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Hit and Run (2012)

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Former getaway driver Charlie Bronson jeopardizes his Witness Protection Plan identity in order to help his girlfriend get to Los Angeles. The feds and Charlie's former gang chase them on the road.

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HIT AND RUN is a comedy about a young couple ('Kristen Bell' and 'Dax Shepard') that risks it all when they leave their small town life and embark on a road trip that may lead them towards the opportunity of a lifetime. Their fast-paced road trip grows awkwardly complicated and hilarious when they are chased by a friend from the past ('Bradley Cooper'), a federal marshal ('Tom Arnold') and a band of misfits. Written by Open Road Films

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A comedy that never takes its foot off the gas

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Action | Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references, graphic nudity, some violence and drug content | See all certifications »

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22 August 2012 (USA)  »

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$4,675,026 (USA) (24 August 2012)

Gross:

$13,746,550 (USA) (5 October 2012)
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Because of the small budget, many of the cast members did their own stunt driving. Dax Shepard is known to be a car enthusiast. See more »

Goofs

In the opening scene, Randy is driving to meet Charlie Bronson at his house. While driving, he is talking with Charlie on his cell phone. He is holding his iPhone upside down. The lock button and headphone jack are positioned near his mouth. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Yul Perrkins a.k.a. Charles Bronson: You're not concentrating. I can tell. You're thinking about emails or text messages or handbags. Taylor Lautner.
Annie Bean: You don't know that. You don't know what I'm thinking about.
Yul Perrkins a.k.a. Charles Bronson: [in a whisper] Lautner.
Yul Perrkins a.k.a. Charles Bronson: Okay, I don't know the specifics, but I know it's some kind of useless racket that's keeping you from concentrating.
Annie Bean: You don't know squat. I could be thinking about the cure for cancer. In fact, I may have just cracked it, and now you're trying to get me to erase it from my hard drive.
Yul Perrkins a.k.a. Charles Bronson: ...
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Crazy Credits

During the final credits there is an additional scene depicting the job interview that was the point of the whole road-trip. See more »

Connections

Featured in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #20.194 (2012) See more »

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Do You Wanna Funk
Written by Patrick Cowley and Sylvester (as Sylvester James)
Performed by Patrick Cowley ft. Sylvester
Courtesy of Unidisc Music, Inc.
Under License from Sequins of Noon Music and Franmar Music
By Arrangement with Fine Gold Music and The Licensing Partnership UK Ltd.
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Hit And Run
6 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clearly a labor of love for Dax Shepard (he stars, writes, co-directs and co-edits; and it's filmed in the more expensive 2:40 aspect ratio), Hit And Run is better than it has to be. This isn't to say it's a great entertainment (it has plenty of filler and Shepard's ambitious attempts at character development, a la Tarentino, don't quite pan out) but it is often fun to watch and the cars--and the chases--are cool. While too much time is spent on drawn-out arguments between Shepard and his significant other (in the film and, apparently, in real life, played by Kristen Bell) and there's some negative dialogue regarding homosexuality and race (note to Shepard: acknowledging homophobia and racism in the dialogue doesn't simply make it permissible) it's not a bad way to kill a couple of hours. Shepard must be a really popular guy in Hollywood because a lot of the performers (high among them Bradley Cooper) would not normally appear in a movie this B-grade.


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