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Taking his brother, Fuller, who has been gained his freedom from prison recently, on his way to bring his girlfriend, Venna Wilcox, a collage student, Lewis Thomas, a young handsome guy, is not a wise choice anymore, as during their way, they have been violently chased by a truck driver, as Fuller badly makes fun of him.
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October 05, 2001

It attains its modest ambitions with dispatch and wit, and without ever lifting its foot from the pedal.
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Cinema Crazed
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July 06, 2010

It's a dumb movie.
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

October 30, 2002

Maybe it's a wonderful inside joke - a suspenseless suspense film.
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RTÉ (Ireland)
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April 08, 2003

Will convince you that you'd be better off taking the train.
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Reel Film Reviews
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October 08, 2008

...boasts a number of genuinely exhilarating sequences and set-pieces.
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Washington Post

October 05, 2001

Expertly toys with the fear any carbon-based life-form feels when one of those Peterbilt express trains comes rolling by with a thundercrack of vibration at about 240 mph, gently urging us to move right or die crushed and bleeding.
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Salon.com
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October 12, 2001

Dahl works the audience like the dial of a car radio, testing out all manner of squeals and static and all-out, high-pitched terror.
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eFilmCritic.com
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March 19, 2003

America's dark and lonely back roads are the prime location for stories about relentless, psychotic stalkers preying on the youth.
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Washington Post

October 05, 2001

Climb into this rig and you'll be sweating bullets.
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Window to the Movies
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January 12, 2003

Nothing special -- it just devotedly does its job to give the audience a string of suspense scenarios.
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Hollywood Reporter

October 05, 2001

It's encouraging to see more than passing attention paid to character development.
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Rolling Stone

October 29, 2001

If you're looking to have your nerves fried and your pulse pounded, this is your ticket to ride.
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