Con Express

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Not to be confused with ConeXpress.
Con Express
Directed by Terry Cunningham
Produced by Vince Ravine
Written by Paul A. Birkett
Terry Cunningham
Starring Arnold Vosloo
Sean Patrick Flanery
Tim Thomerson
Music by Sean Murray
Distributed by Artisan Entertainment (DVD, 2002)
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (DVD, 2003)
CineTel Films (non-USA)
Release date
  • July 23, 2002 (2002-07-23)
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Con Express is a 2002 direct-to-video action film with a political edge, starring by Arnold Vosloo, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Tim Thomerson. It was produced by Vince Ravine and directed by Terry Cunningham.


US Customs officer Alex Brooks uncovers the plot of Russian arms dealers who planned to smuggle nerve gas into the U.S. In order to avoid publicity, the boss of the small customs station in Alaska decides that the dangerous barrels should be sent to a safe compound by train. Meanwhile, the Russian terrorist responsible for the smuggling, Simeonov, is being delivered via plane to Washington until a group of his henchmen rescue him. Brooks and the Russian agent Natalya are the only people capable of stopping Simeonov and his group of terrorists from keeping control of the train carrying the deadly nerve gas.


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