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Rushlights (2013)

Rushlights

Overview


Genre

Crime, Romance, Thriller

Release Date

June 21, 2013 (Limited)

MPAA Rating

R

Duration

95 min.

Studio

Vertical Entertainment

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Don't waste your weekend watch this movie.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Antoni Stutz

Producer

Cecilia Miniucchi, Donald Zuckerman

Screenwriter

Antoni Stutz, Ashley Scott Meyers

Starring

  • Josh Henderson as Billy Brody
  • Haley Webb
  • Beau Bridges as Sheriff Robert Brogden, Jr.
  • Aidan Quinn
  • Lorna Raver
  • Jordan Bridges
  • Crispian Belfrage
  • Philip Lenkowsky

Story


"Rushlights", a dark, gritty action-mystery thriller, stars Golden Globe and Emmy winner Beau Bridges (The Descendants, The Fabulous Baker Boys, Max Payne) and Aidan Quinn (Unknown, The Mission, Legends of the Fall). "Rushlights" revolves around Billy Brody (Josh Henderson, star of TNT's new hit series "Dallas") and Sarah (Haley Webb, Final Destination), two delinquent young lovers from the suburbs of Los Angeles, traveling to a small Texas town to falsely claim a dead friend's inheritance. The two teens, haunted by their own dubious pasts while pursuing their scam, wind up in a nightmare of greed and betrayal when confronted with the twisted and bizarre underworld of Tremo, TX - population 2870.

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Poster of Vertical Entertainment's Rushlights (2013)
Poster of Vertical Entertainment's Rushlights (2013)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..neo-noir suffers from tone-deaf performances and a script full of holes..”
by John DeFore [Hollywood Reporter]
“.."Rushlights" knows it isn't much of a movie. It isn't aiming for the stars. Like many of its characters, it's made itself quite comfortable in the gutter..”
by Barbara VanDenburgh [Arizona Republic]
“..when it comes to film plotting, too many twists just result in an annoying tangle. And there are too many twists in Antoni Stutz's uninvolving "Rushlights"..”
by Neil Genzlinger [New York Times]