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Released: 02 September 2008 Ended
Producted By: Southern Star
Country: Australia
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Rush was an Australian television police drama that first screened on Network Ten in September 2008. Set in Melbourne, Victoria, it focuses on the members of a Police Tactical Response team. It is produced by John Edwards and Southern Star. On 10 November 2011, as with Network Ten setting out DVD promotions for the finale of season 4, David Knox of TV Tonight has announced that Rush would not return after 4 years, as the next episode would be its last.

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Alicia I love this movie so much
Kinley This movie feels like it was made purely to piss off people who want good shows
Jenni Devyn Worth seeing just to witness how winsome it is.
Billy Ollie Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
vintagegeek We so wanted to watch and like this given some of our favorite actors are in it. However, the camera work is like a first person shooter game. And it's constantly flipping back and forth. It actually makes you nauseous. It reminded me of the chase scenes in the Jason Bourne movies but worse. We watched beyond the pilot (which starts with a 4 min 30 sec chase scene and future episodes were filmed the same way. Too bad.
mapddias First I watched this drama on TV around 2010 and I loved it. Because it depicts the true picture of its characters. It's totally realistic. Literary It's the whole life of them. I was schooling when I first saw this drama. Almost 8 years passed and Now I'm in my graduation year. I still love this drama. Now I'm working hard to come to Australia from Sri Lanka. This drama motivated me a lot to do that. I want to thank the director and the crew for creating such a great drama. GREAT DRAMA!!!
mike_cable Rush is a high-energy, dramatic police drama filmed in Melbourne, Australia, that follows the jobs of a tactical response group made up of various individuals. Each episode has self-contained stories while ongoing character development and personal drama for each individual unfolds throughout the series.It isn't afraid to show that the members of the group are only human and can make bad decisions, with repercussions. By 2010, the writers have appeared to have dropped the various "office relationships" that seemed to plague the show in its early stages, although the two young guys seem to have some awkward moments still.The overly shaky camera work can be a bit annoying to some, but you can get used to it, however the music is modern, diverse and works well with most scenes. It often draws comparisons to City Homicide, but they are two very different animals.It often feels like each character is going to have their downfall and you never know when or how it's going to happen, and I think that's what draws me to watch the series.Try not to think too much about the silliness of the actions or dialogue by some of the "professional police officers" in Rush and you'll be rewarded with some good, if sometimes a little anticipated, action sequences by a good group of television stars.
edumacated when i first started watching, i started enjoying. the dialog and interactions were more than i'm used to viewing from the us jj programming. i liked the characters, i liked the dialog. i liked the show.that is until they hit a tactical situation. after that the show turned into amateurish drivel. i'm an old pro, and if this is the kind of respect a major Australian network pays to shows that hinge on gun play, then they should stick to soaps.the tactics and weapons handling were a joke, when one swat officer tells another she knows her scoped weapon shoots low and to the right i about crapped my pants--that is why they have a range to zero weapons and adjustments to get it right. a swat sniper should be able to hit a one inch spot at one hundred yards, no matter the i know i'm not alone. there must be, at least, some Australian, Afghani vets that are cringing at this show.this is the 21st century, and there is a global audience. get a decent technical adviser and listen to him.i was hoping to enjoy this show, but instead i ended up laughing at it.Robert.