I fully recommend Freejack to anyone in need of a good laugh. I mean if you can take one look at Mick Jagger's super helmet and not bust up, you're all dead inside. It's enormous. I could go into greater detail just know that in the future Earth of "Freejack" your importance in society is of direct relation to the size of your helmet. My favorite scene is the one in which Emilio Estevez finally gets to comes to blows with Jagger. Mick takes off his helmet as if to say "Just you and me...no helmets." Everything about this movie is funny. Did I mention it blows? In conclusion, the guy who wrote the last comment is a dumbass.
Freejack (1992) 1080p YIFY Movie
Freejack (1992) 1080p
Freejack is a movie starring Emilio Estevez, Mick Jagger, and Rene Russo. Bounty hunters from the future transport a doomed race car driver to New York City in 2009, where his mind will be replaced with that of a dead billionaire.
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The Synopsis for Freejack (1992) 1080p
Auto racer Alex Furlong is snatched by time travel, a split second before a fatal explosion, by Vasendak's 21st-century team of techies, who plan to sell his healthy body to an ailing rich man at McCandless Corporation, for a mind transfer. He escapes, but has no rights in this nightmare future of violence and sleaze. The story concerns his survival, and his attempt to revive his relationship with his fiancée Julie, now 15 years older and an executive at McCandless.
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Freejack: best Mick Jagger movie in which he wears a helmetReviewed bythemanicdVote: 7/10
I saw this movie for free, and I still wanted my money back.
Emilio Estevez makes yet another argument for his candidacy as the worst actor of the 20th century in this mind-numbingly bad time-travel disaster. Estevez plays Alex Furlong, a race car driver (unfortunately) snatched from death by futuristic body snatchers from the impossibly distant year 2009 who want to suck out his brain and replace it with the noggin of a dying bazillionaire. It's a plot worthy of Ed Wood, but the difference is that for all their faults, Ed Wood movies are actually interesting. No one can claim the same about Geoff Murphy's celebrated oeuvre. ("Under Siege II", anyone?)
Kitschy, campy turns by David Johansen and Amanda Plummer are worth watching, but the rare starring role by Mick Jagger is a letdown. Those expecting the charismatic Jagger of Performance or Ned Kelly will be sorely disappointed. One expects Jagger to chew scenery, but he barely manages a nibble. Anthony Hopkins and Rene Russo also appear to be searching for the nearest exit, probably to fire their agents.
The special effects are dismal--you've seen better blue screens on your local weather forecast. Given Estevez' almost insanely serious performance and the presence of so many cult figures, it's possible that in future years, "Freejack" might gain a following of fans of "so bad it's good" cinema. But trust me, honey, this one is so bad it's BAD.