David Weaver from Home And Theater writes: Director Tony Scott has made some amazing films over his lifetime. If they weren't received too well by his critics then they usually had their fans to help bring home the bacon so to speak. Top Gun, Crimson Tide, Man on Fire, and True Romance are probably his biggest winners and some of my favorite films of all time. But over the past decade he had adopted a style of film making that was neat at first. However as he started to use it more and more it became incredibly obnoxious (just try sitting through Domino or Taking of Pelham 123 for an example of this "style"). While I am happy to report that he has finally ditched that in-your-face approach (you can see everything that happens this time around!) I am equally as sad to say that his new film, Unstoppable, is just not a very well made film when all is said and done. This is especially unforgivable and disheartening given his credentials and experience behind the camera.