Vehicle 19 review

Paul Walker goes fast and furious in another auto-thriller

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Itching to see Paul Walker get behind the wheel of a Nissan GT-R in the latest installment of the Fast & Furious franchise?

Then you might want to check out this competent B-movie, the hook being that the entire film’s shot inside a car, with Walker in the driver’s seat.

The titular auto is a rental and it turns out there’s a girl in the trunk, a gun under the seat and police corruption round every corner.

Shot in Johannesburg by South African director Mukunda Michael Dewil, Vehicle 19 rivals Running Scared as the best of Walker’s smaller, grittier (read: home entertainment) titles.

This gets a week at selected cinemas then motors onto DVD and Blu-ray on 20 May 2013.

Editor-at-Large, Total Film

Jamie Graham is the Editor-at-Large of Total Film magazine. You'll likely find them around these parts reviewing the biggest films on the planet and speaking to some of the biggest stars in the business – that's just what Jamie does. Jamie has also written for outlets like SFX and the Sunday Times Culture, and appeared on podcasts exploring the wondrous worlds of occult and horror.