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Thunder Road

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Arthur Ripley

Año de producción

1958

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Sobre la película

Lucas Doolin (Robert Mitchum), héroe de guerra, se une a un antiguo compañero que se dedica de forma clandestina a fabricar whisky. Su trabajo consiste en conducir un coche con este alcohol de contrabando arremetiendo contra controles policiales, evitando emboscadas y afrontando cualquier tipo de problema que le pueda impedir cumplir con su objetivo. El asesinato de uno de sus hombres en manos de unos bandoleros que se adentran en su territorio hace que empiece una guerra entre bandas. El precio a pagar puede ser incluso la vida pero, si eso impide que caiga el negocio que tanto les ha costado levantar, habrá valido la pena.
 

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9.0

"Pleasingly anti-authority, having a good feel for local ways, featuring a powerful performance by Mitchum and with exciting highway chases along nighttime back roads, the crime drama remained gripping. It has become a cult favorite, and covers that backwoods area as well as any film ever has and has become the ultimate road movie. "

Dennis Schwartz de Ozus' World Movie Reviews

7.8

"Southern drive-in staple Thunder Road is basically The Robert Mitchum Show; not only does the sleepy-eyed tough guy headline this romanticized portrait of a Tennessee moonshine transporter, but he also produced it, penned its script and theme song, and had his son cast in a supporting role (as his kid brother!). The ubiquitously involved star's charisma can't completely overshadow a sluggish plot, in which Mitchum's sexually magnetic whisky hauler makes the ladies swoon and his male cohorts jealous while evading the law, battling a crooked businessman and preventing his sibling from entering the liquor racquet. Nonetheless, its hard-charging chase sequences make it a vintage Dukes of Hazzard-flavored noir."

Nick Schager de Slant Magazine