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Joy Ride (2001)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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College student Lewis Thomas and his brother, Fuller, decide to make a cross-country road trip in his 1971 Chrysler Newport, so he can drive home with his girlfriend for the summer. In the mood for a practical joke, Fuller convinces Lewis to talk to a truck driver nicknamed ‘Rusty Nail’ on his CB radio. Lewis pretends to be a woman and invites him to meet at a motel in Wyoming, where they planned to bunk for the night. They give him the wrong room number but the next morning, when the man in that room is found murdered, the Sheriff asks them to leave town. But now they have a psycho killer stalker.

Joy Ride (2001)

Collateral (2004)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Max is an LA cabbie with dreams of running his own limousine business, one day. Tired after a full day’s work, he picks up a sharply-dressed gentleman, Vincent, who offers him $600 to drive him to five locations through the night. Initially reluctant, Max is eventually swayed. As things suddenly get out of hand at the first of the five stops, Max finds out that Vincent is a hitman on a mission to murder five targets. But by now, there’s a body in the trunk of his car and he is left with no option but to carry on driving.

Collateral (2004)

Smokey And The Bandit (1977)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gear heads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of Motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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A wealthy Texan seeks a trucker who can bootleg Coors beer into Georgia for him. He finds Bo “the Bandit” Darville, at a rodeo in Atlanta and offers him $80,000 to bring him 400 cases of Coors from Texarkana in 28 hours. But as the Bandit is set to begin the second leg of his journey, he is stopped by a runaway bride, Carrie, who wants to hitch a ride. The Bandit agrees but ends up becoming the target of Sheriff Buford T. Justice, whose son’s bride Carrie was to be. Sheriff Justice and his dimwitted Junior begin chasing Bandit, all the way to Georgia to get Carrie back.

Smokey And The Bandit (1977)

Driving Miss Daisy (1989)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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A film adaptation of Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Driving Miss Daisy is the story of an elderly Jewish widow, Miss Daisy Werthan, whose son, Boolie has decided that she’s too old to drive herself. He hires a chauffeur for his mother, an African-American man named Hoke Colburn to help her get around. The tug-of-war between the duty-bound driver and his stern and hostile mistress, eventually blossoms into an unlikely, heart-warming friendship that transcends all social convention.

Driving Miss Daisy (1989)

The French Connection (1971)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Inspired by a true story, The French Connection features one of the most thrilling car chases in the history of cinema. This multiple Academy Award-winning police drama follows NYPD detectives, Jimmy ‘Popeye’ Doyle and Buddy Russo in their mission to track down a drug- smuggling chain, bringing large quantities of heroin into the United States from somewhere in Europe. Turns out, it is the French drug kingpin, Alain Charnier, who is responsible for a large fraction of New York’s dope. A series of iconic action sequences later, Popeye is hot on Charnier’s trail. But can he still escape?

The French Connection (1971)

Death Race 2000 (1975)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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The movie that arguably inspired many modern-day video games, such as Grand Theft Auto, Death Race 2000 is an all-round entertainer that combines three of America’s favourite things: cars, violence and sport. The film is set in the year 2000, when the United States is run by a totalitarian government under a certain Mr President. The 20th annual Transcontinental Road Race is announced, in which the winner is not the one who finishes the race first but the one who runs over the maximum number of pedestrians before getting to the finish line…

Death Race 2000 (1975)

Hitch-hiking (L’autostop) (1991)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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This Russian flick is the story of an Italian driver, traveling from Italy to Russia in a brand-new Fiat Tempra. Seducing several women along the way, he decides to pick up a pregnant hitchhiker waiting at the side of the road in the harsh Russian winter. Originally intended to be a short promotional film for the car, this ended up as a fortunate little accident and one of the best car films of all time.

Hitch-hiking (L’autostop) (1991)

The Racers (1955)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Based on Hans Ruesch’s book about the life of German race car driver, Rudolf Caracciola, The Racer, this is a film about a determined man named Gino Borgesa, who is set on fulfilling his dreams of winning every race around the world. He does achieve his dream, but leaves a trail of betrayal and disappointment in his rush to get to the top, where he finds he stands alone. His lover, Nicole, is alarmed at his unhealthy competitiveness and later, disloyalty to his fellow- racers, and threatens to leave him. Only when his inevitable descent comes knocking at his door, does Gino realise what he had done. But is it already too late for him to return to his former life?

The Racers (1955)

Taxi (2015)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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This multiple award-winning Iranian docu-fiction is about a taxi driver in Tehran, whose passengers tell him stories about their lives. Director and actor, Jafar Panahi, charges them nothing more than those fragments of their memories, for driving them to their destination. From a conservative man who supports capital punishment and a woman who supports its abolition, to a pirated video vendor who once lent him foreign films which were not available in the country and two superstitious old women who want to release their goldfishes into a holy spring, this eclectic group of people helps to paint a vivid portrait of modern-day Iran.

Taxi (2015)

Tucker: The Man And His Dream (1988)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Detroit engineer Preston Tucker has always wanted to build cars. As World War II draws to a close, Tucker’s dream finally begins to seem possible—he hires a young designer and the financial support of a New York financier to help him build the ‘car of the future’. The ‘Tucker Torpedo’ was to feature never-seen-before safety designs, such as disc brakes, seat belts, a pop-out windshield and swivelling headlights which turned with the car. This extraordinary film caused the price of the Tucker Sedans to spike and won Tucker and his automobiles new appreciation, upon its release in 1988.

Tucker: The Man And His Dream (1988)

Christine (1983)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name, Christine is the story of a car that doesn’t want to obey the man-machine pecking order. After having mysteriously claimed the lives of many unsuspecting people, including its builders, drivers and passengers, the red and white 1958 Plymouth Fury, named Christine, falls into the possession of a young Arnold ‘Arnie’ Cunningham. As Arnie spends more time repairing Christine, he unwittingly dons the persona of a 1950’s greaser. The just-shy-of-sentient, bloodthirsty motor vehicle that is Christine, is emboldened further by his devotion towards itself and unleashes a series of horrors upon his life that Arnie would never see coming.

Christine (1983)

The Driver (1978)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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When a gifted getaway driver (dubbed ‘The Driver’) successfully outruns the cops after yet another robbery, he becomes the target of a tenacious police detective who is determined to catch him and put him behind bars. An otherwise quiet and brooding film, this one is a must- watch for its several thrilling, spectacularly shot car chases alone; it has suffered unjustified neglect or harsh judgment over the years.

The Driver (1978)

Repo Man (1984)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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A policeman pulls over a 1964 Chevrolet Malibu in the Mojave Desert. He opens the trunk and a blinding flash of light later, he is reduced to a pair of his boots. Meanwhile, a young L.A. punk rocker, Otto Maddox, has lost his job, his girlfriend and his parents have blown the last remnants of their money. A man named Bud drives up to him on the street and offers him $25 to take his car out of the neighborhood and a repossession man’s job. Reluctant at first, he finally accepts out of desperation for money. He meets a young, beautiful woman named Leila, who tells him about the outlandish but deadly contents of a Chevy Malibu trunk. Otto soon learns that his repossession agency has been offered a $20,000 bounty notice for that very car. Most assume that the car is drug-related but they’re in for a shocking reveal.

Repo Man (1984)

Highwaymen (2004)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Rennie’s wife is stalked and killed by a psychopathic murderer, Fargo. The killer may be in a wheelchair but he is able to modify his 1972 Cadillac Eldorado to drive around and carry out his bloody exploits. Rennie takes it upon himself to track down James Fargo and make him suffer as he made his wife suffer. What ensues is a thrilling pursuit—a high-speed car chase which builds up to the ultimate showdown.

Highwaymen (2004)

Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1986)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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A series of disappointments at work and otherwise, land marketing account executive Neal Page at a rundown Wichita hotel with no rooms except for one with an annoying roommate, Del Griffith, who unscrupulously stole his airport cab earlier in the day and has now outrun him to occupy the last available room. Eager to get to Chicago so he can spend Thanksgiving with his family, Page finds that he has no option but to rely on Griffith to get him home and concedes to enduring a three-day road trip with him. But the suave Page and shower curtain rings salesman Griffith just don’t get along!

Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1986)

Back to the Future (1985)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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The DMC Delorean was a sports car manufactured by a company which became insolvent after just one year of production. In 1984, John Delorean was charged “not guilty” for cocaine trafficking, but by then the DMC had shut down. The 1985 Back to the Future movie couldn’t save the DMC Delorean, but it gave the car a new reputation which cemented it in our memories forever. Doc’s time machine made easy work of getting to 88mph, the precise speed at which the Delorean could leap forward or backward in time, powered by its flux capacitor.

Back to the Future (1985)

Diner (1982)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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A semi-autobiographical film by Barry Levinson, this one is nostalgic of a youth spent in Baltimore, Maryland, set in the last week of 1959. Truly the end of an era, Billy and his friends reunite at their local diner, Fell’s Point Diner, to spend a few carefree hours in each other’s company before returning to their tiring adult lives. His friend, Eddie is getting married and Billy is to be the best man at the wedding. Reflective and nostalgic of simpler times, the story of these four friends is truly a delight to watch with its choicest of vintage cars, youthful energy and a bittersweet ending.

Diner (1982)

Ronin (1998)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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This impeccably made action movie hides behind the explosions and loud action of Hollywood. Robert De Niro plays an undercover operative on a mission in France. There are numerous plot twists, splendid action sequences, and car chase scenes devoid of special effects. The movie’s name comes from the Japanese word which means “masterless samurai warrior.” In the movie, the term refers to mercenaries who were left without a mission after the Cold War. With its tight direction and cinematography, Ronin set the pace for other successful action films such as Mission: Impossible — Fallout and games such as Alpha Protocol and Burnout.

Ronin (1998)

The Blues Brothers (1980)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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An all-time classic, The Blues Brothers follows “Joliet” Jake Blues, a Blues vocalist and petty criminal, who is out of prison on parole. His brother, Elmwood, picks him up in their ramshackle, decommissioned police car, a 1974 Dodge Monaco, dubbed “Bluesmobile”. They drive to the orphanage where they grew up and find out that it owed $5000 in property taxes. It would be closed down if the money was not paid. Jake decides it was time he and Elmwood revived their band, The Blues Brothers, to raise the money. They strap a loudspeaker to the roof of Bluesmobile and drive around Chicago to promote their fundraising concert, but the authorities and a band they pissed off before, are watching them with disapproval.

The Blues Brothers (1980)

Death Race (2008)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Jason Statham stars in this dystopian action film about a prison derby race to the death. Death Race was conceived as a prequel to the 1975 Death Race 2000. Privatised prisons are dotted across the United States, and Jensen Ames finds himself in one of them after a mysterious masked assailant incapacitates him and destroys his family. At the Terminal Island penitentiary, he is assigned a car and a navigator, but the race is rigged. Death Race couldn’t win critics over, but as a fast-paced thriller, it works just fine.

Death Race (2008)

Days of Thunder (1990)

Cole Trickle, a young race car driver, needs a solid new car to compete in the Indianapolis 500—the race he dreams to win someday. A Chevrolet dealership tycoon, Tim Daland wants him to race for his team in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series and agrees to supply the best of cars to help him win. After rigorous training, Trickle is finally ready to compete in the NASCAR race, where he is bullied on the track by Rowdy Burns, the Winston Cup Champion. But when their competition gets out of hand, a big crash at the track puts both their careers on hold. Will Cole ever be world champion?

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Cole Trickle, a young race car driver, needs a solid new car to compete in the Indianapolis 500—the race he dreams to win someday. A Chevrolet dealership tycoon, Tim Daland wants him to race for his team in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series and agrees to supply the best of cars to help him win. After rigorous training, Trickle is finally ready to compete in the NASCAR race, where he is bullied on the track by Rowdy Burns, the Winston Cup Champion. But when their competition gets out of hand, a big crash at the track puts both their careers on hold. Will Cole ever be world champion?

Days of Thunder (1990)

The Long Way Round (2004)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s documentary is one of the most entertaining biking trip movies of recent times. The duo hop on beautiful new BMW tourers and set off on their trip — from London to New York City, the long way around. They travel across the English channel to Europe, then to central Asia, Russia, across the Pacific ocean, Alaska, and then across the heart of America to the finish line. The documentary does well to highlight the challengers which even experienced riders face when they leave the comfort zone of the first world.

The Long Way Round (2004)

Easy Rider (1969)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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“They’re not scared of you, they’re scared of what you represent to them.” The recurring theme in Easy Rider is the breakdown of American culture. Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper were the producer and director of the film, respectively. They play two motorcyclists who ride across America and bare themselves to the atrocities of a life without the safety net of social conformity. They befriend a lawyer, played by Jack Nicholson, an alcoholic and victim of his own square-ness. Easy Rider is acclaimed for its raw drama and beautifully photographed scenes, and a heartbreaking ending.

Easy Rider (1969)

The Gumball Rally (1976)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Yates’ Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining-Sea Memorial Trophy Dash inspired another movie in 1976. This one features a race from Times Square to the Pacific ocean. Apart from the best muscle cars of the time, Gumball Rally also features an AC Cobra, Chevrolet Corvette, and even a ‘69 Porsche 911 Targa. The Gumball Rally was born out of automotive enthusiasts’ frustration and rebellion against the nationwide 55mph speed limit. For this reason, the rally cars have neither a catalytic converter, nor a law-abiding driver.

The Gumball Rally (1976)

Cannonball (1976)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Also known as Carquake! this movie is a fictional representation of a cross-country race from Los Angeles to New York City. These races were held illegally each year, a tradition which Brock Yates continued with the Cannonball Run. This one’s an action-packed thriller with a myriad of cars and parallel storylines. Drool over the protagonist’s Dodge Charger, a Chevrolet Corvette, Pontiac Trans Am, Volkswagen Bus, and a brutish Chevy Trailblazer. There’s even a DeTomaso Pantera. But it’s not just speed you need to win the Cannonball. Not when your co- racers are willing to sabotage, dupe, ram and kill their rivals.

Cannonball (1976)

The Hitch-Hiker (1953)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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In 1950, 23-year old Billy Cook went on a murdering spree across the United States. He would hitch a ride, hold his victims hostage, and then kill them and claim their vehicles. That’s the true story behind Ida Lupino’s first noir film, The Hitch-Hiker. Two friends are on a fishing trip in Mexico, when they pick up a hitchhiker. The stranger makes them drive around Baja California, tormenting them and foiling their plans to sabotage or escape, perhaps in the same way as Cook himself had.

The Hitch-Hiker (1953)

Vanishing Point (1971)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Kowalski is a Vietnam Veteran, stock car racer and ex-police officer who now delivers cars. He starts on his mission with no sleep, to get a supercharged Dodge Challenger R/T from Denver to San Francisco. He’s running on Benzedrine pills and speed, and he stops for no one. Meanwhile, a blind radio jockey is tracking his movements and egging him on to run from the cops who are on his tail. Vanishing Point features interesting characters and brilliant views of the pre-interstate midwest. It served as an inspiration for other films on this list.

Vanishing Point (1971)

Baby Driver (2017)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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If you’re a car nut, you’ve probably watched or, at least, heard high praise for Baby Driver. Ansel Elgort plays the protagonist, a fearless young getaway driver. He drains out his tinnitus with a constant stream of music. His nemesis is his business partner Doc, played by Kevin Spacey. All Baby wants is to get out of the world of crime, but he has one last heist to pull off. Baby Driver features some breathtaking and unbelievable stunts perfectly in-sync with a rock playlist. If car choreography is a real thing, Baby Driver is indeed a musical.

Baby Driver (2017)

Two for the Road (1967)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Audrey Hepburn and Adam Finney play a well-heeled couple on a trip through France in a beautiful Mercedes 230SL roadster.The entire movie is a series of flashbacks they have as they reminisce upon their marital past. This critically acclaimed drama qualifies for our list because of its excellent choice of cars. Apart from the SL, there is an MG TD, Alfa Romeo Giulietta, and a Triumph Herald, among other iconic cars. There is great chemistry between the actors themselves. Two for the Road is refreshingly modern and iconic.

Two for the Road (1967)

Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Dennis Wilson from the Beach Boys plays the Driver, who drives a ‘55 Chevrolet 150 with his Mechanic. They drive from town to town winning drag races for cash. This is a movie about their cross-country journey in the pre-interstate era, which turns into a drag race against GTO. Watch this movie without reading the reviews. All we’ll tell you is that Two-Lane Blacktop was an inspiration for Brock Yates when he came up with the Cannonball Run. Since most of the movie is shot on Route 66, along with a trip to the Tail of the Dragon, it serves as a glimpse of a bygone era.

Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Taxi Driver (1976)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Robert De Niro plays Vietnam War veteran Travis Bickle, who is disillusioned by the corruption of humanity which he sees around him. To help his depression and insomnia, he becomes a night-shift taxi driver in New York City. Taxi Driver is about the melancholy which sits dormant in our chests until it is stirred by empathy and injustice. The movie was mired with controversy before its release, but became a roaring success afterward. No, there are no crazy car chases or heart-stopping explosions. This is one man’s attempt to realise his depression and combat it by doing what he thinks is right.

Taxi Driver (1976)

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Thelma And Louise (1991)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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One of the most iconic films of the ‘90s, Thelma and Louise is a road trip story with twists at every corner. The protagonists, played by Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon, slowly fall into a crime spree after they become fugitives from the law. Their journey gives them strength and reinforces their relationships, both with each other and with the people in their lives. Thelma and Louise is critically acclaimed for its impeccable script and acting. It makes for a timeless classic, a movie you would love to watch time and again.

Thelma And Louise (1991)

The Last American Hero (1973)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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This is the story of NASCAR legend Junior Johnson, who raced in the 1950s and ‘60s. Before he became one of the greatest drivers in the sport’s history, he was a moonshine runner in North Carolina. The Last American Hero tells you how and why Johnson went from evading cops in his Mustang on mountain roads to winning five races in the ‘55 NASCAR Grand National Series. The movie also highlights the behind-the-scenes struggle of a racer on his way up from the bottom. It portrays the lows of exploitative promoters, cheating lovers, and prohibitive racing elite, to the highs of becoming one of the most well-known celebrities south of the Mason-Dixon line.

The Last American Hero (1973)

Ferrari 488 Coupe

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Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Four decades on, Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry still gets your blood pumping with its endless action and realistic stunts. The plot revolves around three characters — Larry and Derek, two NASCAR drivers looking to build a faster car, and Mary, who is mad at Larry for running off after a one- night-stand. They get their cash, but law enforcement is hot on their trail. The trio drive around in an Impala SS, then later swap it for a big-block Dodge Charger (after all, the cops have Dodge Polara 440s). Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry is a fast-paced thriller.

Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)

The Transporter (2002)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Jason Statham plays the protagonist, a brutally punctual driver who will transport anything, no questions asked. That is, until he finally breaks one of his own rules and opens his trunk. The Transporter relies on action scenes more than a plot to impress you. Some of the stunts are highly imaginative and outlandish. But once you take off the Men In Black sunglasses and get over the Hollywood-ness of the action, Corey Yuen’s direction and Statham’s self-executed stunts and gravelly British accent stand out. In the movie, Statham’s E38 BMW 7 Series has a manual transmission. It’s a one-off, since the V12-powered 750i was sold exclusively with an automatic.

The Transporter (2002)

The Italian Job (1969)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Witty and proud, the original The Italian Job is a quintessentially British film, a true classic. Michael Caine plays Charlie Croker, our villain who conspires to avenge the death of his friend by executing his plans to rob $4 million worth of gold in Turin. His co-conspirators are a myriad of colourful people who are all seemingly inept to pull off the heist. The Italian Job is underhanded and adventurous with its humor and has some memorable, iconic dialogue. Watch it for the car chases with three diminutive Minis, the intro with the Lamborghini Miura, and the numerous forms of British pride.

The Italian Job (1969)

Drive (2011)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Drive is dark and captivating, often touted as one of the best movies to come out in 2011. It is a throwback to the noir films of the 1950s and ‘60s. Ryan Gosling plays the protagonist, an unnamed stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver. Drive won its Danish director Nicholas Refn the Best Director Award at Cannes. It even received an Academy Award for Best Sound Editing, and four British Academy Film Award nominations. Fun fact: Ryan Gosling wears a jacket with a scorpion on it, a reference to the animal fable about the frog and the scorpion, which is also referenced by the villain near the end of the movie.

Drive (2011)

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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The fourth Mad Max film came after nearly two decades of anticipation, and is now widely acclaimed as one of the best action films of all time. Max helps Imperator Furiosa escape with five concubines to Furiosa’s childhood home, far from Immortan Joe’s reach. Max has commendable commitment and a heart of gold. Charlize Theron’s performance as Furiosa will bring you back to Fury Road time and again.

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

The Road Warrior (1981)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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More famously known as Mad Max 2,The Road Warrior is a brilliantly executed work of dystopian fiction. The world is a post-apocalyptic wasteland where petrol and water are worth fighting over. This is Mad Max as we know it today — the story of an unscrupulous lone agent who survives a harsh desert and its wild inhabitants. The Pursuit Special V8 Falcon which Max was bribed with in the first movie, might just be single-handedly responsible for making the Mad Max cars famous.

The Road Warrior (1981)

Thunder Road (1958)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Robert Mitchum plays a moonshine runner in this well-known classic. His character Lucas Doolin is a Korean War veteran, who transports the prohibited liquor in his sleeper two-door Ford. Thunder Road is shot exclusively in the Blueridge mountains of North Carolina, and along US Route 19. Despite the inconsistencies between scenes and occasional bad dialogue, Thunder Road remains one of the most memorable films of its kind.

Thunder Road (1958)

Gone In 60 Seconds (1974)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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You might not remember it, but the original Gone in 60 Seconds is a thriller you can’t miss. Its action and chase scenes are more real than you might think — there were few hired background actors, so bystanders and law enforcement officials outside the main cast are actual people. Yes, crowd reactions are genuine horror. Non-scripted mishaps and accidents have been kept in the film.

Gone In 60 Seconds (1974)

Hot Classic Cars in the movie Duel (1971)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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A mustachioed salesman’s business trip becomes a nightmare when he is tormented by a freight truck which tries to kill him. Duel is a battle of wits set in the dry Western landscape. Steven Spielberg’s directorial debut is 70’s pulp fiction incarnate, but it never fails to pull you in. This is an action thriller which gets your blood pumping despite being fifty years old. There are no outlandish special effects — only well-captured stunt scenes. There is a realness to the acting which wasn’t commonplace in automotive filmmaking back in the day.

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