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      Accelerator

      1999 1h 25m Action List
      Reviews A young car thief (Stuart Sinclair Blyth) hopes to win a race from Belfast to Dublin so he can use the prize money to start a new life in Spain. Read More Read Less

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      Harry Guerin RTÉ (Ireland) Finding a place for social insight within the run-don't walk confines of an action film is no mean feat. Rated: 3/5 Jan 23, 2003 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member wtf... damn, i hate independet movies... well, not all of course. there are some good ones out here, one of them ill rate in this entry... (and american independents are a lot better though) but still.. just watched "Accelerator".. haha, was this a home-made video or what? you see in the first minute this will be a real bad movie.. but oh well, had to watch it to the end (like every film). the funny thing is, all those critics probably love this film.. because.. its. SOO realistic or something.. because there is soo mich social critism etc.. haha. ok, now to the other independet movie.. there are good ones. if they are professional. like "Riding giants".. wow, you didn't see it was an independent movie at any time. oh, and then The Glass House. First half good, second one not. Better a bad hollywood movie with great pictures etc. than some crappy independent film. :( Rated 1 out of 5 stars 01/16/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis A young car thief (Stuart Sinclair Blyth) hopes to win a race from Belfast to Dublin so he can use the prize money to start a new life in Spain.
      Director
      Vinny Murphy
      Producer
      Michael Garland
      Screenwriter
      Vinny Murphy, Mark Stewart
      Genre
      Action
      Original Language
      English
      Runtime
      1h 25m