Jeff and Amy decide to change their lives, to give it all up and move to California. But their car breaks down in the middle of the desert.
Luckily a truck driver offers to take Amy to the nearest restaurant to call for help. Finally managing to find the problem with the car, Jeff decides to go and fetch his wife from a bar in the middle of nowhere. But no-one seems to have seen Amy nor the mysterious truck...
Directed by Jonathan Mostow (U-571), this action-packed film will take your breath away. Kurt Russell (Big Trouble In Little China, Vanilla Sky) gives an energetic performance next to Kathleen Quinlan (Apollo 13, Independence Day). This oppressive thriller will keep you in suspense till the very end.
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I think that Breakdown is one really overlooked thriller masterpiece. This movie has a unique atmosphere to it. Atmosphere of isolation and dangerous loneliness. Kurt Russell is never a bad actor and he's really fits into this average Joe type while still having charisma and talent to pull this off since the whole film pretty much focuses on him. I also like that the movie has a lot of practical action scenes. Not sure is there any CGI, but I really doubt there is. Which is awesome and reminds me how you don't need special efffects to make good and solid action sequences. From the bottom of my cinema-loving heart I highly recommend this flick to everyone who's into thrillers and overall good films, hehe. Too bad it's really hard to find on Blu-ray. I'm not even sure it exists somewhere outside of DVD format.
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A taut, well-crafted suspense film that delivers the paranoid goods. Nifty morality play about the invidious vices of envy and showing off.
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