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Got action? ‘Premium Rush’ is fast-paced and nerve-jangling

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Posted: Friday, August 31, 2012 7:36 am

We were in the weeds for most of the summer, and browsing the wide release schedule for the next couple months makes it clear that things are only going to get worse before they get any better. But this too shall pass, and before we know it we’ll all be basking in the sweet, comforting glow of the fall movie season, in the company of Steven Spielberg, P.T. Anderson, Ang Lee and James Bond. But rewards must be earned, and for the time being we’ve just gotta grind it out.

As luck would have it, I recently experienced a cinematic adrenaline rush that could very well coast me through the next several weeks. This was courtesy of “Premium Rush,” an astonishingly fast-paced, nerve-jangling gem of an action flick that came out of nowhere to sweep me off my feet and leave me grinning ear to ear. This is the “old stuff” — the good stuff — repackaged with a modern flair that might come across as gimmicky if it wasn’t just so darn effective. Action buffs unite and rejoice, for your deliverance is at hand!

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