Runaway Train

Audio problem: At the end of the movie, after Manny has disconnected the locomotive from the rest of the train which is slowing down, when it stops we can hear it screech. It shouldn't as the train slows down naturally without the help of the breaks, which additionally, as it had been mentioned (by the woman), are not working. (01:45:30)

Billcow

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After Manny's fingers get crunched between the cars, blood sprays on his face. In the next couple of scenes there is hardly any there. Also, when the prison warden get sprayed with the fire extinquisher he is cleaned up in the following shots.

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