Running Scared



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About Running Scared


Oh what a tangled web…. Joey Gazelle (Paul Walker) is a low-level mob guy, and he's not likely to be moving up (in fact, he could be moving six feet down) if his bosses find out what he's been doing with the "hot" guns he's entrusted with disposing. Instead of throwing them in the river (isn't that Mobster 101?), Joey has been hiding the guns - all with a body on them - in his own basement. One day, Joey's 10 year-old son (Alex Neuberger) and his best friend, Oleg (Cameron Bright) see Joey hide some guns from a botched drug deal. Obviously Joey also has some parenting issues. Oleg steals one of these guns, which happened to be used to off a dirty cop, and shoots his abusive stepfather (Karel Roden). Okay, that's not necessarily so bad, but it turns out the stepfather happens to be the nephew of a Russian mob boss (John Noble) - a psychotic Russian mob boss, at that! - who just happens to be in business on a gasoline scam with (what are the odds?) Joey's own crew. Now Joey has the surviving dirty cop (Chazz Palminteri) from the botched drug deal on his case, and that gun is still out there on the street, being passed around a seedy underworld. Somehow Joey has to get it back. And even if he somehow manages to succeed and survive, he still has to face his wife (Vera Farmiga), and Joey has some serious splainin' to do.


News Articles about Running Scared


The Trades 2/28/06 Running Scared

Celebrity Spider 2/27/06 Paul Walker Warmed to Czech Republic

Knox News 2/25/06 Cast keeps film from 'Running' out of control

Chicago Sun-Times 2/24/06 Running Scared - Roger Ebert review

Christian Science Monitor 2/24/06 A new chapter in a history of violence 2/24/06 See this Gazelle run, and drive

NBC13 2/24/06 Review: Run Away From 'Running Scared'

Boston Globe 2/24/06 Running Scared Movie Review

Mercury News 2/24/06 'Running' at full tilt: Outrageous mob flick succeeds with excess

NY Times 2/24/06 Bullets and Blood in the Air, Not to Mention a Hockey Puck

Globe and Mail 2/24/06 Running Scared * *

Houston Chronicle 2/24/06 It's got style, but goes nowhere 2/24/06 'Running Scared' can take your breath away

Chicago Tribune 2/24/06 `Scared' bad in a way that could be good

CBS2 2/24/06 'Running Scared'

Toronto Star 2/24/06 Movie Review: Not Scared of clichés

Detroit News 2/24/06 'Running' on borrowed ideas

Knox News 2/24/06 Director saw intensity behind Walker's surfer-boy good looks

Chicago Tribune 2/24/06 `Scared' unredeemable for the under-17 crowd

Metro 2/24/06 Running Scared? You bet

Seattle PI 2/24/06 'Running Scared' veers down a muddled path

NY Daily News 2/24/06 You'll be 'Running,' too - for the exit

Jam! 2/24/06 Running the wrong way

USA Today 2/24/06 Much like a bullet, 'Scared' goes astray

Jam! 2/24/06 'Running Scared' will have you riveted

NY Daily News 2/24/06 Hollywood's raunch-ing pad

Zap2It 2/23/06 Running Scared

Hollywood Reporter 2/23/06 Running Scared

Zap2It 2/22/06 Prepare To Be 'Scared' by Paul Walker

Coming Soon 2/22/06 Gangsters, Guns and Hockey Pucks

Celebrity Spider 2/21/06 Paul Walker Scared Off His Girlfriend With New Movie Mobster

Extra 2/17/06 Paul Walker Returns to the Big Screen

Coming Soon 5/31/04 Brady is Running Scared with Paul Walker


Websites about Running Scared


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