Money Train (1995)

Two hours and two minutes of Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes
knocking around as foster-brother transit cops, jerking the chain
of their totalitarian supervisor (Robert Blake, playing *way* over
the top), and creating every manner of subway-related mayhem.  The
tone is abominable and almost wincing in spots.  The plot--
involving the robbery of the car that collects the fares-- is
equally absurd.  (Any kid with a train set could handle The Heist
better than the authorities in the movie do.)  Woody and Wesley
have great chemistry, though, and that's probably enough for most
audiences.  Sheer idiocy.  It'll make millions.

Grade: D+

Originally posted to triangle.movies

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