She all but steals her own pat scenes, especially in one tense exchange she has with Chris Cooper playing a not-so-nice fellow who pushes people onto subway platforms, a reality among New York strap-hangers. Two foster brothers work as transit cops. That the action scenes on the subway platforms for anyone who is actually acquainted with riding the subways in New York City are as implausible as ever and only convey the type of hyper-masculinized action that makes superheroes of its actors, but who really cares? So let's see how I can dive into this pool without hitting a hard surface. It's okay to suspend disbelief, but a movie like this should at least have an air of plausibility. The movie itself is kind of good. It turns fairly serious after about 45 minutes and is generally down hill all the way after that.
Grace and John burn up the bed sheets with hot torrid love scenes. One of the two is by default a loose cannon and drives the plot with his antics. But when things go awry, will his brother be able to save him in time? Written by Goofs Although nobody is changing the power settings on either train the B train's driver is maintaining full speed and nobody is at the controls of the money train , for no reason the money train surges forward to collide forcefully with the B train six separate times, artificially creating the need for a device to stop the repeated collisions. But when things go awry, will his brother be able to save him in time? Synopsis Two foster brothers work as transit cops. But trying to over-analyze this film in terms of shots and composition and visual technicality would be like trying to compare one grain of popcorn to the next: there would be no difference, no relevance in taste, texture, and all that is left to do is munch down.
It's fluff, entertaining, mindless, inane, and that's just what people going to see this type of film expect. More fine tuning of the script may have been a good idea, but then they probably thought who needs a good script or any type of continuity when we have two very bankable stars? But when things go awry, will his brother be able to save him in time? But when things go awry, will his brother be able to save him in time? There are some funny moments and the dramatic scenes between Snipes and Harrelson are excellent. This explosive action flick drew the ire of government officials when a similar robbery attempt occurred after the film's release ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Install Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Burn and see! Pitching in for the Latina female is Jennifer Lopez who, without being as angry and nasal and in-your-face as Rosie Perez, actually manages to be engaging though this is early in her career, before she decided to punch out and play her bland self once she became the trademark known as J. Great acting, lots of comedy and more than plenty of action. While one's life is as good as it gets, the other's is a pit.
The Money Train tries to be more than a lot of the action films that came out and simply disappeared in the early 90s, but falls a little short. When i saw this movie and i saw her i had the feeling she was going to be something great, and it's because since that moment she looked so damn beautiful and so sexy that i thought she was going to be something big. The film reunites the stars of White Men Can't Jump, Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes as a pair of law enforcement officers John Snipes and Charlie Harrelson who basically decide to steal from their boss Robert Blake who is a real piece of work. But the film as a whole is fairly poor. Add a sexy new co-worker into the mix which becomes the focus of their intense, male attraction and basically you have a story that has been of late the norm in the Hollywood popcorn machine. So this movie is recommended for all Ms Lopez' beauty lovers. And in that film she looked even better than never, with that beauty and that sex appeal Ms Lopez have.
The Synopsis for Money Train 1995 1080p Two foster brothers work as transit cops. While the film certainly isn't bad, it isn't considered a classic of the genre, and, while not a financial failure, relatively few people saw it and even fewer remember it. Great acting, lots of comedy and more than plenty of action. I believe he is very underrated. Two foster brothers work as transit cops.
Snipes does convey steel while Harrelson gives off his just-under-the-surface danger, especially when he grins at smarmy boss Robert Blake in one subway scene. Blake is menacing and odious but his character is not a believable or effective villain. . There may be some tension when a corrupt high official threatens the loose cannon. Much of the plot is unbelievable and implausible. He works hard, is smart, and seems to be someone you can rely on. While one's life is as good as it gets, the other's is a pit.
While one's life is as good as it gets, the other's is a pit. Also, they occur at varying time intervals, artificially allowing time for the solution to be carried out. Meaning even though the film is bad, people will unfortunately still pay money to see it. Jennifer Lopez's character Grace has very little to do, and just really does not seem to fit in or be particularly believable in the role she is meant to play. However, I do find that I enjoy watching this from time to time. You go in expecting little and are pleasantly surprised if you get more.
There really is not much to recommend this film, except for the scenes with Robert Blake, who, in his over the top performance, delivers some comic lines. His easygoing, but dedicated cop in this works for me. It ain't all that good, but it isn't unwatchable. His character is seriously annoying, and it would be hard to believe him surviving as a police officer, with all his personal problems. Snipes, Lopez, Harrelson and Blake try hard, but the finished product is less than the sum of its parts, and that's possibly the most frustrating thing of all. John has a hot girlfriend Grace a pre Selena Jennifer Lopez and Charlie has a gambling problem.