Throttle (2005)



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A man is pitted against a machine in a desperate game of wits in this thriller. Tom Weaver (Grayson McCouch) works as an analyst with a major financial institution, and on the side has become involved in an illegal business project with co-worker Gavin Matheson (Adrian Paul). Tom has misgivings about the deal at the last minute, and after an argument with Gavin he finds himself alone in a five-level underground parking garage late at night. Tom discovers that someone has damaged his car, his … More

Rating: R (violence, terror and language)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
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Written By: James Seale, Neil Elman
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On DVD: Aug 2, 2005


as Tom Weaver

as Gavin Matheson

as Molly Weaver

as Repo Man

as Lead Officer
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Films like Throttle are why I watch direct-to-video films. There's almost no budget, no one of name in it, and still the movie has you on the edge of your seat the whole time. Throttle was very entertaining and did a lot with what little they had. A businessman, leaving work finds himself stuck, in the basement of a parking garage, with nowhere to go, and a killer on his tale. It's a definite thrill ride, albeit a very predictable one. I'm no super sleuth, but I had the killer pegged within the first 25 minutes. The acting, is what you'd expect in these types of films. Some were pretty good, while others were terrible. The lead, Grayson McCouch was great. He doesn't have much under his belt, but if he keeps putting on performances like this one, it won't be long until everyone knows his name. Throttle is electrifying and exciting, but isn't going to blow anyone away. If you're looking for something simple and entertaining, be sure to check it out!

Todd Smith

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A guy in a parking garage being chased by a guy in an old black truck because the guy being chased wasn't nice. Low budget, but sort of entertaining.

I?ll say one thing about this movie, the pace is amazing. Okay, so the plot is a little far fetched and over the top, but it moves along so briskly it never bores. The performances are decent, suspenseful plot, good score. There are some very intense scenes a few good surprises. Good effort.

James Higgins

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