New Jersey Drive
New Jersey Drive is a 1995 film about black youths in Newark, New Jersey, the unofficial "car theft capital of the world". Their favorite pastime is that of everybody in their neighborhood: stealing cars and joyriding. The trouble starts when they steal a police car and the cops launch a violent offensive that involves beating and even shooting suspects.
- Category:Drama, Crime
- Stars:Sharron Corley, Gabriel Casseus, Saul Stein, Gwen McGee, Andre Moore, Donald Faison, Conrad Meertins Jr., Devin Eggleston, Koran C. Thomas, Michele Morgan, Samantha Brown, Christine Baranski, Robert Jason Jackson, Roscoe Orman, Heavy D, Shar-Ron Corley,
- Director:Nick Gomez,
- Writer:Nick Gomez (screenplay), Nick Gomez (story), Michel Marriott (story)
Jason, an impoverished youth growing up in the slums of New Jersey, and his pal Midget get their thrills by stealing cars and taking them for joyrides. The trouble starts when they steal a police car and the cops launch a violent offensive that involves beating and even shooting suspects. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
New Jersey Drive torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Perfectly acceptable British rom com
(kr) wrote: Fun teeny bopper movie. Josie is adorable.
(jp) wrote: Very 80s crime drama is an unusual offering coming from director Hal Ashby. A strong performance by Jeff Bridges, with Andy Garcia a lot of fun as the over-the-top villain. Ashby's offbeat style adds some much needed spark at times (there's a really strange trade-off scene that's oddly inspired), but there's not enough to keep the plodding, predictable plot compelling. James Newton Howard's synth score has not aged well.
(fr) wrote: the theme song for this movie is hilarious...gee i love the 80s.gratuitous nudity, horny teenage boys...how ridiculous.can you believe this guy lives in a teepee now?
(jp) wrote: Really fun little ALIAN knock-off with sufficient amounts of gore and nudity to go around. The effects work here is pretty spectacular, showing off gross ooze, pulsating egg sacs, and toothy creatures.
(jp) wrote: An exceptionally well told story of the passing of time, and the importance of embracing each second with your family while you have them with you.
(kr) wrote: good sci-fi movie. but i am kind of dissapointed since you actually never see worlds collide. it`s almost like the film is made 20 minutes shorter than what is needed to tell the rest of the story.
(es) wrote: A weaker Capra film that never really takes off from being more than mediocre.
(fr) wrote: Stella Skarsgard is quite good. And, um, uh... It's better than Exorcist II. That concludes the good things I have to say about this movie.
(gb) wrote: Jennifer Connelly, Donal Pleasance, tons of insects, a pit of maggot-infested corpses, and a razor-wielding ape...in a film directed by Dario Argento. If that doesn't sell you, I don't know what will. Phenomena a.k.a. Creepers is a hodgepodge of several subgenera and styles that shouldn't work and, yet, in some wacky way, it does. If one approaches the film like a strange fairy tale (much like Argento's masterpiece Suspiria), it makes for a much more satisfying viewing. Much like Argento's Tenebrae, Phenomena builds and builds until the crazy final 20 minutes where you won't even believe what's happening right in front of you eyes. Add in beautiful Swiss locations, great special effects, a deranged performance by Daria Nicolodi, and a killer soundtrack and you have a winner.