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Strangers on a 'Transsiberian' train

Emily Mortimer and Woody Harrelson in ''Transsiberian.'' Emily Mortimer and Woody Harrelson in ''Transsiberian.'' (first look studios)
By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / August 15, 2008

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"Transsiberian" has sex. It has drug smuggling. It has Ben Kingsley in a Russian accent. But the movie is nonsense, a thriller content to throw twists and peril around until something grabs you. Nothing ever does. You wonder where director Brad Anderson might have been headed with a movie starring Woody Harrelson and Emily Mortimer as Roy and Jessie, a ... (Full article: 490 words)

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