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Ellen Carson
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Eddie Madden
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Cynthia Carson
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Nina
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Steve Boyd
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Wilson
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Mr. Breen
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Tess
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Cop #1 (as Michael Richard Dobson)
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A few months after family man Eddie Madden loses his wife and only child in a car clash, his erratic behavior gives cause to his supervisor Steve Boyd to give him notice as delivery driver. Eddie now targets the woman who complained to the company about his aggressive driving style that day, Ellen Carson, determined to exact his bloody revenge... Written by KGF Vissers

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She made a wrong turn. Now he won't leave her alone. See more »

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Cynthia Carson: I'd tell you to get a room if you didn't already have one.
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Written by Joe Lervold & J.Elle
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Not enough road rage.
5 October 1999 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

I drive 500 miles a week on metro LA freeways, so I know about road rage. There is alot of potential for such a topic, but this made for TV movie exploited only a small fraction. The actual topic was stalking. Actual road rage is very anonymous stuff, acted out from behind the shell of your automobile. The script is very unoriginal, but I guess that it is the norm nowadays, especially in network prime time. I saw bits of "Duel", "Crash", "Play Misty For Me" and "Cape Fear". On the other hand, I really appreciated the film as part of the genre of "bad drama". It was really bad. I mean you get a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and a rent a stud Contractor with a 16 year old daughter who has a hard time looking under 25 and then you get a frustrated pitcher out of the San Diego Padres bullpen in a big Ford Bronco and then give them silly dialogue and, well, its made for TV as seen on TV.

This movie works if you have been stuck in a hospital bed for two days waiting to go into labor, as has my wife, so we considered it the high point of an otherwise monotonous day.


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