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Black Cadillac (2003)

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Supposedly inspired by events experienced by director John Murlowski, Black Cadillac centers on a trio of friends who are left stranded after their car malfunctions on a winding mountain roadway. Although they are fortunate enough to happen upon a deputy, they are constantly menaced by the headlights of the title vehicle. Soon the environs and the friends' frayed emotions make their struggle as difficult as the troublesome car does.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
DEJ Productions

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Cast

Randy Quaid
as Charlie
Josh Hammond
as C.J. Longhammer
Kelly Mullis
as Lurlene
Robert Clunis
as Luther
Marilyn Silva
as Louise
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Critic Reviews for Black Cadillac

All Critics (3)

It doesn't measure up to its influences, to be sure, but on its own, it stands as a nifty, doable chase picture.

Full Review… | May 17, 2005
Hollywood Bitchslap

Black Cadillac offers little more than kinetic chases, a few solid laughs, and Randy Quaid at his most enjoyable - but surely that's good enough.

Full Review… | May 14, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Black Cadillac

½

A surprise gem. I went into the film with low expectations, but found myself on the side of the three protagonists within the first 8 minutes. A very well told, low budget thriller that keeps up the tension, delivers on its characters, and is overall a lot of fun. Randy Quaid is needless to say a delight as the fourth victim. But the writing is pretty sharp and with a minuscule budget, they get away with a lot.

Robert Iwataki
Robert Iwataki

This movie was terrible! I watched about 10-20 minutes & realized I just don't care.DON'T waste your time like I did.Black Cadillac SUCKS!!!

Brody Manson
Brody Manson

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½

A surprise gem. I went into the film with low expectations, but found myself on the side of the three protagonists within the first 8 minutes. A very well told, low budget thriller that keeps up the tension, delivers on its characters, and is overall a lot of fun. Randy Quaid is needless to say a delight as the fourth victim. But the writing is pretty sharp and with a minuscule budget, they get away with a lot.

Robert I (Master of All Movies)
Robert I (Master of All Movies)

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