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Quicksilver

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Director: Thomas Michael Donnelly, Kevin Bacon, Jami Gertz, Paul Rodriguez

Cast: Thomas Michael Donnelly, Kevin Bacon, Jami Gertz, Paul Rodriguez

 

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In this underscripted and not wholly convincing drama, Kevin Bacon plays Jack Casey, an up-and-coming broker who crashes on the stock market one day and cashes in whatever he has left to become a bicycle messenger in San Francisco. Although not exactly a logical alternative, bicycling the hilly streets of S.F. turns out to be dangerous after Casey runs into Gypsy

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In this underscripted and not wholly convincing drama, Kevin Bacon plays Jack Casey, an up-and-coming broker who crashes on the stock market one day and cashes in whatever he has left to become a bicycle messenger in San Francisco. Although not exactly a logical alternative, bicycling the hilly streets of S.F. turns out to be dangerous after Casey runs into Gypsy (Rudy Ramos), the street pusher who has the messengers run drugs for him. A series of characters and events drop in and out of the conflict between Gypsy and Casey, including love interest Terri (Jami Gertz) and Casey's friend Hector (Paul Rodriguez). Music dominates throughout the film which includes scenes of breakdancing on bikes.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/06/2013
UPC:
0014381959352
Original Release:
1986
Rating:
PG
Source:
Image Entertainment
Region Code:
A
Time:
1:46:00
Sales rank:
13,736

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Bacon Jack Casey
Jami Gertz Terri
Paul Rodriguez Hector Rodriguez
Rudy Ramos Gypsy
Andrew Smith Gabe Kaplan
Gerald O'Loughlin Mr. Casey
Laurence Fishburne Voodoo
Louie Anderson Tiny
Whitney Kershaw Rand
Charles McCaughan Airborne
Peck Joseph Counterman
Patricia West-Dale Ruth Secretary Ad Agency
David Harris Apache
Joshua Shelley Shorty
Georgann Johnson Mrs. Casey
Nelson Vails Messenger in Maroon Beret
Lou Dinos Cha Cha
Michael Kaye Dedicated
Joel Weiss Educated
Leila Kane Maria Rodriguez
Dan Leegant Chip
John Walter Davis Ax
Gregory Wagrowski Rolf
Frank D'Annibale Grocery Store Owner
Jimmy Romano Spider
Patricia Allison Nurse
Abel Fernandez Guyamo
Joe Leahy Orchestra Broker at Lunch
Michael Fox Broker at Lunch
Richard Warlock Cab Driver
Jacque Lynn Colton Waitress
Joseph Hieu Asian Gang Member
Michael Paul Chan Asian Gang Member
George Moffatt Bum
Robert Cotney Waiter
Valerie McIntosh Hooker
Shirley Walker Hooker
Launa Morosan Bar Flirt
Vanessa Newman Nector's Niece
Michael O'Rourke Public Trader
Irwin Schier Broker
Martin Aparijo Bicycle Messenger
Woody Itson Bicycle Messenger
Franz Krotochvil Bicycle Messenger
William J. Napoli Options Trader
John E. Cappiello Options Trader
Alan J. Sondag Options Trader
Jim Henry Options Trader
Reid Steiner Options Trader

Technical Credits
Thomas Michael Donnelly Director,Screenwriter
Tony Banks Score Composer,Songwriter
Betsy Cox Costumes/Costume Designer
Grover Dale Choreography
Dennis Dion Special Effects
Peter Fish Songwriter
Peter Frampton Songwriter
Herbert J. Lance Songwriter
Geoff Lyth Songwriter
Becky Mancuso Musical Direction/Supervision
Marvin March Set Decoration/Design
Greg Mathieson Songwriter
Larry John McNally Songwriter
Christopher Meledandri Producer
Daniel Melnick Producer
Peter R. Menick Songwriter
Giorgio Moroder Songwriter
Thomas Newman Score Composer,Songwriter
John Parr Songwriter
Dean Pitchford Songwriter
Michael Rachmil Producer
Tom Rolf Editor
Charles Rosen Production Designer
Thomas del Ruth Cinematographer
Kim Secrist Editor
James Shanahan Production Designer
Charles Singleton Songwriter
Christina Smith Makeup
Greg Walker Stunts
Johnny Wallace Songwriter
Dootsie Williams Songwriter
Allee Willis Songwriter
Bill Wolfer Songwriter

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Quicksilver 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie is awesome if you love bikes
Guest More than 1 year ago
Good, interesting movie. Many recognizable actors. An early movie for Laurence Fishburn in a supporting role. Bicycles in the movie could be nostalgic for people old enough to remember when frames were of a simpler design. (Kevin Bacon's character is introduced to quick release wheel hubs.) Main character's storyline is good.