RedlineApril 13, 2007
A gorgeous young automobile fanatic–and front to the hottest unsigned band on the West coast–finds herself caught up in illegal drag-racing competitions organized by exotic car fanatics.
Release Year: 2007
Rating: 3.7/10 (5,620 voted)
Critic's Score: 24/100
Stars: Nathan Phillips, Nadia Bjorlin, Eddie Griffin
"Redline" is an auto/action thriller that features an extensive exotic car collection. The movie features a Phantom Rolls Royce, Lamborghini Murcielago, Enzo Ferrari, Ferrari F430, Ferrari Scaglietti and two Mercedes SLR McLaren AMGs. A $450,000 Porsche Carrera GT is actually crashed during one sequence. Eddie Griffin accidentally crashed and destroyed the Enzo Ferrari, one of only 400 ever produced. The film follows an ace driver who becomes part of illegal drag racing.
Writers: Robert Foreman, Daniel Sadek
Fear Nothing. Risk Everything.
Release Date: 13 April 2007
Filming Locations: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: $4,000,000
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Did You Know?
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During the race between Natasha and Jason which goes terribly wrong with Jason dying we see a helicopter at the start following the cars in the air from behind making video and then when they show both the cars from front there is no helicopter. And keeps on appearing and disappearing all through the race.
There are cars that get you from point A to point B. And then there are cars that get you from point A to point B really fast. Fast cars cost big money, and with millions of dollars at stake, there are people who'll do anything to win. People who take risks and never play it safe.
Makes The Fast and Furious Movies Look Like The Godfather
Im proud to say I've seen all three Fast and Furious films.Sure,the
plots are kinda silly,and they might be a little cheesy,but I love them
car chases,and all the beautiful cars,and the clandestine midnight
races.And Ill gladly see a fourth one.
Wanna know what the difference is between those three and
Redline?Decent acting,somewhat thought out plot,even if they are
potboilers,and last but not least,directors who have a clue.All three
were made by very competent directors,all of them took the films in a
different direction,equally exciting.Redline looks like the producer
picked out a dozen women he slept with on the casting couch,and made
them the extras,then picked up his leads from Hollywood's unemployment
line.And the script.Yikes.Its Mystery Science Theatre 3000 bad.This is
70's made for TV movie bad.
Yeah,the movie had a few cool cars,but you don't really get to see that
many in action,and the action is directed so poorly you cant get
excited by the chases,and if the cars aren't thrilling you,why go to a
movie like this?
Im in the audience with a bunch of teenagers,and I cant stop laughing
out loud.Im getting dirty looks,but this was just a debacle.
Rent the F&F movies.Go to Nascar Race.Go to a karting track and race
yourself.Whatever you do,avoid Redline like bad cheese.