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A family on a road trip is stalked by criminals who stashed stolen money in their car.

Release Year: 2012

Rating: 5.8/10 (2,335 voted)

Antonio Negret

Stars: Jim Caviezel, Diora Baird, Elisabeth Röhm

A family on a road trip is stalked by criminals who stashed stolen money in their car.


Jim Caviezel


Diora Baird


Elisabeth Röhm


James Frain


Harold Perrineau


Sterling Knight


Jake Cherry


Robbie Jones


Ryan Donowho


Beau Brasseaux

Crazy Driver

(as Beau Brasso)

Monica Acosta

Car Driver

Griff Furst

Lt. B. Morgan

J.D. Evermore

Sgt. Doucette

Rob Boltin

Sgt. Spurlock

Douglas M. Griffin

Lt. Paolo

Release Date: March 2012

Filming Locations: Praireville, Louisiana, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $5,000,000


User Review

This movie is just plain dumb.

Rating: 2/10

There is nothing wrong with the acting or direction….this is a
competently put together movie. The problem with it is the dumb script.
It's one of those movies where you constantly find yourself asking "why
the hell did they do that?" because so many of the characters' actions
are illogical. The premise is fine – 4 criminals on the run from the
cops after a heist stash the cash on the roof-rack of a family's car so
they can beat the police road-blocks and hopefully pick the money up
later….So you're watching the film, it seems a fairly interesting
idea for an action movie, the baddies have just beaten the road-block
and found the family car with their money, you're anticipating some
plot twist and then you hear "lets run them off the road" …dohhh!
99.9% of the world would simply follow the car until it stopped
somewhere before taking the money back hassle free but our gang of
criminal masterminds think it's a great idea to try and run the car off
the the open road in broad daylight. Okay, that's lazy writing but the
action had to kick off somehow and you want to give the movie a chance
so you take your head from out of your hands and start watching again
in hope that it will be the only stupid plot point…..wrong! The
litany of stupidity continues right the way through the film….if I
tried to list all the illogical behaviour of the characters in
"Transit" then I would be here all day. I'd like to say that if you
were prepared to put your brain in a jam-jar for 90 minutes then you
may enjoy this film but I can't even do that. Irrispective of the
characters' stupidity, "Transit" also turns out to be a highly
unoriginal piece of work which we've all seen done much better many
many times before.