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Recoil, Movie, 1998 IMDB

Pictures provided by: CarChasesFanatic, garco

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Also known as:

  • Recoil - Tödliche Vergeltung (Germany)
  • À chacun sa vengeance (France)

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-01-14 19:05

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and finally this last funny pic, that shows you that the stuntman was wearing shorts when doing the scene :lol:

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-01-14 19:16

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Well this movie is produced by PM Productions, so Merhi and Pepin, which is sinonimum of lets do a low budget movie with an uninteresting plot and full of car chases and car action, that is, crap :)

ProwlerX US

2007-01-15 03:46

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Chases = :D

Dialog = [:kiki]

Plot = :/

-- Last edit: 2007-01-15 03:47:17

Skid US

2007-01-15 20:11

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I've seen this movie 3 or 4 times now...it's so bad it's hilarious. Rest assured, fellow members, this isn't your average cheap action movie, this is something ten times worse. And by worse, I mean better!

ecclefechan SX

2007-12-01 15:48

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"it's so bad it's hilarious. Rest assured, fellow members, this isn't your average cheap action movie, this is something ten times worse."

I have to disagree with that. This is a typical PM Entertainment movie, which means lots of fiery vehicular stunts and explosive action scenes. And those scenes are very good IMO. True, there's a few continuity errors here and there and nobody is going to win an oscar for their acting, but overall the production values are good and above the standard of most straight to video films.

garco NL

2008-04-04 20:28

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Where can I find that building of 5 kilometer long? That chase is about 5 minutes... :think:

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-04-04 20:42

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What building?

garco NL

2008-04-05 15:51

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I meant in real life. ;) In the chase with the motorcycle they drive into a building. (Same shot 3 times etc.) Real bad chase...

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-04-05 16:43

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Ah the warehouse, yes.

mister car from 971

2008-04-05 19:45

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Hey! I remember that I saw this TV movie in 1999 or 2000, when I was in 6th or 7th grade! And my mother laughed at a bad guy who has been shot dead during the shooting in the warehouse! Moreover, the chase in the hills remind me of the one in the TV action series Los Angeles Heat in which the two cops (Chase McDonald and August) were drivin' a SUV from the 1980's or early 1990's which was pushed away by a truck and the two guys fell from the hill and they survived of the crash!

-- Last edit: 2008-04-05 19:51:35

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-04-05 20:02

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Yes, in L.A. Heat they stole the chases from these movies, they are from the same producers.

garco NL

2008-04-07 20:58

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I'm desperately searching for L.A. Heat on DVD... (region 2 of course ;) )

Great show!

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-04-07 20:58

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Indeed, but it is annoyingly hard to find any DVD or downlaods for it :mad:

garco NL

2008-04-07 21:03

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I've seen them on amazon.com (2nd hand) but I don't dare to order it in the US...

Alexander DE

2008-04-07 21:04

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garco wrote Where can I find that building of 5 kilometer long? ...

Here: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seebad_Prora ;)

garco NL

2008-04-07 21:07

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:)

ecclefechan SX

2008-04-26 23:32

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mister car from 971 wrote Hey! I remember that I saw this TV movie in 1999 or 2000, when I was in 6th or 7th grade! And my mother laughed at a bad guy who has been shot dead during the shooting in the warehouse! Moreover, the chase in the hills remind me of the one in the TV action series Los Angeles Heat in which the two cops (Chase McDonald and August) were drivin' a SUV from the 1980's or early 1990's which was pushed away by a truck and the two guys fell from the hill and they survived of the crash!


It was shot in 1997.

ecclefechan SX

2008-06-03 13:46

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garco wrote I meant in real life. ;) In the chase with the motorcycle they drive into a building. (Same shot 3 times etc.) Real bad chase...


It's an awesome chase! :D

Actually, the bad guy in the motorcycle reaches the end of the warehouse and gets cornered by cops, so he does a jump on top of a cop carand heads back in the opposite direction, so it's not meant to be one REALLY long warehouse. The length it's shown at in the scene is much the same as it is in real life, as I've seen the same location in several other movies (mainly by the same production company) and it is pretty long in length. It's featured in "Executive Target" and "Running Red" for example.

CRAFT372 US

2013-01-11 23:45

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This is a real Car chase movie just watch for you self http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui6cscc3hT0

CRAFT372 US

2013-01-11 23:45

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ProwlerX wrote Chases = :D

Dialog = [:kiki]

Plot = :/

Word :) :) :)

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-01-14 02:49

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Exploding Daytona taken from To The Limit (1995).

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-09-22 19:05

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CAR ACTION...
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Police cars explode.

Honda XR 600 VS police cars chase.

Buick Skylark rollover.

Ford Taurus VS Ford Econoline and Ford Mustang chase.

Ford Taurus crash and explosion.

Chevrolet Caprice VS Chevrolet Caprice Classic chase. No crash.

Chevrolet Suburban VS Chevrolet Impala and Peterbilt 352.

Chevrolet Impala rollover.

Chevrolet Suburban rollover.

Dodge Daytona explosion. Taken from TO THE LIMIT (1995).

Chevrolet Caprice VS Chevrolet Caprice Classic short chase.

Chevrolet Caprice Classic explosion and rollover.

Cadillac limousine speeding; crash and explosion.

-- Last edit: 2015-10-04 01:32:44

JohnnyK US

2018-05-21 21:17

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ProwlerX wrote Chases = :D

Dialog = [:kiki]

Plot = :/


Sound Effects = :mad:

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