"A race car driver Alex Furlong is about to die in a spectacular crash during a race, but a split second before the car disintegrates, his body is stolen from the car and transported 18 years ahead in the future to be used by another person who is dying. Alex escapes from his body snatchers and tries to seek his wife who is still alive. The story is not too bad, though the script is very clunky. The actors have virtually nothing to work with, though I'm not sure that any of them could have made a"
"The trouble with low-rent science-fiction movies is that beneath all the futuristic gimcrackery — the video phones and laser guns and hyperspace leaps, the obligatory time-travel setups — you realize, at some point, that you're watching a routine urban chase thriller: Lethal Weapon 2000. For most of its running time, Freejack bounces and sputters along atop the usual action- movie chassis.
- Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
But as a whole, if this is the future, I'm not going.
- Hal "