Saturday, September 19, 2015
Adrenaline DVD Review
Actors: John Schneider, Michael Rosander
Directors: Joseph Simpkins
Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Word Films
DVD Release Date: September 8, 2015
Run Time: 93 minutes
Adrenaline is an awesome movie. The actors are Gregory Alan Williams, Charlene Amoia, Michael Rosander, John Schneider. It shows you what will and determination will do for someone.
Joseph is in a car accident after a street race and loses the use of his legs. When he is in the hospital he rooms with Elijah and finds out that just because something bad happens it doesn’t mean your life is over. Elijah helps him through many rough and impossible things in his life.
When Joseph goes back home he and his Uncle Paul talk and things start moving forward from there. Joseph wants to get back into racing, but how can a man who can’t use his legs race?
Joseph meets a fantastic therpist who helps him in many ways and they fall in love. Joseph also goes back to the hospital to visit Elijah many times and Elijah always has words of wisdom for him and it always makes him think.
Just when things are going so well in many parts of his life Jason shows up in the races. Jason is the one Joseph is racing when he gets in the horrible accident. It keeps bugging Joseph to race Jason. He can’t get it out of his mind. Also Joseph keeps having a dream about his dad that died when he was young. See how all of this fits together and see what Joseph finally decides to do.
Highly recommended DVD for friends and family. Very good family friendly movie. If you love the racing life and even if you don’t you will love this movie.
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