Jack Hammond is sentenced to life in prison, but manages to escape. To get away from the police he takes a girl as hostage and drives off in her car. The girl happens to be the only daughter of one of the richest men in the state. In a while the car chase is being broadcast live on every TV-channel, covering the event from helicopters, the backseat of a police car, the pavement of the highway etc.
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It's fast, it's wild, hot & funny
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4 March 1994 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $3,421,028,
6 March 1994
Gross USA: $7,924,955
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $7,924,955
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
At one point in the movie, Charlie Sheen's character says that he's 28 years old. Charlie Sheen really did turn 28 while the film was in production. See more
During the "monster truck" sequence, there's a scene inside the car. The guy in the passenger seat is shown from behind, talking to the driver. Through the windshield a jolly roger flag is visible, "pointing" left. At the speed the car is going it should "point" to the back of the car. See more
There's a difference between being violent and being driven to violence. I am NOT a violent man!
After the end credits have finished, Charlie Sheen, in a clown suit sitting behind the steering wheel, recites the, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning," speech from the movie Apocalypse Now. Charlie's father, Martin Sheen, was the star of the movie. See more
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