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THIS IS NOT A PERFECT GETAWAY. To move four million dollars of stolen money past a police roadblock, the perpetrators of a deadly bank heist use a suburban family as unwitting couriers. Now, the criminals want their money back and will stop at nothing to reclaim their ill-gotten gains.
Transit is a high-octane, explosive action thriller, from legendary action producer Joel Silver (Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, The Matrix) and After Dark Films also starring James Frain (Tron: Legacy, True Blood, Diora Baird (30 Days Of Night) and Harold Perrineau (Lost, The Matrix Reloaded)
Fasten your seatbelts, this is going to be one hell of a ride...
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Overall Transit is an enjoyable shoe string budget ($5m) taut chase thriller through the backwaters/swamps of Louisiana. The first 30-35 minutes sets up the scenario & insight into the characters relationships at an even tempo, with some injection shot tasters of what's to come. As by the 40 minute mark the film really kicks into gear, with some neat car chases , tense foot pursuits as things spill out into the swamps & exciting action confrontations. That like the backdrop are presented well with a nice few tricks that pertain nicely to the movies financial constraints, while not ruining the immersion. They're are some nice twists in the movie that you don't see coming & the character relationships within each group & crossing over maintains interest in the characters so that they aren't totally one dimensional. They're are some contrived parts of the stories progression & the usual implausible gun play elements (endless ammo etc..) , but the quicker pace by this point ensures you don't dwell on it too much.
The acting is pretty well rounded for a movie of this calibre. Jim Caviezel (Person of Interest) is watchable as ever, as the ordinary suburban Dad, Nate, pushed to extra ordinary actions to try & save his family. Ably supported by Elisabeth Röhm (Law & Order) as his distrusting wife , Robyn, who goes to bat for her family, protecting her kids, Shane (Sterling Knight -Sonny With A Chance) & Kenny (Jake Cherry -Night At The Museum). The baddies are headed up by the menacing James Frain (The Tudors) as Marek, who put's in a good contrasting performance to Caviezel. The infighting with partner in crime, Losada (Harold Perrineau - Zero Dark Thirty), adds an extra layer of controversy. Diora Baird (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) as Marek's lover Arielle & Ryan Donowho (Altitude) as the getaway driver Evers are credible enough. Along with the other few minor support roles.
In conclusion, Transit is a no frills action thriller set to the backdrop of the eye catching Bayou, that manages to entertain with well produced car chases & on foot action with the occasional battle of wits. Contains strong language & graphic violence. Recommended.
The story is simple, thieves steal 4 million dollars and want to escape across the boarder.
knowing they will be found with the loot they plant it amongst bags which belong to a family who are going away on a camping trip.
Of course they want the bag back so they intensely pursue the innocent family with violence and action along the way.
The movie swiftly moves along at a good pace with no boring bits atall and there are a couple of twists with characters I didn't see coming.
I was easily kept until the end with a decent simple storyline, overall good acting and well done action/chase scenes. The family is likeable and I couldn't help rooting for them.
No ground breaking stuff here but this was a small budget ride which succeeds in entertaining without having to think too much
Now, determined to get it back, they hunt the family.
After watching this, it turned out to be a really cool flick. Especially if someone was to watch it on a rainy day. Jim Caviezel did well in this one, just like the last flick he's done in Highwaymen. Produced by the man who gave us Lethal Weapon and Die Hard. This one was really good! Thumbs high!
Yes its formulaic. But the story line is nevertheless inviting and I thought the entire cast did a great job. Set in the Bayou - which always makes for a great backdrop - the tension was maintained throughout and even if you knew that the bad guys were in for a frustrating day, you couldn't predict the obstacles they faced from the plucky, albeit domestically fraught, innocent family fighting back.
As I alluded to, if you're in the right mood for a bit of Hollywood-inspired tension this might just fit the bill.
The crooks plant the stolen cash on the familys roof rack in a camping bag at a 'Diner-Stop because of a police road block up ahead.
The family are about to endure a terryfying episode as the theives try to get the stolen money back.
'Jim Caviezel' (Passion of The Christ) gives a electrifying performance.
This is a good movie, well worth a spin
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