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Crank is an action-thriller written by film-makers Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, both of whom also co-directed the movie. A sequel, Crank: High Voltage (2009) was released in 2009. Edit (Coming Soon)
... the opening titles are playing? "Metal Health" by Quiet Riot.
... Chev smashes his TV? "New Noise" by Refused.
... Chev head bangs in Arab's cab? "Achy Breaky Heart" by Jarrett & Long.
... Chev robs convenience store? "Pit Stop" by Paul Haslinger.
... Carlito's penthouse is shown? "Bandera" by Control Machete.
... Kaylo waits for Chev at the taco stand? "Find Alex" by Paul Haslinger.
... Alex looks for Chev in the restaurant / Chev kills him in alley? "Turn Me Loose" by Loverboy.
... Verona is getting a blowjob and Chev calls him? "Guasa, Guasa" by Tego Calderon.
... Chev injects epinephrine and runs out of the hospital? "Trix Are For Kids" by The Crowd.
... Chev rides the motorcycle? "Everybody's Talkin'" by Harry Nilsson.
... Chev tries to convince Eve to have sex? "Let's Get It On" by Gerald Levert.
... Chev has sex with Eve? "China Sex" by Paul Haslinger.
... Chev takes the hardcore Haitian drug? "Cab Ride" by Paul Haslinger.
... Chev walks to the hotel? "Going 2 The Lint" by Paul Haslinger.
... Chev fights Verona in the helicopter? "Copter Fight" by Paul Haslinger.
... Chev falls from the helicopter and calls Eve? "Miracles" by Jefferson Starship.
... the end credits are playing? "Bring Us Bullets" by Rocket From The Crypt. Edit (Coming Soon)
While in real life he would have been almost liquified when he hits the ground, 99% of the stuff that happens to Chev throughout the film would have killed him. At the end, when he falls out of the helicopter, bounces off a car, then rolls to a stop in front of the camera, bloodied, not moving with his eyes open; the last second of the film we see him blink and hear his heart beating. This is telling us his heart is unstoppable and he will be back in Crank 2: High Voltage. Edit (Coming Soon)
While the theatrical version of "Crank" was rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), at least in Germany there's another version of the film available. Looking at the differences, one can clearly categorize it as a director's cut. Up to this point, it is not available in the US. Edit (Coming Soon)