Public transportation is a great way to get around. Economical with multiple arms, it is the easiest way to get around for many people.
That is until a terrorist hijacks a bus. Then it becomes something much more.
That the premise of Speed (1994).
Howard Payne (Dennis Hopper) is a terrorist whose previous plot was foiled. In retaliation, he plants a bomb on a Los Angeles City bus. Once the bomb is armed, it must keep going at fifty miles an hour. But Payne does not stop there. If there is an attempt by the police to rescue the passengers aboard, he will detonate the bomb. Now it is up to LA police officer Jack Traven (Keanu Reeves) and passenger turned driver, Annie (Sandra Bullock) to keep the passengers safe while complying with Payne’s demands.
This movie is one of the best action movies in the last twenty five years. Directed by Jan de Bont and written by Graham Yost, it grabs the audience by the throat and does not let them go until the closing credits. Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock have a solid chemistry. Dennis Hopper is chilling as the villain.
I highly recommend this movie.