With Amtrak (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. The Yards (2000)
R | 115 min | Crime, Drama, Romance
Leo is released from prison after serving time for car theft. His plan to go straight falls apart when he meets his corrupt uncle for a job and later an old friend working there. It culminates at the (railroad) yards.
Votes: 19,099 | Gross: $0.88M
5. Clockers (1995)
R | 128 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Young drug pushers in the projects of Brooklyn live hard dangerous lives, trapped between their drug bosses and the detectives out to stop them.
Votes: 19,614 | Gross: $13.04M
7. Catchfire (1990)
R | 116 min | Action, Comedy, Crime
A witness to a mob assassination flees for her life from town to town, switching identities, but cannot seem to elude Milo, the chief killer out to get her.
8. Under the Rainbow (1981)
PG | 98 min | Comedy
A visiting dignitary, a CIA agent, a Nazi spy, Japanese tourists, an assassin and a group of "midget" actors from The Wizard of Oz (1939) all check into an elite Los Angeles hotel called Under the Rainbow.
Votes: 2,469 | Gross: $18.83M
10. Shining Time Station (1989–1993)
TV-G | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
An American version of the popular British children's program. Every episode, the kids (and sometimes the adults, too) at Shining Time Station learn some special lessons about life and ... See full summary »
85 min | Drama
A nameless young character goes into travels to the country, meeting some acquaintances and strangers as well, having banal conversations, dedicating his existence into daily mundane ... See full summary »
12. Murder, She Wrote: South by Southwest (1997 TV Movie)
100 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Jessica Fletcher (Dame Angela Lansbury) is attacked on a train when she investigates the case of a missing passenger.
3 by Cheever (1979– )
58 min | Drama, Romance
Louise worries about him as his difficulties with mid-life pull him further away from happiness and comfort with his family.
Trains Unlimited (1997–1998)
Railroad Police: From the Pinkertons to the Present
The Pinkerton detectives protected trains from robbers, and strong men were also hired by the railroads to evict penniless people from taking the train without a ticket. From those early ... See full summary »