White Rush (2003)

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Movie Info

A drug deal gone awry leads to harrowing consequences for a group of campers in this thriller from Firestarter director Mark L. Lester. When they stumble across the aftermath of a botched, deep-woods drug deal, Chick (Louis Mandylor) convinces his nature-bound friends to pocket the cash and sell the cocaine that was left behind by the would-be dealers. Unaware that dealer Brian Nathanson (Judd Nelson) has survived the ordeal and witnessed the campers' indiscretion, he vows to track them down and retrieve the missing contraband. Meanwhile, the powerful drug lord behind the deal has hired a beautiful but lethal assassin to track down the drugs and the money at any cost -- and she's more than happy to fulfill her mission and take down anyone who gets in her way.
Rating:
R (for violence, sexuality, language and drug content)
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
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Studio:
Canon Films Corp

Cast

Judd Nelson
as Brian Nathanson
Sandra Vidal
as Solange
Deborah Zoe
as Arlene Gelb
Taylor Sheridan
as Tug/Douglas
Tom Wright
as Detective Brandt
Eddie Velez
as Santos Chabron
Jason Cairns
as Creach
Ivo Cutzarida
as Londono Garcia
Danny Arroyo
as Carlos Devon
Will Caceres
as Mexican No. 1
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Critic Reviews for White Rush

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Audience Reviews for White Rush

½

Take 5 friends - one married couple, one dating couple, and a bad cop - and throw them into the woods near a drug deal gone bad. The cop goes to investigate, kills what he thinks is the remaining living witness and steals the drugs and money. That is the premise of this low budget, low quality movie. Even being a fan of Nelson and Helfer didn't make this watchable. Terrible, mind-blowingly unbelievable story and horrible dialogue paired with bad acting. Miss this.

Don Schick
Don Schick
½

Bland crime thriller. It's another one of those movies that's not particularly bad, nor is it particularly good in any way. Adequate in most respects - like acting and direction.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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