The 15:17 to Paris
The 15:17 to Paris

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Three Americans discover a terrorist plot aboard a train while in France.... (Full plot summary below)

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Three Americans discover a terrorist plot aboard a train while in France.

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Globe and Mail - 10/10 by John SemleyA consummate work in Eastwood's filmography.
The Playlist - 9/10 by Will AshtonWhile the gripping events inside the train are rightfully cinematic, nothing else in "The 15:17 to Paris" earns that same distinction.
Tampa Bay Times - 9/10 by Steve PersallThe finale is Eastwood at his laziest, allowing news footage to do his job. At least Stone, Skarlatos and Sadler now have the ultimate souvenir of their vacation. - 9/10 by Victoria AlexanderReview proof. Padded story with an inoffensive screenplay, stunt casting and, dare I call it, boring.
Fresh Fiction - 9/10 by Courtney HowardThis isn't just a train wreck. It's the sound of Clint Eastwood's career death knell.
The Film Stage - 9/10 by Dan SchindelThe 15:17 to Paris is a long stretch of boredom culminating in one jolt of interest.
Ozus' World Movie Reviews - 9/10 by Dennis SchwartzThe action-packed 10-minute heroic sequence was vintage filmmaking.
Dallas Morning News - 9/10 by Chris VognarEastwood will be 88 in May. If I'm doing anything when I'm 88 as well he makes movies, I'll be a very happy 88-year-old.
One Guy's Opinion - 9/10 by Frank SwietekThe story of Stone, Skarlatos and Sadler is, as Hollande said, an inspiring one that deserved to be told. It's a story, though, that deserved to be told better than Eastwood manages to do. - 9/10 by Brian OrndorfGet these guys a poem, song, or talk show appearance. Putting them in the movies is a bad idea, with Eastwood turning attempted inspirational authenticity into a tortuous, uncomfortably silly viewing experience.

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