Rush - Film, Television and Video Games

Film, Television and Video Games

  • Rushes or dailies, the first print made of a day's filming
  • Rush (1983 film), a science fiction film directed by Anthony Richmond
  • Rush (1991 film), a crime film directed by Lili Fini Zanuck
  • Rush (2012 film), a Bollywood thriller film directed by Shamin Desai
  • Rush (2013 film), an action film directed by Ron Howard
  • Rush (1970s TV series), an Australian historical drama
  • Rush (2008 TV series), an Australian police drama
  • "Rush" (The X-Files), an episode of The X-Files
  • Nicholas Rush, a character in the television series Stargate Universe
  • Rush (video game series), an arcade racing series
  • Rush (video games), an attack strategy
  • Rush (Mega Man), a character from the video game series
  • William Rush, protagonist in the Time Crisis 4 video game

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