Von Jonathan Mostow. Mit Kurt Russell, J.T. Walsh, Kathleen Quinlan, M.C. Gainey, Jack Noseworthy und Rex Linn. Breakdown (). Thriller mit Kurt Russel und Kathleen QuinlanUser-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse??? / 5. Filmsterne. danach verschwindet seine Frau. Bei seiner Suche stößt er allerdings auf wenig Unterstützung. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Breakdown. Handlung.
Breakdown (1997) - TrailerVon Jonathan Mostow. Mit Kurt Russell, J.T. Walsh, Kathleen Quinlan, M.C. Gainey, Jack Noseworthy und Rex Linn. Breakdown. Die Autopanne von Kurt Russell und Kathleen Quinlan eskaliert zu einem klaustrophobischen Alptraum in den Weiten Neu-Mexikos. Ein Schocker. Kritik von Thomas Willmann zu Breakdown, USA , R: Jonathan Mostow. artechock – das Münchner Filmmagazin.
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Rex Linn Sheriff Boyd. Ritch Brinkley Al. Moira Sinise Arleen Barr. Kim Robillard Len Carver. Thomas Kopache Calhoun. Jonathan Mostow Director.
Jonathan Mostow Screenwriter. Sam Montgomery Screenwriter. Martha De Laurentiis Producer. Dino De Laurentiis Producer. Jonathan Fernandez Executive Producer.
Harry Colomby Executive Producer. Sam Montgomery Cinematographer. Free Movies Online: Fresh Movies to Watch Online For Free.
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View All Critic Reviews Mar 20, Not bad. I wish that the writers had kept up the delusion for awhile though. All evidence of Russell's wife's disappearance is gone, and the film starts to take the path of a psychological thriller, implying at times that Russell's character is going crazy.
But the film abandons this too quickly, showing just how sinister some of the supporting characters really are. It would've been so much cooler if they had kept that psychological aspect of the film going for awhile.
Considering that this film is barely 90 minutes, the writers could've totally done that too. Stephen S Super Reviewer. Mar 08, I've always felt that Kurt Russell is a good actor, and "Breakdown" features one of his best performances.
The film itself is a little predictable and more could have been done with its concept, and some of it is so implausible that believability just goes right out the window, but in the end, it's great entertainment.
When it comes to these kinds of films, that's what matters the most. Stephen E Super Reviewer. Feb 17, It's not exceptionally deep or meaningful, but Breakdown has near-constant suspense and a spectacular final sequence, making it a very fun and exciting action thriller.
Joey S Super Reviewer. Sep 13, Breakdown is an action thriller that runs out of steam pretty fast and is fairly predictable. The story follows the struggle of a man to save his wife, who's been abducted and held for ransom.
Kurt Russell leads the cast and gives a strong performance; however the supporting cast doesn't keep up with him. And although the film is full of suspense and thrillers, but the story isn't paced very well and keeps losing momentum.
So while Breakdown has some riveting action and a solid story, it's poorly executed and lack originality. When he finds the trucker who gave Amy the ride, the trucker swears he has never seen her.
Now Jeff must attempt to find his wife, who has been kidnapped and is being held for ransom. But who can he trust? Written by Anonymous. In my opinion, Breakdown is one of the best thrillers of the 's.
It has everything, great scenery, great acting, aand a great plot too! This one will keep you guessing for quite a while, and even after you figure out the ending, you'll still be guessing who's gonna come out on top, Kurt Russell, or the bad guys.
I highly recommend this movie, if for nothing more than to pay tribute to the late great, J. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. The second match was between Too Much Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor , and Al Snow and Scorpio.
After going back and forth, Taylor performed a pumphandle suplex. Snow and Christopher tagged in, and Snow delivered trapping headbutts.
Scorpio and Taylor tagged in. As Scorpio delivered corner clotheslines , as Snow threw a steel chair into the ring.
With Scorpio distracting the referee , Snow performed a calf kick with the chair. Scorpio then performed a dropkick with the chair to Christopher into Taylor.
As Scorpio performed a splash to Taylor, Snow performed a moonsault on the outside from the security wall onto Christopher. As Scorpio was on the top turnbuckle, Christopher tripped him, and performed a suplex on the outside.
Taylor followed with a springboard axe handle. Back inside, Too Much performed a back body drop , and Christopher performed a bulldog to Scorpio.
Scorpio then countered a back body drop from Too Much into a double dropkick. Snow tagged in, and, as Scorpio distracted the referee, attacked Too Much with his mannequin head, also accidentally hitting Scorpio.
Snow then performed a low blow to Taylor with the head. Christopher performed a Tennessee Jam onto Snow, Scorpio performed a flying clothesline to Christopher, and Snow finally pinned Taylor after a Snow Plow.
The third match was between Marc Mero accompanied by Jacqueline and Droz. Mero had the early advantage with punches and kicks. Droz came back with a flapjack and a dropkick.
Mero left the ring and looked to leave as Droz came after him and attacked Mero with the guard rail and ringsteps. Back in the ring, Mero performed a knee lift , but Droz performed a flying shoulder block and a clothesline.
Mero then performed a back body drop, sending Droz outside the ring. Mero followed with a suicide senton. Back inside, Droz blocked a slingshot splash attempt with his knees, and followed with a flying spinning back elbow , an inverted atomic drop , and a powerslam.
As Droz went for the pin, Jacqueline placed Mero's foot on the bottom rope, stopping the count. Mero then came back with a clothesline, and choked Droz with the athletic tape around his wrist.
Mero then distracted the referee as Jacqueline hit Droz with the heel of her shoe from the top rope. Mero then pinned Droz after a Marvelocity.
The fourth match was a Falls Count Anywhere match between Vader and Bradshaw. Bradshaw gained the early advantage with attacks in the corner until Vader performed a clothesline , and a big splash.
Bradshaw fought back with a big boot , and performed a clothesline, sending Vader outside the ring. Outside, Bradshaw attacked Vader with the ringpost and the ringbell, but Vader fought back using the ringsteps.
Back inside the ring, Bradshaw performed attacks in the corner, and a belly to back suplex. Vader then sent Bradshaw outside the ring, where Vader attacked Bradshaw using the guard rail, and delivered a low blow.
Back inside, Vader performed a splash from the second rope, and a Vader Splash. Bradshaw fought back, performing a Clothesline from Hell , and pinned Vader after a neckbreaker slam.
The fifth match was between D'Lo Brown and Gangrel. The match went back and forth until Brown performed a low blow, and a running sitout powerbomb.
Brown kept the advantage until Gangrel performed a flapjack onto the ropes. Mark Henry then came down to ringside as Gangrel performed a back body drop, and a flying clothesline.
As Gangrel ran at the ropes, Henry pulled down the ropes, sending Gangrel outside the ring. Brown distracted the referee as Henry sent Gangrel into the ringpost, and back into the ring.
Brown then pinned Gangrel after a Sky High. After the match, Gangrel spat "blood" into Henry's face, attacked Brown, and performed an Impaler on Brown.
The sixth match was a Triple Threat match in a steel cage between Ken Shamrock , Mankind and The Rock. The match went back and forth between all three, and each was double-teamed.
The third CD contains further alternates that demonstrate the changing nature of the music as scenes were re-scored. The site's consensus describes it as "A brainy and suspenseful — if somewhat uneven — thriller".
He never gets dangerous. Thus the movie is shorn of its one primitive gratification: the image of the civilized man who finds the Peruvian commando inside himself and lays waste to louts who have underestimated him.
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