Fraser’s unrequited love for the beautiful and rich Ginny gets a chance to prove itself, when she is suddenly kidnapped. He teams up with rebel Mac, who’s got a score to settle with the kidnappers. Together they cross the country, looking for Ginny and the bad guys.
First time I watched Rescue Me was on TV in 1996. As a memorable quote from Marty(1955), I would say the same that Marty has said for his situation of searching for love: “I’ve been looking for a girl every Saturday afternoon of my life.” I’ve never been in love, so been Fraser(Stephen Dorff).
Rescue Me is the type of movie when you watch at the age of 14, as I did, you will be totally inspired of the joy of being a teen. As a joyful road trip movie, ideologically Rescue Me seeks the meaning of life for a high-school kid. Willy nilly, Fraser seeks that meaning in school lessons, he couldn’t find; he seeks that meaning in becoming popular among girls, he doesn’t get satisfied; he seeks that meaning in finding love, he loses his self-belief. Finally he seeks that meaning in framing a career plan, and finds it; which must be the best thing ever happened to a teenager.
After seeing Rescue Me for the first time in 1996, I’ve taken a note on my notebook to get to myself finding a pretty girl and to make her love me. It was a full review of mine upon Rescue Me, that I’ve thought to tell as the very first starting speech to the girl I dreamed to find.
Rescue Me is the kind of movie, which you may enjoy on your own and it’s for secondary or high school teens to get a good taste of it.
Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman
Writer: Mike Snyder
Stars: Michael Dudikoff, Stephen Dorff, Ami Dolenz
Release Date: 3 December 1993 (USA)
Also Known As: Street Hunter
Filming Locations: Auburn, California, USA
Format : Matroska
Format version : Version 4
File size : 10.2 GiB
Duration : 1 h 39 min
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 14.8 Mb/s