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Former race car driver Brent Magna is pitted against the clock as he commandeers a custom Shelby Super Snake Mustang, taking it and its unwitting owner on a high-speed adventure at the command of a mysterious villain on a race against time to save the life of his kidnapped wife.Written by
There were approximately twenty-eight 7D cameras rigged on the car at certain points to create a 360 degree view of what was going on inside and outside. See more »
The movie takes place in Sofia - the capital city of Bulgaria, but the police cars are clearly not Bulgarian. In Bulgaria, police cars are completely white, or white with 2 thin horizontal blue lines on the sides of the car with "POLICE", written on the front hood in English and "Police" written in Bulgarian Cyrillic on the sides. The police cars in the movie are wrong as they are white with thick yellow and blue diagonal stripes and in Latin script "POLICE" on the sides, they more resemble British police cars than Bulgarian ones. See more »
I will be the "other side" of the reviews, as i will be honest , I saw it for free... I would probably be mildly disappointed if i had payed $15... it's a "red box" movie ...worth a couple of bucks . but it wasn't that bad --like "Frankenstein theory" or other REALLY bad films lately-- If you saw "vanishing Point", this is better ,by far than that one .
In a nutshell , Getaway is , or could be called "A Lot of Cops Crashing"
Yes it is a thin plot , yes it has bad writing ,and although overall, it is highly polished, some of the camera work seems to be shot by a 9th grade A/V student,and some is crazy good, there is one shot towards the end that -for me- was incredible camera work .... it is a grill cam shot from the second car car , it is one continuous shot that winds you through traffic like you are riding a street luge, it is a clean crisp long -no scene splits- camera shot that I just loved ,
Although predictable , this film is full of action, well , car chases, Im a car nut so , who cares about Oscars when you get to thrash a highly built mustang ... it's no "shawshank" but it gets at least a five ---6.5 , from me , great action , no slow plot development , and the ending is great if not just a little predictable ....its just popcorn fun ...yes, it was fun ..dont listen to the other critics if you like any of this . I hate slow crappy movies , this is not one of those .... when i am bored , I will watch this again
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