In July 2014, it was announced that the had selected the film to premiere at the festival and had changed the title 1:30 Train to Before We Go. Not so clever, but an enjoyable little gem, maybe a perfect film for the date night. Nick and Brooke perform and flee when the real band shows up. Some scenes were repetitive but the overall message was clear and the character development traveled well throughout the plot. Brook talks about her cheating husband. Two characters that are drawn to one another, but don't want to commit to an act.
They learn through out about one another and eventually find a romance between them. Elated that her problem is now solved, Brooke offers to go to Nick's friend's wedding and pretend to be his girlfriend in front of his ex, Hannah. Evans plays Nick, a jazz trumpeter who's killing time in New York's Grand Central Station when he sees a panic-stricken woman run by, dropping her phone. The plight of the actor-turned-director is an unpredictable one. Many actors had tried that and only a few had succeeded, but some of them just preferred a low cost, simple project to avoid a major disaster. People of all ages are recommended to see this, and not only girls, but also some of the guys who are into these kinds of movies.
Archived from on July 5, 2015. In his 15 year old acting career it was the Chris Evan's first direction. The fortuneteller tells Nick and Brook they are really meant for each other and should not allow their other commitments, including her marriage, get in the way of their own happiness. In October Alice Eve signed on to play the female lead. There are a couple entertaining moments, but the movie drags on forever. What audience do you think the movie is aimed at? After reading what was on the back, she smiles. So each of their tale has a small twist in the same night to overcome that was troubling them for some time.
They then head for the wedding of a friend of Nick's, hoping to borrow money. Nick and Brooke are both stuck, and while it becomes clearer why Nick isn't going to the reception where he's expected -- and why Brooke must return home by the morning -- it doesn't really become clearer whether they're meant to start something based on this one night. He offers to pay for a cab to take her to but his debit card is declined and his credit card is expired. In the morning they return to the train station where they are about to part. Trust me guys, this little adventure will surely pleased the money you spend to watch this movie and at the end of the day, you will not be disappointed. The script is credited to veteran , as well as , and. The film makes the impression that they two are made for each other, but only the final scene reveals how their destiny ends when the dawn breaks out.
A woman Alice Eve misses a 1:30 train from It has the vein of Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise even though it's copying off of it, were distracted by Chris Evan's glossy and stunning direction. At one point, the couple seeks advice from a fortune teller. Filming began in December 2013 in 's and took 19 days to shoot. A woman Alice Eve misses a 1:30 train from New York and street musician Chris Evans spend the night trying to help her make it back home before her husband does. The sweatshop owners get spooked, punch Nick, and run out along with the bag.
They are both very likeable and their chemistry is strong. Chris Evans and Alice Eve played such emotional, brave, and lovely characters in this movie. After their last-ditch attempt to get a bus to Boston fails for lack of funds, Brooke borrows a man's phone, calls a friend, and begs her to retrieve a letter she has left for her husband that she does not want him to read. Advertisement The Ebert Club is our hand-picked selection of content for Ebert fans. It has the vein of Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise even though it's copying off of it, were distracted by Chris Evan's glossy and stunning direction. The story follows Nick Chris Evans, who also directs , a trumpeter playing at Grand Central Station for change, and Brook Alice Eve , a woman, who drops and breaks her phone while running past him on her way to a train to Boston that she misses.
This film does not have a big budget and this film could almost still work without any other characters but the two lead so the film feels very independent. The movie is not the kind of romance that shows to have a marriage of happily forever after, but instead it shows the deepest life moments in such a few hours. The film was released on on July 21, 2015, and in theaters in a on September 4, 2015. Chris Evans was really not the type of actor that I expected to move on to directing but he does do a great job behind the camera. They share one last kiss and finally depart. There is no originality here, not in the dialog, story, photography, sets, etc.
Well written screenplay and performed with a beautiful night adventure in the city that never sleeps. None of it is compelling. The film was a one night event based theme which begins when a young woman misses her train, and later forced to spend the night with a stranger after her purse got stolen. Evans clearly aspires to make a breezy and relatable, Richard Linklater-esque walk-and-talk movie, but lacks the skills to make it feel natural. The desire to tell your own story, direct and write or star in it or sometimes take on all of those roles is a attractive lure,.