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‎Lasko - Death Train () directed by Diethard Küster • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd

I could believe that Lennart Arnold Vosloo might've had a wife and kids to go home to. Stephan takes over every scene he's in and I think he's going to be a great actor.

The action in this movie is second to the clockwork of characters acting within the situation they find themselves in, and I think that is what causes the lower ratings this movie gets at present.

The action in this movie is second to the clockwork of characters acting within the situation they find themselves in, and I think that is what causes the lower ratings this movie gets at present. However, the film isn't perfect, and its largest flaw is that of having too much story to cover in a short time.

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I could believe that Lennart Arnold Vosloo might've had a wife and kids to go home to. The pace reminded me of some of the older, really good, espionage films of the '70s and early '80s. So the tension builds very early in the film to a warble and never relents until the very end.

In fact, all the actors presented decent performances and the only one that stands out is Stephan Bieker.

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People are expecting a popcorn chewing, Stephen Segalesque brainless smack-fest and instead are treated to a decent cerebral thriller. An instrumental "Sympathy for the Devil" by the Stones begins playing when Lennart says "Just call me Lucifer", for example.

People are expecting a popcorn chewing, Stephen Segalesque brainless smack-fest and instead are treated to a decent cerebral thriller. With a very subtle sense of humor.

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The peaks and valleys seen in contemporary writing are refreshingly absent here. In short; the movie was a good effort, and it provided a really cool story with neat characters, but was ultimately too "smart" for an action flick and too short to tell the tale that needed to be spun.

In short; the movie was a good effort, and it provided a really cool story with neat characters, but was ultimately too "smart" for an action flick and too short to tell the tale that needed to be spun.

So the tension builds very early in the film to a warble and never relents until the very end. With a very subtle sense of humor.

They all seemed "alive". Stephan takes over every scene he's in and I think he's going to be a great actor. Continuing the good; there weren't any cartoonishly evil characters nor sparkling ridiculous good guys.

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The peaks and valleys seen in contemporary writing are refreshingly absent here. They all seemed "alive". Continuing the good; there weren't any cartoonishly evil characters nor sparkling ridiculous good guys.

An instrumental "Sympathy for the Devil" by the Stones begins playing when Lennart says "Just call me Lucifer", for example. In fact, all the actors presented decent performances and the only one that stands out is Stephan Bieker.

Was this review helpful to you? The pace reminded me of some of the older, really good, espionage films of the '70s and early '80s. However, the film isn't perfect, and its largest flaw is that of having too much story to cover in a short time.