Black Dog
Black Dog (1998)

For Jack Crews, the rules of the road are simple: Don't look at the cargo. Don't question the route. And don't stop moving, if you want to stay alive. Jack's driving days were over until he got an offer he couldn't… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: May 1, 1998
DVD Release Date: October 13, 1998
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Matt Brunson
Creative Loafing

Standard yahoo fare, full of unshaven rednecks, high-speed car chases, and countless vehicles that conveniently burst into flame at the slightest provocation.

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Michael Dequina

Forget the Mortal Kombat movies--this trucksploitation flick is the closest the movies has come to video games.

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Elias Savada
Nitrate Online

Hey, you like 18-wheelers (Have you driven a big Ford lately?), country-and-western music, and an All-American meal (as in meat loaf), then here's a film for you.

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James Sanford

If you've ever wondered what really goes on in those truck-weighing stations, "Black Dog" will be an edifying experience. ...But those people who manage to pass the Freightliner lot without drooling will probably find "Black Dog" pretty much bites.

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Flixster Audience Score: 60% Flixster User Reviews
Jason Owens
I was expecting "Black Dog" to just be an average action movie, but I couldn't have been more wrong. Jack Crews (Patrick Swayze) has an… More
Khris N
Another undderated movie!! Patrick Swayze is alright, but the co-stars are very good - namely Meatloaf as the bible-spouting raving lunatic! Good old truck… More
Dean McKenna
Director Kevin Hooks' movie is a cheesy but sort of fun action flick that could have been better but also could have been worse. Some of the truck crashes… More
Brendan Nicholls
the truck scenes are well executed but the film as a whole is quite one dimensional. swayze is interesting but the film as a whole never really comes together.… More
Daniel Perry
With apologies to Andy Micak, I defy all of Flixster to find a Swayzier movie than this: it's worse than road house. How did Swayze EVER get work?? This… More
Deb S
Patrick Swayze plays the role of the ex-con Jack Crews, forced to do a job against his will in order to save his house and family. Meat Loaf (Red) joins Jack on… More

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