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Revenge on the Highway (1992)

At his wedding Claude Sams has an argument with his son about his life-style; in anger Paul leaves. Together with a friend he sets out for Vegas to search a job. While changing a tire on ... See full summary »

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Claude Sams
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At his wedding Claude Sams has an argument with his son about his life-style; in anger Paul leaves. Together with a friend he sets out for Vegas to search a job. While changing a tire on the highway, he's killed by a passing truck. The police believes it's been an accident, but Claude doesn't accept this and frantically searches for a yellow truck and it's crazy driver at all truck stations. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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A dangerous road. A son's murder. And a father who won't rest until justice is done.

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6 December 1992 (USA)  »

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Overdrive  »

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It's no "Road Games"
5 August 2004 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Stacey Keach once again takes the driver's seat of a Semi in this lame TV movie that lacks any real thrills or chills. Unlike Keach's other Semi flick "Road Games, which boasted great suspense and style, this looks and plays like your typical TV movie of the week. Add in the old overused plot of the son being run down by the baddie and the dad seeking revenge and you got a real yawner on your hands. Keach does a great acting job as always but Craig Baxley's direction is as stiff as a board (even the final truck chase is boring). And Sandahl Bergman has really lost it since "Conan", she looks absolutely terrible here! Besides Keach, the only plus side is John Leonetti's excellent cinematography which just looks fabulous. But overall, this film is a real bummer.


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