Crank: High Voltage


Action / Crime / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 63%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 49%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 127186


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June 12, 2012 at 03:39 AM



Jason Statham as Chev Chelios
Amy Smart as Eve
Lauren Holly as Psychiatrist
Corey Haim as Randy
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601.41 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
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1hr 36 min
P/S 9 / 45

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by chimera3 9 / 10

The Madness Never Stops Here

The adrenaline rush never stops. The razor-sharp humor and nonstop action are back...and then some. As usual, Chev has to race against time or risk dying, but it isn't because of the poison we saw last time; it's because the villains took his heart and replaced it with an artificial one that has a less-than-reliable battery pack. The trademark "Mission Impossible" type formula is back with a vengeance: fight some villains, consult the doctor, spend time with no particular order.

Once again, there is the usual motley crew of characters who are alongside Chev: gangsters, exotic dancers, adult film stars, the works.The action scenes are definitely ones for the books. Take what you saw in the first "Crank" and then amp it up by, say, twenty. The subtitle is absolutely perfect because that's the pace for which the movie goes: high voltage. Let's face it: the man has nine lives and can't be put down so easily...but don't tell the villains that.

Like the one before it, this is another feel-good movie that will boost your spirits if you had a bad day and you feel like hitting something.

Reviewed by patomartinezfgo 10 / 10

And you thought the first one was crazy

I had so much fun with this movie. This movie is the perfect popcorn flick. Its so much fun to watch with friends while getting drunk.

Obviously this movie is terrible, but it knows that, and it embraces it. It throws everything to the wall and makes you laugh so hard. The performances and story are super over the top and it goes hand in hand with the cinematography and editing.

I must say that the editing is so over the top that it makes you feel the same way as the character, so f*cking excited.

It is definitely not everybody's cup of tea. Your enjoyment of the film will depend on how far the stick is up you a*s. If you don't mind stupid action movies then you are probably going to enjoy it. But if you only enjoy movies with great characters and well written scripts... you are not enjoying this.

Don't get me wrong, I have the stick pretty deep up my a*s, but I know that the fact that this movie is sh*tty is what makes it so good.

Reviewed by Uriah43 2 / 10

A Bad Sequel

This movie takes up where its predecessor left off with a mob hit-man named "Chev Chelios" (Jason Statham) falling from a helicopter at a high altitude and crashing onto a street somewhere in Los Angeles. Then, seconds after hitting the ground, a van pulls up and quickly puts his body inside before driving off. He soon wakes up to find that his heart has been replaced with an electrical device and that the rest of his organs are about to be harvested as well. Naturally, he doesn't quite like that idea and escapes to find the man responsible--and possibly regain his own heart in the process. Now as far as this movie is concerned I must confess that I wasn't particularly impressed with its predecessor which I believed had a great deal of unrealized potential. Because of that I rated it as about average. This movie, however, also had some of the same characteristics of the first but unfortunately it was the bad similarities that predominated. To be more specific, anything other than profanity and mindless action was essentially thrown out the window to make room for more profanity and action. In short, other than possibly the performance of Bai Ling (as a prostitute named "Ria") there really wasn't anything interesting about this film. And even then she was just as foul-mouthed as everybody else. Regardless, I thought that this movie was pretty bad and I have rated it accordingly.

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