Whats a good movie for car lovers?
Most are directed at 13 year olds which I guess says something about us, but
>gone in 30 seconds
>fast and furios
>dukes of hazard
you'd be better pressed to ask this on /tv/ but they're all cunts
also, just ask google
Except skip the 3rd one, that movie is retarded
I've actually only seen 1-3, and I saw Tokyo Drift for the first time a couple months ago. I couldn't get past the fact that the main character is like 30 but supposed to be in high school.
>movies are a big part of my life
>the TV is a central part of my living room.
Good goy. Obsess over my products. Quote films to make up for your lack of personality.
The Fast and the Furious series
Mad Max series
Gone in 60 Seconds
and John Wick, it's not auto centric, but there's some GOAT driving scenes
Need for Speed is okay, I liked the chemistry between actors, but it's clear that nobody on set knew anything about actual cars, the supercar race is pretty cool to see.
This was probably the most glorious automotive spectacle ever put to film, and literally involves cultures that worships engines and holy relics.
That was an extremely good film
And come on guys, 17 posts and no mention of Smokey and the Bandit or The Cannonball Run?
My dad has built ratrods for decades and went nuts seeing a film built around them like this. I took him to it when it was in theaters and it turned out to be the first time since the early 1970s he had even been to a theater. Good memories.
Amazing 1966 film about F1 racing in the 1960s. Follows 4 racers as they go through the series, starts with a race in Monaco and ends with Monza.
Its a bit long though, the film is split across two discs on DVD.
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>Mad Max: Fury Road
TT3D Closer to the Edge is good but it is about bikes not cars
>Hitler was hellbent on the destruction of Jewish art and other forms of culture
>he tried to save you
>why didn't you listen
Also, The Transporter has some great car stuff in it. The 2nd and 3rd movies were objectively crap, but the original is still euro enough to be cool.
rush was very good
fury road was cool but a bit wtf
fast and furious for the keks... the first few were so bad they were funny, now they are better movies but lost most of the car cultre, though they still feature cars
need for speed was not bad, supercar race was awesome (be prepared for sadness for lost cars tho... still remember my feels when the 250 cali got fucked up in ferris bueller's day off)
>spends time on 4chan
>acts like he's better than others
Mad Max: Fury Road
That's all you need.
This, i remember when i was very young and i was astounded by the awesome car chases in Ronin.
It has a really cool car selection too because it's set in the early '90s and the plot was kind of cool.
I would advise anyone to see it.
I just finished watching this and I had forgotten how great it was.