Unstoppable

Unstoppable (2010)

5 corrected entries

(1 vote)

Corrected entry: A couple of scenes show boom gates activating as the train crosses. Boom gates are activated well before the train crosses.

Correction: When you see the gate half way down that is correct. Those gate are probably rated for 60 MPH, the train was going 80.

Corrected entry: At the start of the movie Darcy walks in to her house after say bye to friends when she does on her T.V. is a family guy episode that episode is called peter and the 3 kings that episode First Aired: May 10, 2009 and the movie is set in 2001 and also how had a flat screen back then. (00:02:40)

samtheman96g

Correction: I believe the movie is set in 2009. As Frank Barnes walks to his loco' at the start of the movie, he states his birth year and age, this tallies with 2009.

Corrected entry: In the closing scene during the press conference, the 777 is parked on the tracks in the background with what appears to be the same cars it was hauling, indicating this is shortly after the incident ended. Connie is arriving in a rush and it appears as if she has not met Colvin and Barnes before, reinforcing that image. Yet Ned is now wearing a suit and tie, while Colvin and Barnes are still in the same clothes. On the other hand, Colvin's leg is now in a cast indicating he has had time for at least an emergency room visit.

greydane

Correction: So what? Doesn't take long to put on a suit and tie, and Colson would undoubtedly have been rushed to a hospital as a matter of priority, so he could quite conceivably have made it back for the press conference within a few hours. Likewise Connie would initially have been busy dealing with the aftermath of what happened, making her only arriving on the scene at this point entirely reasonable. There are no indications that would suggest that this could not be happening within a few hours of the end of the incident.

Tailkinker Premium member

Corrected entry: When the train hits the horse trailer, a horse clears the tracks a split second before the train plows through the trailer. When the accident is shown in the news broadcast, the horse is nowhere to be seen.

Correction: No, if you look close to the bottom left you can see a little bit of horse running.

Corrected entry: When the guys in the white van are chasing the train, they come to a train signal on the side of the tracks that tears off the door. This signal is dinging the same way a railroad crossing would ding, though in real life, track-side signals don't ding.

DrewTheRailFan

Correction: They do in many parts of the world, including America.

THGhost

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