Is it possible for something to be brain-fossilizingly mundane and yet absolutely fascinating at the same time? This 1993 BBC documentary, about company cars and the executives and sales reps that drive them, does exactly that. You’ve got to hear what these ‘90s era badge-obsessed dipshits think of some remarkably…
Technology has a way of screwing up entertainment from the past. How many Seinfeld episodes would have been four minutes long is everyone had cell phones? Hell, almost any plot that revolved around missing someone or a wrong bit of information would be obsolete today. So what will autonomous cars do?
Racing in movies doesn't have to be limited to ridiculously fast and furious street drags.
Dax Shepard must really like CHiPS and really not trust anyone else's vision of the show, because he'll be writing, directing, and starring in a new film adaptation from Warner Bros. I think he'll be helping out with some of the lighting and assisting the grips, too.
Driver's Ed movies are usually one of two things: gory or boring. Generally, they usually aren't charming, gently Methodist-tinted stories of the adventures of car-like beings from another planet. Generally. But that's not the case with Stop Driving Us Crazy.
HOW HAVE I NEVER SEEN THIS BEFORE?!
You don't want to go to the cinema, you don't remember DVDs and there's cold beer in the fridge. What you need is a great car movie online, and guess what, here are the ten best.
Ron Howard's Rush was to be the first of a wave of motorsports films, a turning point that would make regular Americans finally love F1. It was an enjoyable flick, but it didn't manage to move many non-F1 junkies into theaters and it wasn't quite nerdy enough for hardcore fans. Nerds rejoice! Weekend Of A Champion is…
Holy crap, 20th Century Fox is making a movie out of Go Like Hell, the story of how Ford beat Ferrari at Le Mans. Also, some possibly-insane guy named Tom Cruise is probably going to play Carroll Shelby.
Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright's Cornetto Trilogy has had some really stellar movies: Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and now The World's End. What's especially interesting about the most recent movie, The World's End, is how much content is conveyed through the use of cars. Oh, and don't worry, there's nothing really…
No vision of on-screen human evildoing is complete without a matching sinister car.
Discovering a great car movie is always fun, and there are tons of them out there most of us don't even know about. Here's ten to start with.
To make a great car movie, you have to have some proper gearheads on set to guide you through the process. These ten directors didn't have that. Or good scripts.
Movie drag races are different than normal drag races. The burnouts are bigger. They shift more frequently. They take much longer than they should. And they're just more badass. Here are the ten greatest drag races ever seen in cinema history.
Prepare yourself for the most over-the-top examples of the film industry's most over-the-top trope: the car chase.
Recently we learned that Need For Speed's 900-horsepower Mustang...doesn't have 900 horsepower. Was this a surprise? Not really.
Why do people keep kidnapping Liam Neeson's loved ones? Seriously. Play the odds on this. Dude killed a bear and joined the A-Team to save his daughter in Taken 1 and now you're going to try and kidnap his wife? Bad move guy who looks like Anthony Hopkins but probably isn't.
Coming into Talladega, Kurt Busch had no sponsorship for his car. So instead, he decided to run his car decked out in full Ricky Bobby livery — straight from the movie Talladega Nights — in this Sunday's real race. They'll even be playing the roles of the characters from the movie on the in-car communications.
The key moment in the rivalry between F1 legends Niki Lauda and James Hunt was Lauda's near-fatal crash on the Nürburgring in 1976. It will now also be the fiery centerpiece for Ron Howard's upcoming film Rush, and a man walking his dog happened to record the whole scene as it was being filmed.