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Sunday, June 10, 2007

Review: The Train

The Train (thriller)
Cast : Emran Hashmi, Sayali Bhagat, Geeta, Basra
Direction : Raksha Mistry
A film that copies another film, scene by scene can only be described as brain-dead. Come on guys, credit yourself with a pinch of originality at least. Why cut, copy and paste a recent Hollywood flop, Derailed, and call it The Train.
For those who still remember the last Jennifer Aniston release, this one truly is deja vu all along the insipid tracks... Even the tagline — Some lines should never be crossed — is the same. Tch tch! The film flounders in usual Emraan territory: Bangkok, a bored marriage, an extra-marital affair, blackmail, murder, treachery and a bunch of hummable songs.
Add to this, a kid who needs a kidney transplant and you have the usual Fatal Attraction funda of a good wife (Sayali Bhagat) and dull domesticity threatened by the over-sexed one-night stand (Geeta Basra).
Emraan, the harried husband-father, finds a delectable bit on the side during his daily metro ride to office. But the bit turns out to be indigestible and it's left to the troubled man to flush it out from his life... not until a few guns explode and some tears are shed. Emraan is Emraan: okay and average. The girls are waxen: cold and oomph-less. And the film is forgettable: not even a cover version of the original.
Source : tThe Times of India

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