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The 15:17 to Paris
In the early evening of August 21, 2015, the world watched in stunned silence as the media reported a thwarted terrorist attack on Thalys train #9364 bound for Paris, an attempt prevented by three...  View more >

Starring Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone...  View more >

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Feb 13, 2018
The only good thing I can say about "the 15:17 is Paris" is what happens inside the train as three heroes Spencer Stone, Anthony Salder and Alek Stearlatos who are on their way to Paris and fend off a terrorist attack. Outside the train, it's a different story. Up until this movie, Director Clint Eastwood has never made a sloppy movie, even though I sat though a few bad movies. What he made is a sloppy movie. In the beginning of the movie, this kids in the movie is treated like an ABC After school special. the film which takes place at a Christian School is no different that the public school. In the scenes where they vacation in Germany, the scenes remind me of those travel films that MGM made back in the 1940's. That foiling that terrorist attack on board the train is the only good thing that came out of the movie. yes, I agree the story of those brave men who rescue the people on the train needs to be told. But it could be told much better than this.
Feb 14, 2018
This is a very boring movie. If you don't know what actually happened in real life, this film will make no sense. There are flash forwards now and then that will seem very out of place and meaningless. There has to be a better way to tell this story than the way it is done in this film. There is about 15 minutes at the end that tell the story, other than that, it is a waist of time.

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