The Chase

Charlie Sheen stars as an escaped convict who walks casually into a gas station. Little does he know, a pair of unsuspecting policemen walk in soon thereafter who promptly receive a radio call to watch out for a stolen car. As it just so happens, that car is sitting in the parking lot and it was driven there by Sheen! So, he goes absolutely berserk, grabs the nearest bystander, takes her hostage and drives off in the stolen car. He soon discovers that he started an incredible high-speed car chase with a hostage who is the daughter of a very powerful and rich man. It sounds interesting, but it's really just an idiotic and predictable flick not done very well. It's high-speed stupidity. Look for Cary Elwes in a cameo as an anchorman.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Charlie Sheen, Kristy Swanson, Henry Rollins, Josh Mostel, Wayne Grace, Rocky Carroll, Miles Dougall, Cary Elwes

Directed by:

Adam Rifkin


1994 crime/comedy

Rated PG-13.


Don Ignacio's score: D+

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