Chicago Cab

"Weak"

Chicago Cab Review


Nothing inspires more horror in me than the words "Based on the play..." and sure enough, Chicago Cab has that based-on-theatre feel to it. Day-in-the-life-of-a-cab-driver has been done before (never successfully, though), and this star-packed film does nothing to reverse that trend.

Aka Hellcab.



Facts and Figures

Run time: 96 mins

In Theaters: Friday 2nd October 1998

Distributed by: Trimark

Production compaines: New Crime Productions, Child's Will Productions, GFT Entertainment

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 50%
Fresh: 4 Rotten: 4

IMDB: 6.6 / 10

Cast & Crew

Starring: as Cab Driver, Tim Gamble as Religious Father, Olivia Trevino as 4-Year Old Girl, Moira Sinise as Religious Mother, Rana Khan as Pakistani, as X-Hat, as Al, Shanésia Davis-Williams as Lawyer, Laura Kellogg Sandberg as Bug-Eyed Woman, Ora Jones as Pregnant Woman, as Crack Head, Shulie Cowen as Stoner Girl, Andrew Rothenberg as Homer, as Sports Fan, Carol Hall as Mega Shopper, Tim Reinhard as Geek, Hubert Taczanowski as Immigrant, Vince Green as Young Urban Man, Laura Whyte as Mom, as Male Ad Exec, as Female Ad Exec, John C. Reilly as Steve, Tara Chocol as Receptionist, Ron Dean as Old Snack Trucker, Don H. Julien as Nail Biter, Marc Nelson as Fat Guy, Holly Wantuch as Dog Lady, Sunni-Ali Powell as Ganja Man, Troy West as Story Man, John Mohrlein as One-Handed Man, as Shalita, as Pissed-Off Boyfriend, as Southside Girl, as Southside Guy, as Scary Man, Mary Ann Thebus as Old Drunk Woman, Loren Lazerine as Obnoxious Guy #1, Jeff Still as Obnoxious Guy #2, as Distraught Woman, Reggie Hayes as Architect, Mark G. Pavuk as Bartender, David Michael Fordham as Bar Patron, Phillip Edward Van Lear as Father-To-Be


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