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Check you motor mounts. With someone in the car and e-brake and main brake applied; Put vehicle in drive and bring RPMS UP and then let off. If you see the motor move excessively then the mount is broken on the side that lifts up. Put it in reverse and do the same. both mounts can be broken and there is usually a third mount so check them all.
Your gear shift won't move because there is an interlock which prevents taking your car out of PARK unless your foot is on the brake. Since the release solenoid is electric, and you appear not to have any electricity, you will not be able to move the shift lever unless you use the Emergency Release (described in your Owner's Manual).
As to your lack of power, perhaps a dead battery? (Good place to start checking!)
What you have sounds like warped rotors. They will cause a pulse or vibration in the brake pedal. This can be caused by:
1. Rotors worn too thin. 2. Riding the brakes and/or constant hard braking 3. Sticking calipers (usually also have a pull to left or right) 4. Worn or out of adjustment rear brakes causing excessive load on front brakes.
the jerking may be due to uneven braking on either side of the car it may be that a piston is stuck. need to take car off the road remove tyres then brakecalipers a good indication that a piston is stuck is when you disconnect the brake lines and pull pads/caliper of the rotor the piston will be extremely hard to move