If you haven't yet had enough of seeing Paul Walker drive around in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, today we have a trailer for his "Vehicle 19" thriller, which takes place almost entirely in a car. Check out the trailer below.
Plot: A recently paroled man (Walker) unwittingly picks up the wrong vehicle, having just got off a long flight. He soon realizes that he is the target of an entire police force that will use any means necessary to stop him and the tied-up female "passenger" he discovers in the trunk, from getting to the courthouse to testify in a corruption case.
The new movie is directed by South African filmmaker Mukunda Michael Dewil, but has yet to secure a US distributor.
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afterkwisswrites: on December 30th, 2012 at 11:30:06 AM
Replace Walker by Reynolds, the black chick by Denzel and you got yourself a remake of Safe House (which was pretty good actually).
Cannonwrites: on December 30th, 2012 at 11:37:09 AM
Ya know, I never really had a problem with Walker. Sure, he's a one-dimensional actor, but he's also one of those ...he just never annoyed me like, say, the camera posing Ryan Gosling. Walker seems to know his limitations and takes roles withing his ballpark.
This looks like a watchable rental with the potential to be a sleeper hit.
supermanwrites: on December 30th, 2012 at 1:23:17 PM
I like it. Let's see if the movie is good.
ab5olut10nwrites: on December 30th, 2012 at 1:39:56 PM
wasn't this called "The Gauntlet" back when Clint Eastwood made it awesomer?
minkowskiwrites: on December 30th, 2012 at 5:05:02 PM
This movie reminds me of being married to the same person for twenty years, not that I've ever been married nor do I ever want to be, but anyway, same person, two decades, and after all that time you'd be pretty tired of looking at her face, I'd think, and then she changes clothes hoping that'll help, and all you can say is give me someone new, not the same damned ugly c*nt in a different outfit.
That's how I feel about this movie. Same person, different clothes. Give me someone new.