A group of hotheaded street racers are on their way to the Road Rally 1000. As they drive through a desolate shortcut on the way to the race, a man starts tracking, teasing and torturing them until the end of the road.
A senior at an ivy league college, who depends on scholarships and working on the side, gets accepted into the secret society The Skulls. He hopes it betters chances at Harvard but The Skulls is not what he thought and comes at a price.
College student Lewis decides to drive across the country to see Venna, a friend who doesn't know that Lewis is interested in her romantically. Unfortunately for his plans, Lewis gets saddled with his raucous-spirited older brother, Fuller, whose on-the-road pranks get the brothers and Venna sucked into a nightmare when a psychotic truckdriver takes offense.Written by
Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[8:01]Fuller Steve Zahn asks Lewis "the blinker?" asking about Venna, who they've not yet picked up while looking at the ticket Lewis got. This may have been an intentional play on words, since Lewis got cited for having a taillight out, and "blinker" is slang for "turn signal". He asks "the blinker" while looking at the ticket so it looks at first as though he is asking Lewis, "you got a ticket for the blinker?". See more »
[49:59]Charlotte tells Fuller she's going to San Antonio. Fuller even sarcastically asks if San Antonio is on the way to New Jersey. So, it would have been impossible to follow Charlotte, then abduct her, then catch up to Fuller, Lewis, and Vienna. See more »
The idea of this movie is actually pretty good; two teenagers do a prank call on a CB radio, but the prank turns on them. Most teenagers have probably been in a situation where they themselves made a prank call. At the very least, everyone knows about it. The film has some excellent shocks throughout the movie, and all of the 'thrilling' sequences are very intense, sometimes bordering on the extreme. The plot is pretty good, even pretty original, as far as I know. The acting is good enough. The characters are believable and their actions are understandable, most of the time. The movie has some very good cinematography and some pretty good cinematic effects. The ending, though a bit far-fetched, was the perfect way to end it, in my opinion. I couldn't have imagined a better way to end it. I recommend this to pretty much any teen who enjoys thrillers, especially the ones who like to relate to the theme and plot. Nearly every teenager in the world can in some way relate to at least one of the main characters in this film. 7/10
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