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  • Actors: Donald Sutherland, Larry Mullen Jr., Paula Boudreau
  • Directors: Mary McGuckian
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Tribeca
  • DVD Release Date: April 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0064NLP1K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,651 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A superb remake of the original French film by Patrick Leconte, this literate, slow-burn drama focuses on a transformative friendship that emerges between a sheltered professor (Donald Sutherland) and a laconic career criminal (Larry Mullen, Jr.)

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A superb remake of Patrick Leconte s 2002 film, Man on the Train is a scrumptiously literate character drama...a ripe illumination, buoyed by the sterling lead performances of Sutherland and Mullen. --The Hollywood Reporter

Customer Reviews

A very good serious film.
Ranjit
I'd like to see Larry Mullen Jr. continue to act in mainstream films as he is quite good, and of course Donald Sutherland is an institution.
John Collins
That's all 100 minutes of it.
Kevin McMurtrie

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By William Kendall on November 4, 2012
Format: DVD
I knew nothing about the film, picked it up out of curiousity, and was pleasantly surprised. This is a character study about two very different men whose lives intersect. A criminal arrives in a small town in the days leading up to a heist, and meets a retired professor. The two get to know each other, finding themselves envious of the choices the other has made. Donald Sutherland is, as always, outstanding in anything he does, and his professor, settled into a peaceful retirement, seems bored with his life. Larry Mullen Jr., who usually plays the drums for U2, is surprisingly good as the hard man having doubts about the path he's taken. The film takes its time and moves at a slow pace towards its conclusion, but sometimes that's a very good thing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By virginia b davis on March 20, 2013
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Larry Mullen Jr. and Donald Sutherland play 2 men whose lives have been about longing and missed opportunities. They become fascinated with each other's life and choices. It is in large part a conservation, a duet, a dance between 2 people who are unable to see their own talents or what they could have been. It is mesmerizing to watch Larry Mullin Jr. play the role of a thief. He is much better known as being the founder of the Irish rock band U2 and it's drummer. He certainly holds his own against the legendary Donald Sutherland. This is a remake of a French film and it is a delight to watch. It is a character driven plot full of nuance and observation. It is about who we become versus who we are. It is about the road not taken, the choices we make, and the longing to be who we could have been. Excellent !!!!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Collins on May 28, 2012
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This is surely one of Donald Sutherland's better performances, and all the more so considering the limited depth of the vehicle. It's an interesting short story set to film, and most of it appears to have been shot in Ontario Canada. Larry Mullen Jr. must be a natural or else he spent some considerable time preparing for this role. It's a debut worthy of any actor. The action takes place between Messrs. Sutherland's and Mullen's characters, and the rest of the plotline is merely background for those two. The deleted scene should have been left in as it showcases more of Mr. Sutherland's dexterity and, in my opinion, really adds detail and background to the story. I will say that the storyline towards the end of the film takes an improbable turn, and as life is sometimes stranger than fiction, the fiction here is a little too strange for real life. That said, I liked the ending as it is unique. I'd like to see Larry Mullen Jr. continue to act in mainstream films as he is quite good, and of course Donald Sutherland is an institution. This film is worth seeing.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TopDog on June 15, 2012
Format: DVD
This movie is about two men that are opposites in life that form a bond. How each reflects on the choices they have made and how they see the merit in the life of the other.

I'm not sure how to label this film. The best I can come up with is its a chick flick for guys, in other words a guy filck. Not a guy flick in the usual sense, of it has little value and lots of action. Just the opposite this movie encourages one to reflect. As a man I can say that I suspect a lot of men will not like this movie as many men dont want to contemplate the complexities of life.

Some people watch this and comment negatively on the distinct lack of dialog from the stranger character. I however found it interesting as this character spoke only as much as needed. It sets the dynamics for the difference between the two lead characters.

I would use words like dark, meaningful, reflective, soulful and at times humorous for this movie. Outstanding performances by both the male leads. It was refreshing to watch a movie that encouraged one to think instead of just being fed the usual tripe of so common in many movies today.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Hiking Cat on October 29, 2011
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Very well done. Acting, writing, mood, all enthralling and kept us closely watching.
Certainly a worthwhile viewing experience. In a world of so many myriads of movies, this is a gem.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By E. (Harry) Hernandez VINE VOICE on March 25, 2013
Format: DVD
THE MAN ON THE TRAIN (2011) stars Donald Sutherland and Larry Mullen, Jr., respectively billed only as the old poetry 'professor' and the middle-aged bank robber with a poet's soul (billed as 'thief'). It is a remake of the great 2002 French original The Man on the Train ("L'homme du train"), the original starring the immortal Jean Rochefort as Professor Manesquier and singer Johnny Hallyday as the bank robber Milan.

In this remake, I can only say with relief that it appears to be set in Canada, since it was wholly filmed there, and works better that way. In my view only Europeans of a certain character could pull off a film like this - never Americans, not as written - and this "Sutherland version" is a scene-by-scene, line-by-line remake. So in that sense, at least it does no damage to the original in any way.

Mullen's Irish brogue is certainly not hidden, and he oozes a sort of gay charm that I didn't ever perceive in Hallyday's original creation. In the original film, for example, Hallyday is simply a fellow man admiring the professor. In this version, Mullen gives strong indications that he is in love with Sutherland's professor. It isn't a bad idea, they didn't pursue it, that's life.

Surely viewers who know the original film will be puzzled as to why Mullen is made up to resemble Hallyday precisely, down to the goatee and wardrobe, and is indeed a singer in real life as Hallyday is. Those who were privileged to see the original will recognize the vitality of the slippers the professor gives the robber, and how all that is strangely missing here. Perhaps Sutherland doesn't like doing scenes about slippers.
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