Vehicle 19 details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Paul Walker, Naima Mclean, Gys De Villiers, Leyla Haidarian, Tshepo Maseko, Andrian Mazive, Welile Nzuza, Mangaliso Ngema, Ernest Kubayi, Elize Van Niekerk|
|Director:||Mukunda Michael Dewil|
|Collections:||May - Action/Thriller|
|Run time:||1 hour 25 minutes|
|Rental release:||20 May 2013|
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Painful like my ratingBy Sledgehammer (16 reviews) from Wallasey, England , 22 May 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]If this is a fast paced thriller I would HATE to see a SLOW one. Another case of over hyped write up giving false hope of a good film. If you like losing interest in a film after 15 minutes then grab this one. IT'S DIRE. It has NO subtitles as well.
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Paul Walker can actually actBy RKB (2 reviews) , 02 Oct 2013well this movie was hyped, turns out it is an average movie, but dont forget it was a budget movie so we cant expect miracles. It has some car action thanks to the mini van, so you get to see Paul Walker using his fast and furious movies a little. It also shows Johannesburg in a different light, the most impressive thing about this movie overall is Paul Walker's acting skills as its all about him, the guy can act and his acting skills shine through for once. so nice to see he has some skills.
Am I the Only One???By SnrSpeedy (28 reviews) from Lightwater , 16 Sep 2013
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideThe other critics are quite right; this film is not fast paced, but that's more of an issue for those who wish to raise the Trade Descriptions Act. Apart from the fact that this film is not particularly engaging or able to hold your attention throughout; I would differ in my critical approach by stating that: There was no point to this film!?! Seriously, if you think about it; the bloke gets in the wrong hire car and stumbles upon a kidnapped woman who is a key witness and needs only to give a recorded confession to bring down the chief of police. I am struggling to figure out why - once she had been untied and given a mobile phone - she couldn't have simply left a message on a number of answerphones including that of a domestic and or foreign news network, a number of close friends, some local campaign groups and of course the very judge who she wanted to speak to. Indeed that same judge called and spoke to the main character later that day. So if they had just kept their heads down for an hour or two she would still be alive and the judge would have had the evidence. Honestly am I the only one who thinks this??? The whole premise for the film was pointless!
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no stay away dont do itBy Widdy1971 (1 review) from Nottingham , 14 Sep 2013What a waste of a friday night watching a film that that should never have been made. dont waste your time.
no budget yawnBy Gabby54 (1 review) , 12 Sep 2013One of the worst films I have ever seen all done inside a car the budget must have been miniscule. It would have been more enjoyable watching paint dry.
Boring but ok if you have time to wasteBy a customer , 01 Sep 2013Dire, I saw the trailer and thought that looks good hence added to my rental list. It is not fast paced, infact a snail moves faster! Made a change to be set in South Africa instead of the US and although I watched the whole film it was very boring.