Completely Different Movies With the Same Names

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Unstoppable (2010)
> Genre: Action, Thriller
> Cast: Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson
> Director: Tony Scott

In the 2010 film “Unstoppable” an engineer (Denzel Washington) and a conductor (Chris Pine) must try to stop a runaway train packed with toxic chemicals, which could result in an environmental catastrophe if it crashes. The pulse-pounding blockbuster received very positive feedback on Rotten Tomatoes from critics and moviegoers.

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Unstoppable (2004)
> Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
> Cast: Wesley Snipes, Jacqueline Obradors, Stuart Wilson
> Director: David Carson

In the earlier “Unstoppable,” Wesley Snipes plays an ex-special forces member recovering from the traumatic events of his service. Mistaken for a rogue agent, he is forced to take a hallucinogenic drug and spends the film trying to find the antidote. Less than one-quarter of the more than 2,500 viewers who reviewed “Unstoppable” on Rotten Tomatoes said it was any good.

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Tully (2000)
> Genre: Drama
> Cast: Glenn Fitzgerald, Anson Mount, Bob Burrus
> Director: Hilary Birmingham

In the 2000 “Tully” film, Anson Mount plays the titular character of Tully — a notorious womanizer. But things change when he falls in love with his brother’s best friend, and several family secrets resurface. More than three-quarters of critics and moviegoers gave “Tully” a positive review on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Tully (2018)
> Genre: Comedy, Drama, Mystery
> Cast: Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston
> Director: Jason Reitman

The 2018 film “Tully” stars Charlize Theron as Marlo, a suburban mother who is struggling to meet the demands of parenthood after giving birth to her third child. When the family takes on a nanny named Tully, Marlo is initially hesitant to accept her help, but the two soon form a close bond. Critics and audience members alike gave “Tully” positive reviews, with the Rotten Tomatoes Critics Consensus praising the film’s “admirably deft blend of humor and raw honesty.”