A true story. The real heroes.
Alek Skarlatos, Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone, Ray Corasani, Judy Greer, Jenna Fischer
|Screenplay||Dorothy Blyskal, from the book by Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone, Jeffrey E. Stern|
|Sound formats||Dolby Atmos|
|Produced by||Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, Malpaso Productions|
|Language||Fairly frequent, mild to moderate impact swearing, within conversational context.|
|Violence||Fairly frequent strong impact fairly graphic violence including blood-letting.|
|Drug abuse||None (sic)|
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|Sex / Nudity
||Blood / Gore / Gross
|Guns / Weapons
||Alcohol / Drugs
||Disrespectful / Bad Attitude
|Frightening / Tense Scenes
||Tense Family Scenes
||Topics to talk about
|Suggested age limit
||Positive role models
||Drinking, drugs, smoking
What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Todd McCarthy After a lengthy journey, it's tickets for the terrorists.
Jake Coyle The heroes of the train attack deserve all the praise. But zoom out a little and it's hard not to see Eastwood's America-centric focus in The 15:17 to Paris as self-serving.
Tomatometer The 15:17 to Paris pays clumsily well-intentioned tribute to an act of heroism, but by casting the real-life individuals involved, director Clint Eastwood fatally derails his own efforts.
|Movie Review Query Engine|
Staff evaluation Real-life terror attack drama is both awkward and effective.
What the People say
|The Movie DB|
Average .. 41%