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USA: Chicago Releasing
USA: The Weinstein Company and Genius Products LLC
Cast: Nathan Philllips, Nadia Bjorlin, Angus Macfadyen, Tim Matheson, Eddie Griffin, Jesse Johnson, Denyce Lawton, Neill McClung, Barbara Niven, Marc Crumpton, Hal Ozsan, Faleolo Alailima, Christopher Backus, Kevin Levrone, Todd Lowe
Director: Andy Cheung
USA: 95 mins
USA Rated: PG-13 for violence, illegal and reckless behavior, sexual content, language and drug references
USA Release Date: 13 April 2007 (Limited Release)
USA DVD Release Date: 21 August 2007
SANTA MONICA, CA - Fear nothing. Risk everything. REDLINE features some of the world's most exotic cars in eye-popping, adrenaline-pumping stunt sequences.
Kicking the classic, cross-country chase genre into overdrive with a stunning collection of vehicles - including a Phantom Rolls Royce, Lamborghini Murcielago, Enzo Ferrari, Ferrari F430, Ferrari Scaglietti and two Mercedes SLR McLarens - REDLINE matches its impressive array of horsepower with an equally attractive cast of hot-bodied young stars.
With funnyman Eddie Griffin (Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalow) and Tim Matheson (Animal House) leading the charge, the high-octane thrill ride is supported by sexy stars Nadia Bjorin ("Days Of Our Lives"), Nathan Phillips (Snakes On A Plane), Angus MacFayden (Saw III), and a harem of Hollywood hotties.
Directed by Hong Kong stunt coordinator Andy Cheung (END GAME), REDLINE is a fast moving action thriller. Featuring the personal performance car collection of the film's executive producer Daniel Sadek, who also produces and co-wrote the story, REDLINE co-stars Nadia Bjorlin and Eddie Griffin, who accidentally managed to wreck Sadek's prized, rare Enzo Ferrari during filming.
DVD EXTRAS (US Region 1)
The film comes equipped on DVD with an awesome array of indulgent extras, including two featurettes: Under The Hood: The Making of Redline and Redline: At the LA Auto Show.
Languages: English Dolby 5.1
Subtitles: Spanish, Closed Captioned
Running time: 93 minutes