balsam and Héctor Elizondo. Peter Stone adapted the screenplay, from the novel of the same name by Morton Freedgood (under the pen name John Godey). It was remade in 1998 as a TV movie and was again remade in 2009 as a film. In New York City, four heavily armed men with code names (Mr. Blue, Mr. Green, Mr. Grey, and Mr. Brown), wearing similar trenchcoat and mustache disguises, board at different station stops (Green at 59th Street, Grey at 51st Street, Brown at Grand Central, and finally Blue at 28th Street) on the Pelham 123 subway train run of the 6 Lexington Avenue Local service. The men take the train, securing a group of seventeen passengers where they held hostage, whom they isolate in one car of the train, then disconnect this car from the rest of the train....
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