The Polar Express (2004) – Back on Track Scene (2/5) | Movieclips

The Polar Express (2004) – Back on Track Scene (2/5) | Movieclips


[grunting] Nting] Nting]
[grunting] Hero boy:
We’re going pretty fast. Hero boy:
We’re going pretty fast. Hero boy:
We’re going pretty fast. Tell the engineer
to slow down. Hero boy:
Weto slow down.Tty fast. Tell the engineer
to slow down. Slow it down! Slow it down! Slow it down! Watch the speed! The speed! The speed!
Watch the speed! [grunting] [grunting] [grunting] [yells] [yells] [yells] Jumping jeepers,
the cotter pin sheared off! S,
the cotter pin sheared off! S,
jumping jeepers,
the cotter pin sheared off! What?
The pin! What?
The pin! What?
The pin! Where? Both:
There! Where? Both:
There! Where? Both:
There!

🦋Escucha a tu corazón, no te rindas, ese dolor que hoy sientes en tu interior, se irá

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100 Replies to “The Polar Express (2004) – Back on Track Scene (2/5) | Movieclips”

  1. Skills? Yeah we got it.

    Not sure the driver is following the Conductor's commands, so much as timing the swing so that the engine crosses center when he believes it's going to hit the exposed tracks.

  2. This scene: Escaping from my crush when I've told her she's my crush
    Cracking Ice: My crush
    Train: Me
    People: My friends helping me to escape
    Tracks at the end: The end of playtime

  3. Am I the only one questioning what the kids in the train were going through during all this? It must have been ludicrous.

  4. Maybe the reason why the train didn't break the ice was because the train was floating just above the ice because they did say in the movie that it was a magic train.

  5. Well think about it
    The hair pin was able to puncture the ice more because it’s smaller. Since it’s smaller, it is also more aerodynamic, so it can be fast enough to puncture through the ice and cause it to crack. But the train still would’ve broken the ice unless the ice was super thicc, or it might be that the train never landed onto the ice, it slid onto the ice, if the train landed onto the ice like a falling object, there would be a greater chance of the ice breaking.

    There ya go, I TRIED to Science this

  6. Everyone: how did they drift a train
    Me an intellectual: how did the train not sink when all of the cars were in the water except for the engine

  7. That’s looks so cool I wish I was on the polar express🚂🚂🚂🚂🚂🚂🚂🚂🎫🎫🎫🎫🎫🎫🎫🎫

  8. As a young child with Autism I'm gonna be true with you, I've seen satisfied with the pistons on the train and still am to this day.

  9. This is my most favorite Christmas movie I mostly liked the ice scene it's so actionony I would vomit if I wad on that train🤢

  10. Here’s an explanation on how the pin broke the ice but the train didn’t,

    The ice thickness is never always equal to the rest of the lake, that area were the pin hit might have been less thick than the area the train is on.

  11. Sorry to say this, but, how on earth did a 300 ton steam train not break the ice, but a freaking pin breaks the 5ft. thick ice!!

  12. heavy Pere Marquette 1225 is able to ride and drift on ice…doesn't break the ice in the process (who is watching this movie in 2019 or 2020)

  13. In reality,

    A big steam locomotive like the polar express, would collapse into that frozen lake instantly.

    Because they weigh a ton.

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