The movie, Hit and Run, is about Charlie Bronson. Charlie and his girlfriend want to escape their small town lives, so he decides to move his girlfriend out to Los Angeles. When Charlie decides to help his girlfriend move, he is risking his own safety. He will do anything for his girlfriend. Charlie is in the Witness Protection Program because he used to drive the getaway car for his former gang. The audience member can tell that Charlie has changed his ways for the better, but he comes from a bad childhood and early adulthood due to being in the gang. Due to his shaky past, the feds, a former and his former gang members are chasing Charlie's whereabouts.
The audience member will have to see the film to see if the feds or Charlie are able to catch up with him. The situation is dangerous for Charlie and his girlfriend because they never know if someone will catch up to them. Charlie's girlfriend is played by Kristen Bell. The couple is going to Los Angeles, so she gets a job interview for her dream job, it is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. There is plenty of action in the film because the couple has to risk their lives to get to LA. The audience member doesn't know how things will turn out until the end. The film is classified under the category American action comedy.
The situation is dangerous for the couple, and the situation is complicated for the couple as well. The film was rated "R" for pervasive language, sexual language, nudity, violence and drug references. The comedy is one hour and 40 minutes long. The directors of the film are David Palmer and Dax Shepard. The writer of the film is Dax Shepard. The three main stairs of the film are: Dax Shepard, Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper.
Super-cute Kristen Bell and her fiance, “Hit and Run” star Dax Shepard, are expecting their first child together. Yowza. This kid promises to be attractive, nice, and funny; a dangerous personality combination, especially when your parents are rich to boot. According to a friend of the couple, the little nugget will be making its appearance next spring. “They’re so excited—they’re both ecstatic,” the friend added. “They can’t wait to become parents.
Goofy but adorable Dax Shepard took a few minutes out of promoting his new movie, "Hit and Run," to discuss his feelings about new neighbor, teen crooner Justin Bieber. Apparently the spiky-hair pop star, who recently rented the house behind Shepard and sloth-loving girlfriend Kristen Bell, has changed the “dynamic” of the neighborhood. “The music and the parties and the paparazzi, I mean, it’s like living in Lebanon now,” Shepard complained.