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PostPosted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 12:31 am 
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Mystery Train by Jim Jarmusch; a great soundtrack, terrific multilayered stories in one, all filmed in Memphis!

Also Caught on a Train, terrific tv movie by Pollokoff which deservedly gained cult status over the years.

Hire both for the weekend ;)

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 25, 2006 1:26 am 
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At the Circus

The General

Plains Trains and Automobiles

Strangers On A Train

Von Ryan's Express

oh aye and Oh Mr Porter
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ps Mystery Train is great. I remember seeing that in the Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle and you can hear the trains underneath


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gotta love mystery train!!

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'Tracks' comes to mind, with Dennis Hopper wandering around a train bollock naked having halucinations ! :shock:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075345/

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Although most of the film doesn't take place on a train i instantly thought of A Hard Day's Night, bad acting but love the I should have known better performance in the luggage compartment :)


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"the railway children"-"polar express"..."horror express" national express -think the last ones not a film


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hissyt wrote:
"the railway children"-"polar express"..."horror express" national express -think the last ones not a film


Isn't the last one a Divine Comedy song!! 8)

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could be :D


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hissyt wrote:
"the railway children"-"polar express"..."horror express" national express -think the last ones not a film

got my nephew for the day again so it's polar express over and over and over and over and over :wink:


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throw mamma from the train - danny devito and billy crystal. damn funny, mainly because mamma is such a hag!


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Brief Encounter is my favourite [ :cry: ]

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hissyt wrote:
"the railway children"-"polar express"..."horror express" national express -think the last ones not a film


Aye but National Express and Horror Express are interchangeable terms


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stuart136 wrote:
throw mamma from the train - danny devito and billy crystal. damn funny, mainly because mamma is such a hag!
oh i second that! can't help but just join in and say switch switch :D


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Brief Encounter is my favourite [ :cry: ]
I should have listed that!


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