The Chase

"Unbearable"

The Chase Review


Unwatchable crap. Sorry for being blunt.


The Chase

Facts and Figures

Run time: 94 mins

In Theaters: Friday 4th March 1994

Box Office Worldwide: $8M

Budget: $26M

Production compaines: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Capitol Films, Hercules Films

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 1 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 37%
Fresh: 7 Rotten: 12

IMDB: 5.7 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Starring: as Jackson Hammond, as Natalie Voss, as Dalton Voss, as Byron Wilder (Channel 8 traffic reporter), as Officer Dobbs (lead chase car driver), as Officer Figus, Wayne Grace as Chief Boyle, as Liam Segal, as Ari Josephson, Joe Sagal as Sergeant Hodges (as Joe Sagal), as Yvonne Voss, Alex Morris as Cop 1 (as Alex Allen Morris), Marco Perella as Cop 2, Wirt Cain as Bill Cromwell, Bree Walker as Wendy Sorenson (as Bree Walker Lampley)


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