Adrenalin: Fear the Rush
Reviewed by Beau Murray
Rating: 9.5 Beans
have a strong suspicion that this movie was written as they shot it. The plot is so completely and udderly non-existant it makes me wonder what they hoped to achieve by making this picture at all. You want the run down? Well here it is: There is about 4-5 minutes of plot developement at the beginning of this movie. It is weak and really doesn't make a bit of sense, something about genetic engineering and the military. Big suprise. And you know what the real sad part is, IT'S THE BEST FREAKIN' PART OF THE MOVIE!!!! After that, this movie plays out like an uninspired 70 minute chase scene.
Picture this: "Blah blah blah --genetic engineering-- blah blah --escaped-- blah blah-- dangerous. Blah. Look there he is!" Tromp, tromp, tromp--Bang,Bang... Tromp, tromp--Bang. "Aaahhh!!" Bang, Bang--tromp, tromp, tromp (continues for 70 more minutes). End.
That's it, there ain't no mo'. Now you don't need to see it, just use your imagination, it's much more enjoyable.
It has two well known actors in it; Christopher Lambert and Natasha Henstrige. And I could care less about either of them. But they do their job. Its just sad that they couldn't have had a more, well, decent story to work with. I could only think of one situation where this movie could be bearable. That would be if you had a couple of friends over, and had two TVs going. On one have this movie playing on mute. On the other, be beating the crap out of your freinds in "Tekken 2" or a hockey game on Playstation. Added bonus: Have Select sodas and Doritos Nacho Cheesier on hand. In this instance, you should--nay, could--rent this movie and not be tempted to kill yourself. Other than that, don't even read the back of the case.
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