Walking The Edge

  • 1985
  • Movie
  • R
  • Crime

In this low-level blow-'em-away action picture, Jason Walk (Robert Forster) is a Los Angeles cab driver whose life is a mess. He's having trouble in his marriage and just can't collect the money from his sideline as a numbers runner. His life takes a sudden and unexpected turn when Christine (Nancy Kwan) enters his cab. Christine is a gun-toting lady out...read more

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In this low-level blow-'em-away action picture, Jason Walk (Robert Forster) is a Los Angeles cab driver whose life is a mess. He's having trouble in his marriage and just can't collect the money from his sideline as a numbers runner. His life takes a sudden and unexpected turn when

Christine (Nancy Kwan) enters his cab. Christine is a gun-toting lady out to get Brusstar (Joe Spinell), the man who killed her husband and son. Walk innocently takes Christine on her deadly mission and soon finds himself embroiled in a web of danger as both killers and cops are out to get him.

This could have been a nifty little satire, but unfortunately the film substitutes kinetic energy with mindless bloodletting. Norbert Meisel directs with no imagination, leaving Forster and Kwan to flounder, though they do make for an occasionally interesting team. Unfortunately, that's just not

enough to carry what is ultimately a complete waste of time.

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  • Released: 1985
  • Rating: R
  • Review: In this low-level blow-'em-away action picture, Jason Walk (Robert Forster) is a Los Angeles cab driver whose life is a mess. He's having trouble in his marriage and just can't collect the money from his sideline as a numbers runner. His life takes a sudde… (more)

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