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Freeway 1996

From Amazon: Freeway is one of those movies that has the power to simultaneously amaze and disgust just about anyone who dares to view it. Like Seven, Kalifornia, and Natural Born Killers, it's a movie that could be called a product of our times, since it caters to our societal fascination with serial killers and outrageous psychopathic behavior. But make no mistake: director Matthew Bright isn't out to feed anyone's sickest impulse. This is a scathing satire in the age of Jerry Springer fistfights and "real" TV shows like Cops, in which the "I-5 Killer" (Kiefer Sutherland) meets a wayward teenager (Reese Witherspoon)...

Directed By:
No image existsMatthew Bright
Written By:
No image existsMatthew Bright
Reese WitherspoonReese Witherspoon
Kiefer SutherlandKiefer Sutherland
No image existsBrooke Shields
No image existsWolfgang Bodison
No image existsDan Hedaya
No image existsAmanda Plummer
Bokeem WoodbineBokeem Woodbine
Brittany MurphyBrittany Murphy

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Freeway Movie Review by Zara (1/24/2007)

I always have liked watching the movies made earlier on in a famous actress' career, back when they were hungry and yet their bodies didn't look starved. Reese Witherspoon went through a transition from being cast as the sweet, rosy-cheeked little blonde to a foul-mouthed, illiterate teenager in this movie. She's back to...

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