During the 1970s, amphetamine-popping Kowalski attempts to drive a race car from Denver to San Francisco in order to win a bet but always runs into trouble with the highway cops. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kowalski works for a car delivery service. He takes delivery of a 1970 Dodge Challenger to take from Colorado to San Francisco, California. Shortly after pickup, he takes a bet to get the car there in less than 15 hours.
You may also like
Vanishing Point torrent reviews
Scot M (it) wrote: I Loved this movie,bought It On release Day (Blu-ray Combo Pack):)
Facebook U (br) wrote: It's big and dumb, but man is it fun.
Dinuksher W (mx) wrote: save an extremely hot Elsa Pataky this film wasted my evening (apparently her surname pataky means 'someone who lived near a creek' in Hungarian...phooh...burning)
Rodri P (au) wrote: Para aplaudir de pie!5 minutos de diversion, de excelente animacion, de como aprovecha cada segundo! Grande Pixar una vez mas y cuantas van ya??
Ingrid K (it) wrote: A must if you're the least interested in snowboarding!
Aaron G (fr) wrote: Andrew Niccol delivers as he always does.
Blaine I (au) wrote: I really liked this movie :3 'specially the "theme" song for it.
Emeka W (it) wrote: One of those good lazy afternoon movies.
Brad S (gb) wrote: I found this one somewhat disappointing, especially since it is from Oscar winners Jonathan Demme and Meryl Streep. It follows a washed-up musician trying to reconnect with her adult kids after missing all their important moments growing up. It's not awful, but just doesn't live up to the potential of all involved. For Streep fans only.
Jonathan B (ru) wrote: So it's not great a great movie but it does have John Wayne in it so it's not all bad. Wayne is one of those incredible Hollywood actors that made it really big but I've never really been able to fathom out why. Here, he really is the classic caricature of himself. It's all there. The walk, the voice, the attitude, the lot. He even gets to wear a cowboy hat in a scene despite playing a 'Red' Adair inspired oil well fire fighter. The plot really is pretty dull with the fire fighting scenes doing little to add tension or excitement which is a real lost opportunity I feel. The whole film has the feel of a tedious soap opera that lumbers along trying to be epic and melodramatic and actually looking cheap and dowdy. Katherine Ross and Jim Hutton add nothing to the proceedings as the young love interests although I must admit, I did rather like Vera Miles as Wayne's estranged wife. This is a clich riddled, plodding and, frankly, rather dull movie that probably cost more to make than it should have and really hasn't aged well at all.