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- A man and his wife are driving cross-country from Mass. to San Diego when their new car mysteriously breaks down. A truck driver stops and assists them by taking his wife to the nearest diner to phone for help but in reality is kidnapping her, causing her husband to track down his wife and the kidnapper himself.
- Jeff and Amy Taylor are moving to California and must drive across the country. When they find themselves stranded in the middle of a desert with hardly anyone or anything around, their trip comes to a sudden halt. Amy had taken a ride with a friendly trucker to a small diner to call for help, but after a long time, Jeff becomes worried. He finds that no one in the diner has seen or heard from his wife. When he finds the trucker who gave Amy the ride, the trucker swears he has never seen her. Now Jeff must attempt to find his wife, who has been kidnapped and is being held for ransom. But who can he trust?
- "Man, am I exhausted."<br/><br/> That was the comment I made after watching 1997s summer sleeper Breakdown. This is the kind of movie that works so well and moves so fast that despite moments of plausibility, it won't give you time to think or even care about such things.<br/><br/> In the beginning we see a happily married couple Jeff & Amy Taylor (played to the cue by Kurt Russell & Kathleen Quinlan)hitting the open road. After leaving a gas station (where I will never leave the hood of my car propped up again) their Jeep Cherokee breaks down and do the the fact that they are in the middle of nowhere their cell phones are out of range to call for help.<br/><br/> Coincidently, (perhaps)? a trucker named 'Red' (the late and very talented J.T. Walsh) happen to drive by to offer assistance and Jeff (in his one weak moment but nobody's perfect) agrees to let his wife hitch a ride to the nearest town while he waits behind.<br/><br/> Tick tock, tick tock. Time starts to get the best of Jeff and in a state of mild panic he inspects the SUV and discovers a few loosened wires which turns out to be the reason the Jeep stalled, and then yep, it's now running like a dream. (I was expecting something like that since it's doubtful the makers of Jeep Cherokee would allow anything else).<br/><br/> Now things are getting bad. Jeff arrives in town only to discover that Amy never arrived and nobody has scene a thing. While in the restaurant one drunk suggests he checks the ladies room so Jeff does but only to discover a woman vomiting in the toilet.<br/><br/> The plot takes an interesting turn when Jeff spots Red speeding down the freeway and though he successfully pulls him over expecting to find Amy Barr's reply is "I'm sorry, but I've never seen you before in my life." The police arrive at the scene and are sympathetic, but can't offer any real assistance without proof. <br/><br/> What works so well in Breakdown is writer/director Jonathan Mostow has made a movie that is not only exciting and thrilling but SMART TOO. Like a lot of movies, the good guy tends to do so many stupid and unmotivated things (see Jurassic Park 3 for proof) that eventually I start rooting for the bad guy. I also liked Russell's character Jeff a lot and admired his determination on not giving up to rescue Amy. And the final chase sequence is the best I've seen since Steve McQueens brilliant film, 'Bullitt."<br/><br/> Jolly good show Jonathan.
- This is from the film noir tradition where hapless schmucks find themselves caught in the gears of nightmare, the abstract weave of roads on a map in the credit sequence might as well be the strings of fate the schmuck is tied to and forced to dance.<br/><br/>Suitably abstract at first, a happily modern life, exemplified in the SUV with its fancy leather and electronics, that for some inexplicable reason breaks down on the road and the couple get out to be greeted only by a hostile nothingness. In the western man was master of this world, here witless noir pawn. The suggestion is that everything might have been okay had he not stepped on the gas too hard because he panicked, the anxiety causing the breakdown. <br/><br/>But this is soon abandoned for ordinary schemes where the fragility of that modern life is exposed by having it so easily exploited as someone reaching under the hood of a car and snapping two wires that held it together. It is still his suburban nightmare of having lost his wife and not having enough money in that Boston bank account to get her back with because he paid for the fancy car but now we have petty conmen looking for just money and everything clear and simple.<br/><br/>So this is one of those films where you can see the wonderful ambiguities of noir being supplanted by a simple traction, another is Lethal Weapon. First the thriller and then action mechanics. By the end it's silly and straightforward, the sole reason not to turn it off being that you might want to see people avoid being run over by a truck or hang from a bridge.
- Breakdown is just a skillfully constructed, smartly conceived, escapist thriller that does just about everything right.
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