Directed by: Derrick Borte
Written by: Carl Ellsworth
Starring: Russell Crowe, Caren Pistorius, Gabriel Bateman, Jimmi Simpson, Austin P. McKenzie
The film starts with a young mother named Rachel (Caren Pistorius), who seems to be having a bit of a bad morning, where she is running late, experiencing difficulties with a divorce, and ends up in several queues of traffic no matter which way she goes to try and avoid it.
She ends up in a road rage incident where someone in the car in front doesn’t move when the lights turn green, and instead of honking her horn in a friendly way, she holds down the horn, twice, before speeding off before the lights end up on red again.
Much to her bad luck, the guy (Russell Crowe) she ends up getting enraged with, is a violent psychopath who is adamant on getting his revenge and doesn’t seem to care who ends up in his way and he ends up injuring many people along the way all whilst seeing red.
This film was a great watch I enjoyed it a lot more than I first realised and I found to have been on the edge of my seat for the whole duration of the film and felt very much gripped from start to finish!
I highly recommend giving this film a watch, if you haven’t already, it is a good film and worth a watch!
I rate this film 4 stars!