Enrapture Reviews

  • Mar 11, 2017

    Struggling actor and part time limousine driver becomes tangled in web of murder and deceit after his clients wind up dead. Despite the victims' deep connections to organized crime and no apparent motive, the lazy police conveniently pin the blame on the driver. Regardless of logic gaps, film far exceeds Director Vincent's string of awful comedies.

    Struggling actor and part time limousine driver becomes tangled in web of murder and deceit after his clients wind up dead. Despite the victims' deep connections to organized crime and no apparent motive, the lazy police conveniently pin the blame on the driver. Regardless of logic gaps, film far exceeds Director Vincent's string of awful comedies.

  • Oct 27, 2012

    Not one of Chuck Vincent's best films. A somewhat miserable chauffeur becomes a suspect in the murder of a rich but shady bank executive and his young wife that he drives. No character is all that appealing except maybe Keith's girlfriend.

    Not one of Chuck Vincent's best films. A somewhat miserable chauffeur becomes a suspect in the murder of a rich but shady bank executive and his young wife that he drives. No character is all that appealing except maybe Keith's girlfriend.

  • Aug 11, 2011

    Not one of Chuck Vincent's best films. A somewhat miserable chauffeur becomes a suspect in the murder of a rich but shady bank executive and his young wife that he drives. No character is all that appealing except maybe Keith's girlfriend.

    Not one of Chuck Vincent's best films. A somewhat miserable chauffeur becomes a suspect in the murder of a rich but shady bank executive and his young wife that he drives. No character is all that appealing except maybe Keith's girlfriend.