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Getaway Imdb

Lamprecht, Herb Andress, Franz Buchrieser, Kristine de Loup. Franz is the accomplice in a heist and ends up injured after an accident during the getaway. Related News. Ninja Warrior vs Getaway Car: can either top Total Wipeout? 07 February | Den of Geek. Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction ().

Getaway Imdb

Details. Country: Italy. Language: Italian. Release Date: 24 September (Italy​) See more». Also Known As: Getaway of Love See more». Filming Locations. Magatsu Wahrheit: Zuerst (). (Germany) See more». Also Known As: Vacation Getaway: Marrakech See more». Filming Locations: Marrakech, Morocco. Company Credits. Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (). Related News. Ninja Warrior vs Getaway Car: can either top Total Wipeout? 07 February | Den of Geek. Due to a broken getaway car, three Russian jewel thieves are forced to take shelter in an empty Viennese coffee house. They knock out the waiter and call their. Lamprecht, Herb Andress, Franz Buchrieser, Kristine de Loup. Franz is the accomplice in a heist and ends up injured after an accident during the getaway.

Getaway Imdb

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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. An ex-con and his devoted wife must flee from danger when a heist doesn't go as planned.

Director: Roger Donaldson. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Neo Noir Post Share this Rating Title: The Getaway 5.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Alec Baldwin Carol McCoy Michael Madsen Rudy Travis James Woods Jack Benyon David Morse Jim Deer Jackson Jennifer Tilly Fran Carvey James Stephens Slim Philip Seymour Hoffman Gollie Royce D.

Gun Shop Salesman Daniel Villarreal Luis Mendoza Scott McKenna Red Shirt Alex Colon Ramon Justin Williams Edit Storyline Doc McCoy is put in prison because his partners chickened out and flew off without him after exchanging a prisoner with a lot of money.

Taglines: A dangerous deal. A double cross. Hearing his wife's moans and her laughter at him, a heart-broken Harold commits suicide by hanging himself.

Fran barely looks back as she accompanies Rudy to El Paso. Doc and Carol go to Benyon's house with the money.

Benyon drops broad hints about what Carol did to get Doc out of jail. Carol approaches with a gun, unseen by Doc as he counts the money.

Benyon clearly expects her to shoot Doc, but she kills him instead. Doc is upset, but Carol says she did what she had to do to help Doc and assumes he'd do the same if their situations were reversed.

There continues to be tension between the pair, particularly when Carol loses the money to a con man at a train station in Flagstaff. Doc has to board the train, find the man and subdue him to retrieve the money.

They proceed to the rustic Border Hotel in El Paso, owned by Doc's friend Gollie, to get new passports and identities so they can escape to Mexico.

Rudy is already there waiting with Fran. Benyon's men, led by Jim Deer want the money and arrive in El Paso. Rudy sets a trap and Doc is startled to see him alive.

He knocks out Rudy but resists killing him in cold blood. A long and bloody gunfight ensues with Doc and Carol shooting it out with Benyon's men in the halls and stairwells of the hotel.

Rudy comes to his senses just as the last of Benyon's men die. He makes one more attempt to get the money, but after a hand-to-hand fight he is killed by Doc in an elevator when Doc shoots the cables, sending the elevator plummeting down to ground level, where his body is discovered by a screaming Fran.

Doc and Carol make their way out of the hotel just as the police arrive, and hijack a pickup truck driven by Slim, an old cowboy, forcing him to drive them to the border.

After safely crossing into Mexico , they buy Slim's truck from him and drive southward, making their getaway. The screenplay for the version of The Getaway was written by Walter Hill.

In , Hill's wife, Hildy Gottlieb, had left her job as an agent to head up Alec Baldwin's production company, Meadowbrook Productions.

Hill and Baldwin were friendly — at one stage they were going to make The Fugitive together before being replaced by Andrew Davis and Harrison Ford.

According to Baldwin, Hill always wanted to film his original script of The Getaway before it had been changed by Sam Peckinpah.

Hill was going to direct with Baldwin starring, then, according to Baldwin, "they got into a hassle about the budget and Walter split to go do Geronimo , and he gave everybody his blessing to go do it without him.

Donaldson originally said no as he did not want to do a remake. Then he read the script "and I really liked it," said Donaldson. I saw how I could put my own stamp on it.

There were lots of things about it that appealed to me: I love the Southwest, I love the genre of the road movie, I love a thriller and I like the sort of underlying conflicts of the relationships in that movie.

Baldwin said he "always wanted to do a movie that required what I consider to be movie acting, which is that it's not what you do, but what you don't do.

It's all about small, and less and less. An action film is a perfect opportunity for that. There's always a steady flow of action films — it's the most mined material — but what distinguishes an action movie is the acting.

Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger had fallen in love while making The Marrying Man together and he asked her to play the female role. Basinger said she "loved" the original movie "a lot.

It had this cult status. But my first reaction to Alec's suggestion was no. I saw that this theme could be summed up in one word — trust And I said to Alec, "See what we have here.

This is all about trust. These two people can't trust anybody or anything. They can't trust their colleagues. They seemingly can't trust each other.

And when mistrust occurs, it breeds violence and havoc. Basinger says her views were incorporated into rewrites of the script by Amy Jones.

She liked them and accepted the role. The movie asks all sorts of questions about our relationship. I'd said to Alec that if we did this together, I wanted it to be more of a partnership movie than the first.

I wanted to see where that aspect went, with the movie being more about the relationship and the violence running second — although there's plenty of that in the movie Let's not kid ourselves.

This movie is made for a commercial audience. It's a very difficult question for me because I don't like violence. But at the same time, how else are we going to make a film that faithfully mirrors the truth out there in our society?

This is a story about misfits in a world of misfits. It's a story about trust and mistrust and how mistrust breeds violence.

It was filmed in the spring of and was originally set to be released in December of that year. These scenes are always the toughest of any scenes to do

A Texas policeman is also seen holding one. A child on the train, Raymond Raymond King , squirts a water gun resembling a into Doc's face.

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Selena Gomez The Kid. Jon Voight The Voice. Rebecca Budig Leanne. Bruce Payne Distinguished Man. Paul Freeman The Man. Ivailo Geraskov Detective. Dimo Alexiev Henchman 1.

Velislav Pavlov Henchman 2. Dejan Angelov Henchman 3. Courtney Solomon Director. Sean Finegan Screenwriter. Gregg Maxwell Parker Screenwriter.

Courtney Solomon Producer. Allan Zeman Producer. Moshe Diamant Producer. Christopher Milburn Producer. Joel Silver Executive Producer.

Steve Richards Executive Producer. Julius R. Nasso Executive Producer. January 3, Full Review…. September 19, Full Review…. September 8, Rating: 1.

July 31, Full Review…. April 9, Full Review…. January 26, Rating: C Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jun 06, So despite this films title the plot isn't actually about a getaway no Sir, its more along the lines of someone having to complete missions in a time limit or his wife dies.

Yep that's the whole plot in a nutshell, Ethan Hawke is trapped within a souped-up GT Super Snake Mustang and must do whatever the mystery voice on his phone says or his kidnapped wife gets it.

There are two problems with this concept Hawke picks up Selena Gomez along the way. First off the mystery voice and lips we see are obviously Jon Voight, there is no mystery at all, its Jon Voight, moving on.

The silly thing is the location for this action is Sofia, Bulgaria for some reason and generally in that country you probably won't see highly souped-up Mustangs.

So the fact that Hawk is tearing around the city doing all these crazy things is completely idiotic because firstly the car stands out like a sore thumb so there is no way in hell you could disappear or be remotely inconspicuous The fact Hawke is able to quietly drive around in his burbling Mustang with generally no attention is absurd.

That's the main issue which lets down the entire plot, it just doesn't work, but there are many others. I'm still not really sure why Voight goes to all that trouble with Hawke behind the wheel, surely he could do what he intended stealthily?

On another point I see absolutely no reason why Gomez's character was required. Voight's mystery character sets her up with Hawke but there is no real need for her, she is literately just there to gain a wider audience.

The other thing that really made me giggle to myself was the poorly forced notion that Gomez's character is some kind of petrol head and the Mustang is actually hers She reels off all this car jargon in a lame attempt to try and make you believe she's a cool cat and she may be of some use to Hawke's character in the film.

Of course she is a nerdy techno kid so she does come in handy hacking into all the digital cams that have been fixed around the car and naturally she grows to like Hawke's character and wants to help him blah blah blah.

I'm not saying this film should be anything epic, the film was released under the Dark Castle Entertainment label which is basically a straight to DVD type get up so in affect you get what you pay for.

As I said its not all awful though, the idea is sound and its directed well to be honest. Instead of regular filming we see the main two car occupants through the various in-car digi cams which Voight's character uses to watch them.

Its nothing that incredible but it adds a nice touch of originality to an otherwise slightly unoriginal idea, it does looks good at times.

The other main hook is the car chases and car wrecks you see throughout the film. Think along the lines of 'Ronin' and you're not far off, its not as slick as that film and the fact its all at night means you don't see everything clearly but I can't deny some of it was impressive.

Totally daft how these shitty old Bulgarian police cars manage to keep up with this hyper Mustang or so we're lead to believe, it ain't no rice racer and its utterly hilarious how this Mustang gets into so many prangs and collisions but suffers hardly any damage!!

Its so obvious they wanted the car to remain intact for as long as possible, to remain recognisable, they were probably under instructions by the folk at Mustang.

Unfortunately it adds even more to the already high levels of unrealistic nonsense and takes you out of the film completely.

At one point Hawke's character slams the car bonnet first into a police car, shunting him off the road, yet the Mustangs headlights still work with no sign of damage!

Towards the end we do get some twists and turns which kinda work but leave it feeling a bit convoluted. Again in order to gain a wider audience they have cast a real duo of classic bad guys leading up to Voight Their roles are so so small so don't get excited, like I said they're there just to add a bit of class but really with such small parts anyone could of played their roles.

Them being there doesn't change anything or make the film better. Its a throw away flick which is a shame because it could of been much better if they ironed out some of the silliness.

There really is so much stuff that just doesn't add up and we don't really learn who Voight's character is or what is overall game plan is, he's just pinching loads of money via computers in an extremely over complicated way it seems.

Phil H Super Reviewer. May 18, This film crashes and burns. It is a big wreck. It needs a major rewrite. Selena Gomez is miscast. At times, she was annoying in the film.

Ethan Hawke and Jon Voight try to make this film work the best they can. The film reminded me of movies like Speed, Transporter movies, and Joyride.

Those films were much better than this one. The editing in the film is terrible. There is a lot of loopholes in the story. He knocks out Rudy but resists killing him in cold blood.

A long and bloody gunfight ensues with Doc and Carol shooting it out with Benyon's men in the halls and stairwells of the hotel.

Rudy comes to his senses just as the last of Benyon's men die. He makes one more attempt to get the money, but after a hand-to-hand fight he is killed by Doc in an elevator when Doc shoots the cables, sending the elevator plummeting down to ground level, where his body is discovered by a screaming Fran.

Doc and Carol make their way out of the hotel just as the police arrive, and hijack a pickup truck driven by Slim, an old cowboy, forcing him to drive them to the border.

After safely crossing into Mexico , they buy Slim's truck from him and drive southward, making their getaway. The screenplay for the version of The Getaway was written by Walter Hill.

In , Hill's wife, Hildy Gottlieb, had left her job as an agent to head up Alec Baldwin's production company, Meadowbrook Productions. Hill and Baldwin were friendly — at one stage they were going to make The Fugitive together before being replaced by Andrew Davis and Harrison Ford.

According to Baldwin, Hill always wanted to film his original script of The Getaway before it had been changed by Sam Peckinpah.

Hill was going to direct with Baldwin starring, then, according to Baldwin, "they got into a hassle about the budget and Walter split to go do Geronimo , and he gave everybody his blessing to go do it without him.

Donaldson originally said no as he did not want to do a remake. Then he read the script "and I really liked it," said Donaldson.

I saw how I could put my own stamp on it. There were lots of things about it that appealed to me: I love the Southwest, I love the genre of the road movie, I love a thriller and I like the sort of underlying conflicts of the relationships in that movie.

Baldwin said he "always wanted to do a movie that required what I consider to be movie acting, which is that it's not what you do, but what you don't do.

It's all about small, and less and less. An action film is a perfect opportunity for that. There's always a steady flow of action films — it's the most mined material — but what distinguishes an action movie is the acting.

Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger had fallen in love while making The Marrying Man together and he asked her to play the female role.

Basinger said she "loved" the original movie "a lot. It had this cult status. But my first reaction to Alec's suggestion was no.

I saw that this theme could be summed up in one word — trust And I said to Alec, "See what we have here. This is all about trust.

These two people can't trust anybody or anything. They can't trust their colleagues. They seemingly can't trust each other. And when mistrust occurs, it breeds violence and havoc.

Basinger says her views were incorporated into rewrites of the script by Amy Jones. She liked them and accepted the role. The movie asks all sorts of questions about our relationship.

I'd said to Alec that if we did this together, I wanted it to be more of a partnership movie than the first.

I wanted to see where that aspect went, with the movie being more about the relationship and the violence running second — although there's plenty of that in the movie Let's not kid ourselves.

This movie is made for a commercial audience.

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