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Speed 1994

Im Actionfilm Speed müssen Keanu Reeves und Sandra Bullock die Passagiere eines Busses retten, ohne das Fahrzeug anzuhalten - denn an. Von Jan de Bont. Mit Keanu Reeves, Dennis Hopper, Sandra Bullock, Joe Morton, Jeff Daniels und Alan Ruck. Speed (). US-Thriller von Jan de Bont mit Keanu Reeves und Sandra coriolan.eu-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse.

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Um die Stadt Los Angeles zu erpressen, montiert Psychopath Payne eine Bombe in einem Linienbus. Sobald das Fahrzeug weniger als 50 Meilen pro Stunde fährt, geht der Sprengsatz hoch. Cop Jack Traven nimmt Kontakt zu den Leuten im Bus auf. In der. Speed ist ein Actionfilm aus dem Jahr von Regisseur Jan de Bont mit Keanu Reeves, Dennis Hopper und Sandra Bullock in den Hauptrollen. Im Actionfilm Speed müssen Keanu Reeves und Sandra Bullock die Passagiere eines Busses retten, ohne das Fahrzeug anzuhalten - denn an. Speed - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | coriolan.eu Speed (). US-Thriller von Jan de Bont mit Keanu Reeves und Sandra coriolan.eu-Film-Bewertung [?]: unterirdisch schlecht mittelmässig gut weltklasse. Speed: Actionfilm von Mark Gordon mit Keanu Reeves/Sandra Bullock/Jeff Daniels. Jetzt im Kino. Sieh dir Trailer an, lies die Rezensionen von Kunden und Kritikern und kaufe den von Jan de Bont gedrehten Film „Speed ()“ für 3,99 €.

Speed 1994

Speed - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | coriolan.eu Speed Film - Kritik „Speed“ ist ein glasklares 90er-Destillat, in dem sich sämtliche Vorzüge des Action-Kinos dieses filmischen Jahrzehnts in hervorragend. Speed: Actionfilm von Mark Gordon mit Keanu Reeves/Sandra Bullock/Jeff Daniels. Jetzt im Kino.

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Bilder anzeigen. Produktionsland USA. Farb-Format Farbe. Kurz darauf Bibi Blocksberg Film er Reisefieber dem für tot gehaltenen Erpresser kontaktiert. Regisseur De Bont nimmt das Action-Genre vollkommen ernst, die Kunst der Paula Zwickau und Stunts, und er Ein Gutes Omen sich trotz seiner vergleichsweise knapp bemessenen Mittel — 30 Millionen Dollar — daran, seine Vorbilder zu übertrumpfen. Speed ist nicht nur ein spannender Genrefilm sondern auch ein Höhepunkt des Actionkinos. Interviews, Making-Of und Ausschnitte.

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Trivia For the bus jump sequence, the City of Los Angeles gave permission to shoot on the I during the last month of its construction. This required the filming crew to be constantly on the move, depending on the location of the workers.

It also created continuity problems, because the appearance of the set kept changing, as the construction crews would erect or tear down structures. Goofs When Harry is talking to a police woman at the station, about going through the police files, the woman's bangs are messed up.

When the camera pans back to her, every hair is in place. Quotes [ first lines ] Workman : Hey, this area's restricted. Howard Payne : Oh, hi.

Yeah, I know. They called me down here. Some of this wiring got screwed up. Workman : Nobody called it down to me. Unable to stop the train, Jack accelerates it, causing it to plow through a construction site and burst onto Hollywood Boulevard , which eventually frees Annie.

Out of the train, Jack and Annie share a kiss while a crowd looks on in amusement. Screenwriter Graham Yost was told by his father, Canadian television host Elwy Yost , about a film called Runaway Train starring Jon Voight , about a train that speeds out of control.

The film was based on a concept by Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa. Elwy mistakenly believed that the train's situation was due to a bomb on board.

Such a theme had in fact been used in a Japanese film , The Bullet Train. Yost had initially named the film Minimum Speed reflecting on the plot element of the bus unable to drop below a speed.

He realized that using "minimum" would immediately apply a negative connotation to the title, and simply renamed it to Speed. Yost's initial script would have the film completely occur on the bus; there was no initial elevator scene, the bus would have driven around Dodger Stadium due to the ability to drive around in circles, and would have culminated with the bus running into the Hollywood Sign and destroying it.

However, McTiernan eventually declined to do so, feeling the script was too much of a Die Hard retread, and suggested Jan De Bont , who agreed to direct because he had the experience of being the photography director for action movies, including McTiernan's Die Hard and The Hunt for Red October.

Despite a promising script, Paramount passed on the project, feeling audiences would not want to see a movie which takes place for two hours on a bus, so De Bont and Yost then took the project to 20th Century Fox which also distributed Die Hard.

De Bont then suggested starting the film off with the bomb on an elevator in an office building, as he had an experience of being trapped in an elevator while working on Die Hard.

Fox then immediately approved the project. In preparing the shooting script, one unnamed author had revised Yost's script in a manner that Yost had called "terrible".

We were very much in sync, it's just that I didn't write the dialogue as well as he did. Reeves did not like how the Jack Traven character came across in Yost's original screenplay.

He felt that there were "situations set up for one-liners and I felt it was forced— Die Hard mixed with some kind of screwball comedy.

Yost also gave Whedon credit for the "Pop quiz, hotshot" line. However, Yost recognized that there was a lot of work in the script to establish Temple as this villain.

When Dennis Hopper was cast as Howard Payne, Yost recognized that Hopper's Payne readily worked as a villain, allowing them to rewrite Temple to be non-complicit in the bomb situation.

Stephen Baldwin , the first choice for the role of Jack Traven, declined the offer because he felt the character as written in the earlier version of the script was too much like the John McClane character from Die Hard.

He felt that the actor was "vulnerable on the screen. He's not threatening to men because he's not that bulky, and he looks great to women". The director remembers, "everyone at the studio was scared shitless when they first saw it.

There was only like a millimeter. What you see in the movie is actually grown in". For the character of Annie, Yost said that they initially wrote the character as African American and as a paramedic as to justify how she would be able to handle driving a speeding bus through traffic.

The role was offered to Halle Berry but she declined the part. Sandra Bullock came to read for Speed with Reeves to make sure there was the right chemistry between the two actors.

She recalls that they had to do "all these really physical scenes together, rolling around on the floor and stuff. Principal photography began on September 7, , and completed on December 23, , in Los Angeles.

De Bont used an foot model of a story elevator shaft for the opening sequence. He became very quiet, and it took him quite a while to work it out by himself and calm down.

It scared the hell out of him", de Bont recalls. He wanted to do the stunt in which Traven jumps from a Jaguar onto the bus himself, and rehearsed it in secret after de Bont disapproved.

On the day of the sequence, Reeves did the stunt himself, terrifying de Bont in the process. Two of them were blown up, one was used for the high-speed scenes, one had the front cut off for inside shots, and one was used solely for the "under bus" shots.

Another bus was used for the bus jump scene, which was done in one take. Many of the film's freeway scenes were filmed on California's Interstate and Interstate at the stack interchange known today as the Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange , which was not officially open at the time of filming.

While scouting this location, De Bont noticed big sections of road missing and told screenwriter Graham Yost to add the bus jump over the unfinished freeway to the script.

The bus used in the jump was empty except for the driver, who wore a shock-absorbing harness that suspended him mid-air above the seat, so he could handle the jolt on landing, and avoid spinal injury as was the case for many stuntmen in previous years that were handling similar stunts.

The highway section the bus jumped over is the directional ramp from I WB to I NB not the HOV ramp from I SB to I WB as commonly believed , [15] and as the flyover was already constructed, a gap was added in the editing process using computer-generated imagery with the help of Sony Pictures Imageworks.

On a commentary track on the region 1 DVD, De Bont reports that the bus jump stunt did not go as planned.

To do the jump the bus had everything possible removed to make it lighter. On the first try the stunt driver missed the ramp and crashed the bus, making it unusable.

This was not reported to the studio at the time. A second bus was prepared and two days later a second attempt was successful. But, again, things did not go as intended.

Advised that the bus would only go about 20 feet, the director placed one of his multiple cameras in a position that was supposed to capture the bus landing.

However, the bus traveled much farther airborne than anyone had thought possible. It crashed down on top of the camera and destroyed it.

Luckily, another camera placed about 90 feet from the jump ramp recorded the event. The critical consensus reads: "A terrific popcorn thriller, Speed is taut, tense, and energetic, with outstanding performances from Keanu Reeves, Dennis Hopper, and Sandra Bullock.

Roger Ebert gave the film four out of four stars and wrote, "Films like Speed belong to the genre I call Bruised Forearm Movies, because you're always grabbing the arm of the person sitting next to you.

Done wrong, they seem like tired replays of old chase cliches. Done well, they're fun. Done as well as Speed , they generate a kind of manic exhilaration".

And Speed works like a charm. It's a reminder of how much movie escapism can still stir us when it's dished out with this kind of dazzle".

Hopper finds nice new ways to convey crazy menace with each new role. Certainly he's the most colorful figure in a film that wastes no time on character development or personality".

De Bont's craftsmanship is so supple that even the triple ending feels justified, like the cataclysmic final stage of a Sega death match".

First, it plugs uncomplicatedly into lurking anxieties—in this case the ones we brush aside when we daily surrender ourselves to mass transit in a world where the loonies are everywhere".

Entertainment Weekly magazine's Owen Gleiberman ranked Speed as 's eighth best film. Mark Kermode of the BBC recalled having named Speed his film of the month working at Radio 1 at the time of release, and stated in , having re-watched the film for the first time in many years, that it had stood the test of time and was a masterpiece.

Rental and video sales did very well and helped the film's domestic gross. The DVD was in a widescreen format but, other than the film's theatrical trailer, the DVD contained no extras aside from the film.

In , Fox released a special collector's edition of the film with many extras and a remastered format of the film.

Fox re-released this edition several times throughout the years with different covering and finally, in November , Speed was released on a Blu-ray Disc format with over five hours of special features.

American Film Institute recognition:. A soundtrack album featuring "songs from and inspired by" the film was released on June 28, with the following tracks.

In addition to the soundtrack release, a separate album featuring 40 minutes of Mark Mancina 's score from the film was released on August 30, In addition, it includes the song " Speed " by Billy Idol.

In , a sequel, Speed 2: Cruise Control , was released. Sandra Bullock agreed to star again as Annie, for financial backing for another project, but Keanu Reeves declined the offer to return as Jack.

As a result, Jason Patric was written into the story as Alex Shaw, Annie's new boyfriend, with her and Jack having broken up due to her worry about Jack's dangerous lifestyle.

Willem Dafoe starred as the villain John Geiger, and Glenn Plummer who played Reeves' carjacking victim also cameos as the same character, this time driving a boat that Alex takes control of.

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Stati Uniti d'America. Jan de Bont. Graham Yost. Mark Gordon. Ian Bryce. Andrzej Bartkowiak. John Wright. Jack races through freeway traffic and boards the bus, but the bomb is already armed.

He explains the situation to Sam Silver, the bus driver. However, a criminal on board, fearing Jack is about to arrest him, wildly discharges his gun, accidentally wounding Sam.

Another passenger, Annie Porter, takes over for Sam, but when she tries to slow down so he can get help, Jack is forced to reveal the bomb, to the passengers' shock and horror.

Jack examines the bomb underneath the bus and calls Harry, who works to identify the bomber. After a harrowing adventure through city traffic, the police clear a route to an unopened freeway.

Mac demands that they offload the passengers onto a flatbed trailer, but Jack warns him about Payne's plot. Witnessing the events on TV, Payne calls Jack to reiterate his instructions.

While he is convinced to allow the injured Sam to be offloaded for medical attention as a show of good will, Payne detonates a smaller bomb after witnessing a passenger attempt to get off, killing her.

When Jack learns part of the freeway is incomplete, he persuades Annie to accelerate so they can jump the gap, which narrowly succeeds, before directing her to a nearby airport to use their unobstructed runways.

Meanwhile, Harry identifies Payne's name, former occupation as a bomb squad officer, and address. In a last-ditch attempt to defuse the bomb, Jack goes under the bus on a towed sled, but he accidentally punctures the fuel tank when the sled breaks from its tow line.

After the passengers bring him back aboard, Jack learns that Harry has been killed and that Payne has been watching the passengers on a hidden surveillance camera.

Mac has a local news crew record the transmission and rebroadcasts it on a loop to fool Payne while the passengers are offloaded onto an airport bus.

Jack and Annie escape through a floor access panel before the empty bus collides with a Boeing cargo plane and explodes. Jack and Mac head to Pershing Square to drop the ransom.

Realizing that he has been fooled, no one died in the explosion, and the LAPD are waiting for him, Payne poses as a police officer to kidnap Annie and recover the ransom.

Jack follows Payne into the Metro Red Line subway, where Annie is fitted with an explosive vest rigged to a pressure-release detonator. Payne hijacks a subway train, handcuffs Annie to a pole, and sets the train in motion while Jack pursues them.

After killing the train engineer, Payne attempts a bribe with the ransom money, but is enraged when a dye pack in the bag explodes, tainting the cash.

A crazed Payne battles Jack on the train's roof before the former is decapitated by a railway signal.

Jack deactivates Annie's vest, but cannot free her from the pole as Payne had the key to her handcuffs. Unable to stop the train, Jack accelerates it, causing it to plow through a construction site and burst onto Hollywood Boulevard , which eventually frees Annie.

Out of the train, Jack and Annie share a kiss while a crowd looks on in amusement. Screenwriter Graham Yost was told by his father, Canadian television host Elwy Yost , about a film called Runaway Train starring Jon Voight , about a train that speeds out of control.

The film was based on a concept by Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa. Elwy mistakenly believed that the train's situation was due to a bomb on board.

Such a theme had in fact been used in a Japanese film , The Bullet Train. Yost had initially named the film Minimum Speed reflecting on the plot element of the bus unable to drop below a speed.

He realized that using "minimum" would immediately apply a negative connotation to the title, and simply renamed it to Speed. Yost's initial script would have the film completely occur on the bus; there was no initial elevator scene, the bus would have driven around Dodger Stadium due to the ability to drive around in circles, and would have culminated with the bus running into the Hollywood Sign and destroying it.

However, McTiernan eventually declined to do so, feeling the script was too much of a Die Hard retread, and suggested Jan De Bont , who agreed to direct because he had the experience of being the photography director for action movies, including McTiernan's Die Hard and The Hunt for Red October.

Despite a promising script, Paramount passed on the project, feeling audiences would not want to see a movie which takes place for two hours on a bus, so De Bont and Yost then took the project to 20th Century Fox which also distributed Die Hard.

De Bont then suggested starting the film off with the bomb on an elevator in an office building, as he had an experience of being trapped in an elevator while working on Die Hard.

Fox then immediately approved the project. In preparing the shooting script, one unnamed author had revised Yost's script in a manner that Yost had called "terrible".

We were very much in sync, it's just that I didn't write the dialogue as well as he did. Reeves did not like how the Jack Traven character came across in Yost's original screenplay.

He felt that there were "situations set up for one-liners and I felt it was forced— Die Hard mixed with some kind of screwball comedy. Yost also gave Whedon credit for the "Pop quiz, hotshot" line.

However, Yost recognized that there was a lot of work in the script to establish Temple as this villain. When Dennis Hopper was cast as Howard Payne, Yost recognized that Hopper's Payne readily worked as a villain, allowing them to rewrite Temple to be non-complicit in the bomb situation.

Stephen Baldwin , the first choice for the role of Jack Traven, declined the offer because he felt the character as written in the earlier version of the script was too much like the John McClane character from Die Hard.

He felt that the actor was "vulnerable on the screen. He's not threatening to men because he's not that bulky, and he looks great to women".

The director remembers, "everyone at the studio was scared shitless when they first saw it. There was only like a millimeter.

What you see in the movie is actually grown in". For the character of Annie, Yost said that they initially wrote the character as African American and as a paramedic as to justify how she would be able to handle driving a speeding bus through traffic.

The role was offered to Halle Berry but she declined the part. Sandra Bullock came to read for Speed with Reeves to make sure there was the right chemistry between the two actors.

She recalls that they had to do "all these really physical scenes together, rolling around on the floor and stuff.

Principal photography began on September 7, , and completed on December 23, , in Los Angeles. De Bont used an foot model of a story elevator shaft for the opening sequence.

He became very quiet, and it took him quite a while to work it out by himself and calm down. It scared the hell out of him", de Bont recalls.

He wanted to do the stunt in which Traven jumps from a Jaguar onto the bus himself, and rehearsed it in secret after de Bont disapproved.

On the day of the sequence, Reeves did the stunt himself, terrifying de Bont in the process. Two of them were blown up, one was used for the high-speed scenes, one had the front cut off for inside shots, and one was used solely for the "under bus" shots.

Another bus was used for the bus jump scene, which was done in one take. Many of the film's freeway scenes were filmed on California's Interstate and Interstate at the stack interchange known today as the Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange , which was not officially open at the time of filming.

While scouting this location, De Bont noticed big sections of road missing and told screenwriter Graham Yost to add the bus jump over the unfinished freeway to the script.

The bus used in the jump was empty except for the driver, who wore a shock-absorbing harness that suspended him mid-air above the seat, so he could handle the jolt on landing, and avoid spinal injury as was the case for many stuntmen in previous years that were handling similar stunts.

The highway section the bus jumped over is the directional ramp from I WB to I NB not the HOV ramp from I SB to I WB as commonly believed , [15] and as the flyover was already constructed, a gap was added in the editing process using computer-generated imagery with the help of Sony Pictures Imageworks.

On a commentary track on the region 1 DVD, De Bont reports that the bus jump stunt did not go as planned. To do the jump the bus had everything possible removed to make it lighter.

On the first try the stunt driver missed the ramp and crashed the bus, making it unusable. This was not reported to the studio at the time.

A second bus was prepared and two days later a second attempt was successful. But, again, things did not go as intended. Advised that the bus would only go about 20 feet, the director placed one of his multiple cameras in a position that was supposed to capture the bus landing.

However, the bus traveled much farther airborne than anyone had thought possible. It crashed down on top of the camera and destroyed it.

Luckily, another camera placed about 90 feet from the jump ramp recorded the event. The critical consensus reads: "A terrific popcorn thriller, Speed is taut, tense, and energetic, with outstanding performances from Keanu Reeves, Dennis Hopper, and Sandra Bullock.

Roger Ebert gave the film four out of four stars and wrote, "Films like Speed belong to the genre I call Bruised Forearm Movies, because you're always grabbing the arm of the person sitting next to you.

Done wrong, they seem like tired replays of old chase cliches. Done well, they're fun. Done as well as Speed , they generate a kind of manic exhilaration".

And Speed works like a charm. It's a reminder of how much movie escapism can still stir us when it's dished out with this kind of dazzle".

Hopper finds nice new ways to convey crazy menace with each new role. Certainly he's the most colorful figure in a film that wastes no time on character development or personality".

De Bont's craftsmanship is so supple that even the triple ending feels justified, like the cataclysmic final stage of a Sega death match".

First, it plugs uncomplicatedly into lurking anxieties—in this case the ones we brush aside when we daily surrender ourselves to mass transit in a world where the loonies are everywhere".

Entertainment Weekly magazine's Owen Gleiberman ranked Speed as 's eighth best film. Mark Kermode of the BBC recalled having named Speed his film of the month working at Radio 1 at the time of release, and stated in , having re-watched the film for the first time in many years, that it had stood the test of time and was a masterpiece.

Rental and video sales did very well and helped the film's domestic gross. The DVD was in a widescreen format but, other than the film's theatrical trailer, the DVD contained no extras aside from the film.

In , Fox released a special collector's edition of the film with many extras and a remastered format of the film. Fox re-released this edition several times throughout the years with different covering and finally, in November , Speed was released on a Blu-ray Disc format with over five hours of special features.

American Film Institute recognition:. A soundtrack album featuring "songs from and inspired by" the film was released on June 28, with the following tracks.

In addition to the soundtrack release, a separate album featuring 40 minutes of Mark Mancina 's score from the film was released on August 30, In addition, it includes the song " Speed " by Billy Idol.

In , a sequel, Speed 2: Cruise Control , was released. Sandra Bullock agreed to star again as Annie, for financial backing for another project, but Keanu Reeves declined the offer to return as Jack.

As a result, Jason Patric was written into the story as Alex Shaw, Annie's new boyfriend, with her and Jack having broken up due to her worry about Jack's dangerous lifestyle.

Willem Dafoe starred as the villain John Geiger, and Glenn Plummer who played Reeves' carjacking victim also cameos as the same character, this time driving a boat that Alex takes control of.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Release date. Running time. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.

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