Action / Crime / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 88%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 13,463


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April 6, 2019



Frank Grillo as Harrigan
Garret Dillahunt as Lt. Compton
Shea Whigham as Dennis Farell
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609.22 MB
23.976 fps
82 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by boss_270 9 / 10 / 10

adrenaline-fueled action thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat

The story line is not all that original but it's well-made and engaging. There's nothing wrong with rehashed, recycled story lines as long as they are put together with good acting, a good script and good camera work. If you're a fan of Frank Grillo then definitely check this out. Some reviewers complained of the excessive profanity but given the situation he was in, I think anybody would be cursing heavily. Most of the film takes place in the vehicle with the camera on Grillo. Some viewers might be out off by that. I thought the camera work did a great job of capturing the grimy, urban underbelly of Philly. This movie is right up my alley because I like crime thrillers with seedy, urban atmospheres.

Reviewed by phanthinga 10 / 10 / 10

Good Netflix original movie

With the title called Wheelman if you expect anything more than a movie about a man behind the wheel you clearly watching the wrong movie.Almost shot entirely in a car Wheelman starring Frank Grillo as a getaway driver being set up for a future gang war.The movie is not overblow with sick car chase scene like Baby Driver recently or as deep as Drive in term of plot but i enjoy it very much.With the short runtime about 77 minutes don't skip this movie because the genetic poster give it a chance

Reviewed by bradley-trent 10 / 10 / 10

What Driver Should Have Been

This spare, stark, simple double-cross story is hung on the bones of some of the best road-action camera work I've seen since the 1980s. The chase- scene shot sequencing hearkens back to the early giants of the genre: Bullit, The Driver, The Blues Brothers. The makers spend plenty of attention on watching the Wheelman manipulate the controls of his car and presenting realistic, easy-to-follow driving choreography. Nothing in this thing breaks your suspension of disbelief... unlike other multi-million dollar, CGI-choked car-chase franchises I can think of. Yes, as some reviewers have complained, most of the conflict is advanced through cell phone conversations, but that merely serves to throw the many actions sequences into even sharper relief. The director never pulls you out of the car to set you safely on the sidelines as the action goes whizzing by; you're in the seat with the bullets flicking past your head. Sit down, listen to the dialogue, and you'll like this inexpensive little jewel.

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