Rush (Darude album)
Rush is the second studio album by Darude. It was released on July 15, 2003, it peaked at Number four on The Official Finnish Charts. MacKenzie Wilson of Allmusic praised the release in general, writing that Darude "builds upon the dynamics of Before the Storm, raises the pressure, fuels the flame for an electrifying dozen-track set. Darude's talent in keeping the energy at an elevated level without losing touch with the album's overall ambience is what makes him a star and an integral part of the new-millennium dance scene, his classy mix of techno and trance is perfected into a fashionably slick spiral of synthesized heat." However, the review criticized the lack of variety between tracks, gave it a low score of 2/5. Darude.com Rush at Allmusic
Rush (2012 film)
Rush is a 2012 Indian Hindi thriller film directed by Shamin Desai. The film features Aditya Pancholi, Neha Dhupia and Sagarika Ghatge; the storyline is based on media and crime. The film released on 26 October 2012 on Dussehra. After the death of director Desai, the film was completed by his wife Priyanka Desai, it received negative response from critics and was declared a disaster at box-office. The story follows media, politics and sex at the point of life and death. Samar Grover is a struggling news reporter. Though his talk show is at the pinnacle of success, his personal life has turned upside down due to problems with his wife. Seeing no way out, he accepts an assignment offered by a dynamic media tycoon named Lisa, which he believes can make him millions. However, along with Lisa, one of India's most richest man, Roger Khanna, together play a game on Samar, which plunges him into a vortex of violence in a deadly game of cat and mouse. Beneath the veneer of glamour, money and the enviable life of media, lays a truth, at once unbelievable and shocking.
Emraan Hashmi as Samar Grover Neha Dhupia as Lisa Kapoor Sagarika Ghatge as Ahana Sharma Aditya Pancholi as Roger Khanna Murli Sharma Rahul Singh as Kudo Ashok Banthia as Raja Choudhary Sharmin Tithi Zuyel Rana The film was announced in late 2010 by original director younas jax. After casting Emraan Hashmi and Sagarika Ghatge, it started filming under the title of Raftaar 24x7. However, after the death of director Desai in January 2011, the film was reported to be cancelled. In October 2011, Desai's wife Priyanka announced that she will be completing the film, it was renamed to Play. In mid-2012, it was announced that the film has been completed, will be titled Rush; the soundtrack is composed by Pritam. It consists of 6 songs and lyrics penned by Sayeed Quadri, Ashish Pandit and Hard Kaur; the soundtrack received positive to average reviews from critics as well as public. Happysing.com gave a positive review saying, "Rush has some good songs, chhup chhup ke and Mumkin Nahi are must listen. Rest aren’t bad too.
Worth a try for all, worth a buy if you’re a music lover." Suhail of Gomolo gave the soundtrack 4 out of 5 stars justifying the soundtrack as'An Everlasting Package' with tracks that are too hard to drop-out. Rush soundtrack is a Highly outrageous travel!. There were average reviews as well. One of them was given by Music Aloud who gave the album an average rating of "5.5 out of 10 stars" and commented, "After a superlative effort in Barfi unremarkable score from Pritam for Rush". One of the negative review was given by Bollyspice.com who gave the album a negative rating of "2 out of 5 stars" and commented that, "I found the soundtrack to Rush to be a frail attempt on Pritam’s part. After having composed some spectacular songs for his last album ‘Barfi!,’ Pritam has delivered here an album which has two great songs with the rest being average." Rush was to be released on 26 October but for some reasons it was pre-poned to 24 October. However the film was again postponed from 24 to 26 October due to lot of films being released around the same time and the emergence of successful run of Karan Johar's Student of the Year.
The film was released on 26 October 2012. Rush released in 850 cinemas across the entire country. Rush received negative to below average reviews. Apurv Bhatia of Koimoi gave it 1.5 stars "Rush is a half baked, uninspiring flick that evokes no response." Wrote Apurv. Social Movie Rating site gave it a rating of 2.4 putting it in Below Average category. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave it 2 stars. Rohit Khilnani of Rediff gave it 1.5 stars. Rush on IMDb Rush on Bollywood Hungama
Rush (2013 film)
Rush is a 2013 biographical sports film centred on the Hunt–Lauda rivalry between two Formula One drivers, the British James Hunt and the Austrian Niki Lauda. during the 1976 Formula 1 motor-racing season. It was written by Peter Morgan, directed by Ron Howard and stars Chris Hemsworth as Hunt and Daniel Brühl as Lauda; the film premiered in London on 2 September 2013 and was shown at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival before its United Kingdom release on 13 September 2013. James Hunt and Niki Lauda are two skilled racing car drivers who first develop a fierce rivalry in 1970 at a Formula Three race at the Crystal Palace circuit in London, when both their cars spin out and Hunt wins the race. Hunt is a brash, self-confident and cocky individual, while Lauda is a cool and calculating Austrian technical genius who relies on practice and precision. After a falling out with his wealthy grandfather, Lauda takes a large bank loan and buys his way into the British Racing Motors Formula One team, meeting teammate Clay Regazzoni for the first time.
Meanwhile, Hesketh Racing, the fledgling racing team Hunt drives for, enters Formula One as well. Lauda joins Scuderia Ferrari with Regazzoni and wins his first championship in 1975. Hesketh closes down after failing to secure a sponsor, but Hunt joins McLaren when Emerson Fittipaldi leaves the team. During this time, Hunt marries supermodel Suzy Miller, while Lauda develops a relationship with German socialite Marlene Knaus; the 1976 Formula One season starts with Lauda dominating the first two races while Hunt struggles to catch up. Hunt wins the Spanish Grand Prix, but is disqualified after a post-race inspection rules that his car is fractionally too wide. Struggling to comply with F1 rules, McLaren suffers a series of setbacks on the next few races, Hunt's situation is further exacerbated when Suzy is discovered to have a relationship with actor Richard Burton. Following his divorce, he regains his competitive spirit and his disqualification in Spain is overturned, which reinstates the points he lost and puts him back into championship contention.
Meanwhile, Lauda marries Marlene in a private ceremony but begins to have concerns about the effects of his marriage on his racing career, worrying that he has now become vulnerable as he has something to lose. At the German Grand Prix, Lauda urges the F1 committee to cancel the race due to heavy rain on the notoriously dangerous Nürburgring Nordschleife. At the drivers' meeting before the race, Hunt argues that Lauda would benefit by having one fewer race in the season; the drivers vote to go ahead with the race. All drivers except Jochen Mass start the race with wet weather tyres, which becomes a costly tactic due to most of the track drying up, they all pit to change tyres during the second lap, but halfway through the third lap, a suspension arm in Lauda's Ferrari breaks, sending the car flying into an embankment before it bursts into flames and is further hit by other cars. After being pulled out of the inferno, he is airlifted to the hospital with serious third-degree burns to his head and face and internal burns to his lungs.
For six weeks, Lauda is treated for his injuries while he watches Hunt dominate the races in his absence. Despite his doctor's orders, he decides to return to drive his Ferrari at the Italian Grand Prix, finishing fourth while Hunt fails to finish the race; the 1976 season comes to a climax at the rain-soaked Japanese Grand Prix. Hunt's late rally in Lauda's absence has pulled him within three points of Lauda. At the end of the second lap, after his car has slid several times, Lauda returns to the pits and decides to retire from the race, considering it far too dangerous and opting to stay with Marlene instead of risking his life again on the track; this gives Hunt a chance to win the championship. After facing stiff competition under gruelling conditions, tyre problems and a hand injury due to the gear shifter knob breaking, Hunt finishes third, narrowly giving him enough points to win the championship, he spends the rest of the year revelling with fame and drugs, while Lauda takes an interest in flying private planes.
At a private airfield in Bologna, Lauda suggests to Hunt that he focus on the next racing season to defend his title, but Hunt argues that his glamorous lifestyle is the most enjoyable part of being world champion. Lauda on realises that Hunt no longer feels he needs to prove himself to anyone. Hunt continues to race until his retirement in 1979, becomes a motorsport broadcast commentator until his death in 1993 at the age of 45. Lauda reflects on how their great rivalry and personality differences spurred each other on to their finest achievements, states that Hunt was the only other driver he envied. Hunt and Lauda appear as themselves at the end of the film in archive footage, Lauda has a cameo at the climax of the film; the film was shot on location in the United Kingdom and Austria. Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire, the Snetterton, Cadwell Park, the former Crystal Palace and Brands Hatch motor racing circuits in Britain, at the Nürburgring in Germany. Both vintage racing cars and replicas were used in the filming.
The financiers include Hürth-based action concept Film- und Stuntproduktion, Egoli Tossell Film, Revolution Films and Cross Creek Pictures. The Film- und Medienstiftung NRW funded the film with €1.35 million, additional funding was provided by MFG Filmförderung Baden-Württemberg and the German Federal Film Fund. Director Ron Howard intended for Russell Crowe to make a cameo appearance as Richard Burton for a brief scene where he confronts James Hunt on his affair with Suzy; some things in the film are exaggerated (like the Hunt–Lauda riv
Rush is an unincorporated community in Boyd and Carter counties in the U. S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2000 census, the community had a total population of 2,755 within its postal zip code; the Boyd County portion of Rush is a part of the Huntington-Ashland Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 287,702. New definitions from February 28, 2013 placed the population at 363,000; the reason this community was given the name Rush is obscure. It is located along US 60 and near I-64. Ramey-Estep High School, is located in Boyd County. Star Elementary, is part of Carter County Public Schools. Boyd County Public Schools Chamber of Commerce
Rush (William Singe song)
"Rush" is the debut single by Australian singer and producer William Singe, released on 3 February 2017 by RCA Records. Singe co-wrote and co-produced the song; the song samples "Crush" by Jennifer Paige. In 2012, Singe auditioned for the fourth season of The X Factor Australia; as a soloist, the judges placed him with Trent Bell, Julian De Vizio, Zach Russell and Jayden Sierra and together they formed The Collective. The Collective went on to finish in third place, but signed with Sony Music Australia two days after. Between 2012 and 2015, the group released a studio album. On 18 February 2015, Singe announced on Facebook that he had left the group to pursue his solo career. Over the next 18 months, Singe uploaded numerous pop and R&B songs onto YouTube and on 29 July 2016, Singe announced that he signed with RCA Records. In an interview with Billboard in February 2017 Signe explained Julian Petroulas, his manager, played him "Crush" by Jennifer Paige and asked him "What do you think of this song?" to which Singe replied, "Yo.
This chorus? We can do something heavy with this." He spent time with Petroulas and another guy called Sebastian and started writing the song but we changed it from "Crush" to "Rush." Singe said "It's quite like a personal song to me because if you read the lyrics, it gets a bit deep. We had this 17-year-old producer from France come over to the studio and we made him sit down with the production, as well, it was done within a couple of days and we got it off to mixing and mastering we started shooting the video." The music video was directed by Alexander Nikishin and released on 15 February 2017. Digital download"Rush" – 3:13
Rush (1991 film)
Rush is a 1991 American crime/drama film directed by Lili Fini Zanuck and based on a novel written by Kim Wozencraft. It stars Jennifer Jason Jason Patric as two cops in the 1970s who go undercover on a case, they become drug addicts themselves and, failing to get the evidence they need, use falsified evidence. In Texas, seasoned undercover narcotics police officer Jim Raynor is told by his superior Lt. Dodd to choose a partner from a group of recent police academy graduates for his undercover investigation, ongoing for two years, his choice of Kristen Cates surprises Dodd, but Raynor is confident she is the right fit for what he needs. Raynor explains to Cates, they are caught between the legal world and the illegal underworld, belonging to neither and able to trust only one another. Though startled by Raynor's intensity, Cates insists she is capable of doing whatever it takes to get the job done. At Raynor's apartment, he teaches Cates how to properly shoot up heroin. Cates informs Raynor that she was instructed how to fake drug use at the police academy, which prompts a strong rebuke from Raynor.
He informs her in no uncertain terms that she will be put in situations where she will have to take the drugs they will be buying. The drug dealers they will be doing business with are not stupid, if she tries to fake drug use in front of them, she will get both of them killed. Raynor and now Cates's main objective in their operation is to take down the cunning and powerful Will Gaines. While Raynor is certain Gaines is the main drug boss in the town, Gaines is an expert at avoiding detection, mistrustful of Raynor. Unable to secure access to him and Raynor buy large quantities of drugs from minor dealers in the town; these drugs are cataloged and given to Dodd, along with information detailing from whom they bought the drugs. Raynor and Cates go from pretending to be lovers to the real thing; as Raynor predicted, Cates is soon put into a position where she is forced to inject drugs in front of a drug dealer. Raynor tries to intervene and tell the dealer that "his lady doesn't fix", but the dealer insists at gunpoint.
Cates first tries nervously to talk her way out of the situation yanks off her jacket and with shaking hands begins to prepare a heroin shot as Raynor had taught her. Seeing her high level of anxiety, Raynor takes the prepared needle from her and injects it into her arm. While the dealer watches approvingly and laughs, Cates vomits off screen. Soon enough, Cates is addicted to the drugs she has to use to maintain her cover, Raynor arrives home one day to find Cates combing the carpet searching for any crumbs of drugs that may have fallen. Raynor nurses Cates through her withdrawal while appearing unaffected by his own drug use. However, over the course of the film he becomes more addicted than she. Both are able to get clean, but remain traumatized and scarred by their drug experiences. Though they have infiltrated the town's drug underworld and Cates are no closer to obtaining evidence against Gaines. Under pressure from the department, they falsify evidence against Gaines in order to secure his arrest and indictment.
They move into a small trailer awaiting the beginning of the trial. Cates is startled awake one evening by a double barrel shotgun caressing her face. A gunfight ensues. Cates frantically goes for help returns to the trailer to find Raynor conscious, he dies in her arms. At Gaines's trial, Cates is on the witness stand. During her testimony, she mentions, her testimony sticks to the fabricated story Raynor and she concocted, appears to earn the support of the jury and courtroom spectators. When she looks directly at Gaines, however, he slides two fingers down the bridge of his nose, mimicking the movement of the shotgun that killed Raynor. Stunned, Cates retracts her statements about Gaines's involvement in the drug trade, testifies that they were ordered to fabricate evidence by the Chief of Police; this of course secures Gaines's acquittal. Freed from police custody, Gaines gets into his car a few nights later; as he drives down the road, he notices someone hiding in the backseat. Gaines pulls over, as he turns to confront them, he is killed by a double barrel shotgun blast to the face.
The killer is never shown. This film is based on a semi-autobiographical first novel, Rush, by Kim Wozencraft.. Wozencraft used her experiences working as an undercover agent in Texas as the basis for the novel. Jason Patric as Jim Raynor Jennifer Jason Leigh as Kristen Cates Sam Elliott as Larry Dodd Max Perlich as Walker Gregg Allman as Will Gaines Tony Frank as Nettle William Sadler as Monroe Dennis Letts as Senior District Attorney Dennis Burkley as Motorcycle Guy Merrill Connally as Defense Attorney Michael Kirkland as Assistant DA Eric Clapton's Grammy-winning song "Tears in Heaven" is featured in the film. Clapton performed on it; the soundtrack includes Clapton's guitar and vocals on "Tears in Heaven" and "Help Me Up". It was mastered by Ted Jensen. Other songs featured in the film are Jimi Hendrix's "All Along the Watchtower", Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird", Freddy Fender's "Before the Next Teardrop Falls", Robin Trower's "Bridge of Sighs", The Ohio Players' "Love Rollercoaster", Johnny Winter's "Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo".
The film was met with
Rush is an unincorporated community and a U. S. Post Office located in El Paso County, United States; the Rush Post Office has the ZIP Code 80833. Named for Christopher Rush, a homesteader from Missouri who settled there in 1907. Miami-Yoder School District 60JT serves Rush. Rush is located at 38°50′45″N 104°05′32″W, east of Yoder along State Highway 94 about 2 miles west of the El Paso, Lincoln County line. List of cities and towns in Colorado El Paso County, Colorado State of Colorado