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Tracks [DVD] [2004] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Ice-T , John Heard    DVD

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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Young Person Navigates the Corrections System 31 Mar 2008
By Timothy Kearney - Published on
TRACKS, a film based on a true story, tells the story of Peter Madigan (Chris Gunn), who along with some of his friends, pulls a switch on a railroad track as a prank. The prank causes a derailment which results in the death of the engineer, and Peter ends up in prison for manslaughter. He has to learn to fend for himself, accept what he has done, and come to terms with his painful past. In general everything is against Peter, except a prison guard, Officer Brian Park (Ice T). Park is trying to improve himself, taking classes for law enforcement and psychology, and reaches out to Peter and becomes the catalyst for change.

Overall the story is interesting at its core, but the film does have some drawbacks. Most of the characters are rather one dimensional and predictable, especially in the jail: tough gangster, psychopathic killer, junkie, odd flamboyant man, corrupt guards, etc. and the prison scenes rely on stereotypes of incarceration. Also Peter's transformation come a bit too easily though viewers do grow to like him and sympathize with him so we are glad the transformation does occur.

One thing the film does try to accomplish and does rather well is showing the connection between crime and abuse. While this may be somewhat hackneyed, TRACKS does it effectively. We discover the pain of Peter's past through flashback and while he does not speak about his horrid upbringing, he doesn't try to escape it or use it as an excuse. Having the abuse occur in a somewhat affluent New Jersey suburb likewise keeps the material somewhat fresh and compelling.
3.0 out of 5 stars Things Seem a Bit Laid Back in this Slammer 7 Dec 2013
By Kevin Peshick - Published on
I thought the actor playing Madigan (Chris Gunn) did a good job, otherwise, the acting was awful. Ice-T's soundtrack did nothing to enhance the story. All I know about prison is what I see on TV, but this seemed a bit laid back for being "in the slammer."
5.0 out of 5 stars Looking for the soundtrack to the Tracks 24 Aug 2013
By donna esapda - Published on
I love this movie, but I can't find the soundtrack. I love the song that Ice t raps at the end. Does anyone know it or where can I get it.
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tremendous! I can't see this movie enough! 28 Aug 2007
By Alexander B. Pastewski - Published on
I loved this film, and especially Michael Wolff. He is hilarious and I have to have every movie he is in, if it is this good.
1 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The unheard of star 18 Aug 2007
By Andrew Pastewski - Published on
Michael Wolf was amazing in the trailer. Nothing has ever made me want to see a movie more. I'm pre-ordering two copies just to make sure one doesn't work.
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