Sunday, September 20, 2015

DVD Review: Adrenaline

Joseph Jenkins (Michael Rosander), a drag racer is devastated and depressed after his roll over accident during a drag race. With a class-3 spinal cord injury, his doctor predicts he would never walk again. In the hospital, he meets Elijah Salisbury (Gregory Alan Williams), a patient on a transplant waiting list who is strong in faith and has a cheerful outlook on life. They become close friends. Elijah encourages Joseph to not give up his passion and points him to God. When Joseph returns home, his dad's old racing pal, Paul Sharpe (John Schneider), reignites his passion for speed and helps him start racing again (this time on a race track, not on a street). Joseph gets to drive the 1967 Barracuda (aka "Adrenaline") which belonged to his dad who died when Joseph was only 12. Joseph's best friend, Trace Mallery, and Joseph's attractive physical therapist, Josie Rigsby, cheer him on. I enjoyed watching the DVD even though I knew very little about cars and racing. Adrenaline is a faith-based, family-friendly film about perseverance, perspective, and purpose. If you are fond of speed, racing, and/or cars, you ought to check Adrenaline out. The message will make you think about priorities and goals in your life. What or who are you living for? The DVD also includes behind the scenes, deleted scenes, and bloopers.

~I received a free copy of this DVD via Edify Media, Inc. in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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