Tony Scott

Runaway train thriller wisely stays on the rails.
Despite being about a runaway train that’s menacingly filmed from low angles, as if it’s an armoured predator in search of prey, Unstoppable may be the most contained and sedate feature seasoned filmmaker Tony Scott has cut in years.
A ridiculous, unnecessary remake.
The late Morton Freedgood was a smart writer of populist crime novels which he published under the pseudonym John Godey. A native New Yorker, he created vivid, pulp fiction that was at its best when portraying ordinary men suddenly asked to act...