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The The Taking Of Pelham 123 Hindi Dubbed Free Download-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/r0qe1 -----------------------------------------In New York, four criminals led by the smart Ryder hijack the subway train Pelham 123, stopping the first car with nineteen hostages in a higher plane in the tunnel in Manhattan. Ryder calls the subway control center and the operator Walter Garber talks to him. The abductor demands ten million dollar and gives one hour to the delivery by the City Hall. The Mayor accepts to pay the ransom while the NYPD negotiator Camonetti assumes the negotiation. However Ryder demands that Garber, who was demoted from an executive position due to the accusation of accepting kickback in the purchase business of Japanese trains, continues to be his liaison with the authorities. Within the tense hour, Ryder empathizes with Garber and asks him to bring the money to the train.Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009 Remake) A review by sjwalton
The makers of the original decided a stone pillar cast, original camera work and general creativity would get this flimsy story into theatres, and it did. I can still recall Walter Mathau, Robert Shaw and Martin Balsam's sweaty performances. All completely convincing, and exciting. This thing borrows all the tricks from the original, except of course split-screen shots, adds some contemporary stuff, hires three major stars, runs itself out of money, momentum and script ideas as fast as you can say New York subway, and fully earns my sixteenth of a star. Turturro, Washington and Travolta are capable of producing enough magic to energize anything, their acting was restrained, resentful and sulky as if they'd been recently scolded. Updating the audience frequently with satellite position images is not necessary, unless there is concern that we may forget, or not care, about the urgency of the situation. More casualties were sustained during the wildly elaborate traffic accidents in the streets above than were possible in the subway car below, making the whole thing seem pointless. The absence of any emotional reaction whatsoever from the innocents aboard Pelham 123 witnessing randomly selected hostages machine-gunned at point blank range was strange, a problem, perhaps a contractual dispute with the extras? A lapse of direction? Silly, goofy stuff, fun to pee on. SjwIf you've seen more than one Tony Scott film than you all ready know the drill: Fast pace photography set to either rock in roll music or a Harry Gregson-Williams score (his 7th Scott film). The Taking of Pelham 123 is no exception, it mixes just the right amount of both rock in roll music and a film score with that stylized Tony Scott pacing.
In this remake of The Taking of Pelham 123, Denzel Washington re- teams with Scott for the fourth time as a MTA dispatcher who is thrust into a hostage negotiation situation as John Travolta has high jacked a New York City subway train and demands $10 Million in one hour. The bulk of the movie is the performance of Travolta and Washington batting it out over the radio. It is a cross between the tensions from Crimson Tide with the buddy cop friendship from Die Hard. The depth of the story all but ends on this one idea, the hijacking, then bring in James Gandolfini (his 3rd Scott film) and John Turturro to help with the tension in the story.
The weakest aspect of this film is the lack of sophistication and ingenuity surrounding the heist itself. This isn't like The Inside Man, where the hostage takers are constantly one step ahead of the police. Travolta's character is a cross between his characters in Swordfish and Pulp Fi

The The Taking Of Pelham 123 Hindi Dubbed Free Download-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/r0qe1 -----------------------------------------In New York, four criminals led by the smart Ryder hijack the subway train Pelham 123, stopping the first car with nineteen hostages in a higher plane in the tunnel in Manhattan. Ryder calls the subway control center and the operator Walter Garber talks to him. The abductor demands ten million dollar and gives one hour to the delivery by the City Hall. The Mayor accepts to pay the ransom while the NYPD negotiator Camonetti assumes the negotiation. However Ryder demands that Garber, who was demoted from an executive position due to the accusation of accepting kickback in the purchase business of Japanese trains, continues to be his liaison with the authorities. Within the tense hour, Ryder empathizes with Garber and asks him to bring the money to the train.Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.The Taking of Pelham 123 (2009 Remake) A review by sjwalton

The makers of the original decided a stone pillar cast, original camera work and general creativity would get this flimsy story into theatres, and it did. I can still recall Walter Mathau, Robert Shaw and Martin Balsam's sweaty performances. All completely convincing, and exciting. This thing borrows all the tricks from the original, except of course split-screen shots, adds some contemporary stuff, hires three major stars, runs itself out of money, momentum and script ideas as fast as you can say New York subway, and fully earns my sixteenth of a star. Turturro, Washington and Travolta are capable of producing enough magic to energize anything, their acting was restrained, resentful and sulky as if they'd been recently scolded. Updating the audience frequently with satellite position images is not necessary, unless there is concern that we may forget, or not care, about the urgency of the situation. More casualties were sustained during the wildly elaborate traffic accidents in the streets above than were possible in the subway car below, making the whole thing seem pointless. The absence of any emotional reaction whatsoever from the innocents aboard Pelham 123 witnessing randomly selected hostages machine-gunned at point blank range was strange, a problem, perhaps a contractual dispute with the extras? A lapse of direction? Silly, goofy stuff, fun to pee on. SjwIf you've seen more than one Tony Scott film than you all ready know the drill: Fast pace photography set to either rock in roll music or a Harry Gregson-Williams score (his 7th Scott film). The Taking of Pelham 123 is no exception, it mixes just the right amount of both rock in roll music and a film score with that stylized Tony Scott pacing.

In this remake of The Taking of Pelham 123, Denzel Washington re- teams with Scott for the fourth time as a MTA dispatcher who is thrust into a hostage negotiation situation as John Travolta has high jacked a New York City subway train and demands $10 Million in one hour. The bulk of the movie is the performance of Travolta and Washington batting it out over the radio. It is a cross between the tensions from Crimson Tide with the buddy cop friendship from Die Hard. The depth of the story all but ends on this one idea, the hijacking, then bring in James Gandolfini (his 3rd Scott film) and John Turturro to help with the tension in the story.

The weakest aspect of this film is the lack of sophistication and ingenuity surrounding the heist itself. This isn't like The Inside Man, where the hostage takers are constantly one step ahead of the police. Travolta's character is a cross between his characters in Swordfish and Pulp Fiction, only with a little more crank and steroids.

This helps give the film the edge that other heist films lack, and is actually the strongest aspect of this movie. Travolta doesn't just threaten to kill hostages, he kills hostages. His plan doesn't consist of a Plan B, because Plan B is reinforcing Plan A; which is killing hostages. Travolta's character is dangerous and on the edge, just enough where we need him to be to keep the suspense alive. Denzel Washington's character isn't a police officer or a hostage negotiator. He's just another guy, stuck in an extraordinary circumstance.

This movie is fast, hard hitting, and on the edge. Every gun shot, car crash, and even the dialogue is like a punch in the stomach. What is refreshing about this film is that it doesn't rely on special computer effects to entertain. It has classically good film making that is still suspenseful and hard hitting. And has just enough high jacking to echo the past events in New York, but not so much to take from the fact that it is just a movie. Really, just another Tony Scott roller coaster, but it is hard not to love it!It's a first-class ride. All aboard.Four armed men—Bashkim (Victor Gojcaj), Emri (Robert Vataj), Phil Ramos (Luis Guzmán), and their leader, Bernard Ryder (John Travolta)—hijack the lead car of a subway train in Manhattan. Ryder contacts MTA dispatcher Walter Garber (Denzel Washington) in the Rail Control Center (RCC) and demands $10 million in ransom to be delivered in one hour or they will start shooting the 19 hostages, one for each minute the money is late. The Taking of Pelham 123 is based on the 1973 novel The Taking of Pelham One Two Three by American author Morton Freedgood, writing under the pen name of John Godey. The novel was adapted for this movie by American screenwriters Brian Helgeland and David Koepp. An earlier adaptation of the novel, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974), was released in 1974. A TV remake, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1998), was released in 1998. Pelham refers to a local Manhattan train that departs from Pelham Bay Park. The "123" refers to the time that it leaves 1:23. The "taking" refers to a hijacking. After Garber delivers the money, the hijackers start up the train, having found a way to circumvent the dead man feature. They get off the train at the Roosevelt spur, a derelict tunnel built under the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The train continues forward, picking up speed until the passengers become alarmed and the authorities at the MTV conclude that no one is driving the train anymore. Fortunately, the train trips a red light and stops. MTV orders all patrol cars to converge at the Roosevelt spur, where they open fire on Bashkim and Emri. Garber follows Ryder, who has hailed a taxi in which he checks his laptop to find that he has successfully shortsold the market and invested in gold, earning a huge profit. Ryder hijacks a truck and follows Ryder's cab to the Manhattan Bridge where Ryder has exited his stalled cab. Garber catches up to him on the pedestrian walkway and confronts him with a gun. Ryder demands that Garber kill him before the police do and gives him 10 seconds to shoot. At the end of the 10 seconds, Ryder reaches for his gun, and Garber shoots him. "You're my goddamn hero," Ryder says as he sinks to the ground. Later, while on his way home, Garber is stopped by the mayor (James Gandolfini) who thanks him, informs him that the city will go to bat for him in the bribery investigation, and offers him a ride home in his car. Garber takes the train instead. In the final scene, he arrives home, a half-gallon of milk in his hand. The first drafts of the script faced the challenge of updating the novel with contemporary technology, including cellphones, GPS, laptops, thermal imaging, and a post-9/11 world in New York City. In December 2007, David Koepp, who adapted the novel for Scott and Washington said: I wrote many drafts to try and put it in the present day and keep all the great execution that was there from the first one. It's thirty years later so you have to take certain things into account. Hopefully we came up with a clever way to move it to the present. Koepp's drafts were meant to be "essentially familiar" to those who read the novel, preserving the "great hero vs. villain thing" of the original. Brian Helgeland, the only one receiving credit for the screenplay, took the script in a different direction, making the remake more like the 1974 film than the novel and, as Helgeland put it, making it about "two guys who weren't necessarily all that different from each other." Whereas the novel is told from more than 30 perspectives, keeping readers off balance because it is unknown which characters the writer might suddenly discard, the two films focus on the lead hijacker and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority employee with whom he communicates by phone. The new version sharpens that focus until it's almost exclusively a duel between disgraced MTA dispatcher Walter Garber and manic gunman Ryder.

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