Green Rush



IMDb Rating 4 10 16


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Reviewed by burlesonjesse5 5 / 10 / 10

VIEWS ON FILM review of Green Rush

"You wanna make some real money?" Sure, who wouldn't. Well there are better ways of making real money without killing, raping, and holding people hostage. Anyway, if you wanna see the black comedy version of a pot flick, then check out 1998's Homegrown. If you want something a little more bestial like Trespass or Straw Dogs, then Green Rush could put the paranoia in PRETENDO. 2020's "Green" has a cast of unknowns and their character's plight is based on actual, true events (the truth might be bending). If you are wondering what the "green" in Green Rush stands for, it stands for ganja, dope, fatty, herb. In other words, marijuana. Directed by a rookie in Gerard Roxburgh and feeling overlong even at 88 minutes, Green Rush is a home invasion thriller where some nasty criminals infiltrate a marijuana farm and attempt to steal the farm's hidden profits (spoiler-there's a safe and a cave involved). In verity, Green Rush is movie dithering coupled with psychological, fleshy, and physical torture porn (an ear gets bitten off Mike Tyson-style). Every actor has the need to explain themselves (and their motives) before actually getting down to business. "Green" is also randomly homoerotic and predatory thanks to the disturbing performance of antagonist Ticker (played by Scottish trouper Paul Telfer). Filmed in Northern California, taking place in Northern California, and produced by UFC fighter Urijah Faber, "Green" has slipshod editing, dialogue that feels as if it was written in a rushed state, and some everyday twists and turns. "Green's" story and foundation of a story is there. It's about greed, strained brotherhood, and the inkling of bud legalization. It's just too bad Roxburgh's direction is misguided, stalling, and a little out of sorts. Bottom line: Don't "rush" out to rent Green Rush at your local Redbox. Rating: 2 stars.

Reviewed by mayra-05788 10 / 10 / 10

Horrible production

Not only is the story full of stupid stereotypes and a less than believable storyline, but The production is so bad! The sound is horrible, you can't hear half the things they are saying. Don't waste your time and money.

Reviewed by vance_nathan 10 / 10 / 10

Green Rush, Intense & Unpredictable

Crazy movie (apparently based on a true story, I'm going to look into that.) Totally intense, unexpected twists. Believable action. I love this in a movie, not like all those high-tech, unreal action scenes. Of course those have their place in entertainment, but Green Rush dazzles with rawness and grit, illuminating a world that most don't know exists or could easily relate to. Good insight into the lives of very diverse people. It should make the average person a little uncomfortable; the movie does its job. Definitely worth watching!

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