Director Derrick Borte’s psychological thriller stars Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Jimmi Simpson, and Gabriel Bateman. A divorced mother honks impatiently at a deranged middle-aged stranger (Crowe) at a red light while running late on her way to work. His road rage escalates to horrifyingly psychotic proportions as he becomes single-mindedly determined to teach her a deadly lesson for provoking him.~Augustine Chay
Audio Commentary with Director Derrick Borte, Cinematographer Beandan Galvin, Production Designer Fredrick Waf, and Costume Designer Denise Wingate
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
He can happen to anyone.
This is not what I was expecting. But I am very excited about this movie and think many should see this because, "He can happen to anyone!!".
Yes, this movie, it has acting but the story and action is great and will make you think.
Tired of being called a incel because you won't scrounge and beg woman for attention and love? Frustrated by work, low wages , being kicked around and have a DOA love life? Well, get ready for fatty mcnabby, talented actor crow take internet raging, road raging, troll raging to another level by demonstrating that feminist propaganda holding men down won't stand no more. That's right. He is fed up over level 9000. And he is gonna show you how to send a clear message that fight club and going down tried to do back in the 90s and early 2000. We won't take it. Okay. Breathe. It's just a movie. But if you got any issues or suppressed emotions than you can live it on the big screen. This is a no holds bar, beat the brakes off, gladiator gone fatty trashing woman and entitled fat cow lawyers the beating of a life time. I really enjoyed seeing crow. I don't even mind he is fat, it kinda adds to his whole fed-up with societies garbage piling up, as the economy sours and people are acting like the typical hollywood jerks. Nice guys can only take so much
Reviews seem to be all over the place for this movie but I liked it. Russell Crowe plays a man who has gone over the edge and has nothing left to lose the further he plummets off the deep end. He has just gone through an extreme situation and has no plan of action afterwards. His personal world has ended and he is driving around, coming down from adrenaline, and trying to figure out where to go from here when Rachel (Caren Pistorius) shares him with her horn while he is zoned out at a stoplight. Now he has a new target and after being denied an apology for her action, has decided that this is where his life has now taken him. He is going to punish her.
There are many unrealistic moments in this movie and alot of bad desicion making but it's also pretty tense at times. This is not the kind of film where you look at what the main character is doing wrong and yell to the screen what she should be doing. This is the kind of film where you just sit back and see where her story goes. If you leave expectations at the door, you could be pleasantly surprised by this little thriller.
This movie came and went from the theaters. It isn't a story that will blow your mind, or a movie that has effects that will knock your socks off. But, it is a fun road-rage movie none the less. Russell Crowe delivers a chilling performance of a man who was pushed over the edge and an unfortunate woman must escape his road rage and save her son. If you're open to this fun title, it'll get your blood pumping.
A Very “Dark” Psychological Saga – Road Rage Gone Wild This saga is a very sick story and it gets “DARKER” and much sicker as it progresses. UNHINGED is filled with “slightly elevated reality” – which is “Code Word Phrase” way of saying that the story is filled with a lot of unwarranted and senseless beatings, threats by vehicle, and killings by a sick paranoid man who really wanted “suicide by cop.” It is not a stretch to say that this movie is definitely of strong/unrelenting character and it is without question a Horror: Mystery/Thriller that’s over-the-top