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5 of the Best Car Movies

The Transporter (2002)

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This movie starring Jason Statham is one of the greatest yet underrated car movies of all time. Statham played the role of a professional driver who earns money to transport a cargo of any kind, and he isn’t permitted to ask questions. Although his attitude in the movie felt a bit lacking, he has grown over the years, proving us that he can be as tough as he wants to be. This action film may be a bit corny for some, but it still is one of the best car movies out there.

Rush (2013)

Rush is a film about two Formula One races James Hunt, played by Chris Hemsworth, and Niki Lauda, played by Daniel Brühl. Their rivalry was iconic that it just had to be made into a flick. The actors played their parts pretty well, and the competition is intense. The plot developed gracefully, and you’ll be surprised by how a rivalry can turn into a friendship. The film also focuses on the craziness and danger of racing, but the occurrences will make you want to watch the movie even more. It’s also an underrated car movie for an unknown reason. But regardless of what some audiences say, it’s one hell of an action film.

Baby Driver (2017)

Want some comedy, romance, action, and cars in one flick? Then you’ll appreciate Baby Driver with its brilliant cast. Starring Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, John Hamm, and Lily James, the film is centered at the bright yet talented getaway driver (Elgort) who is trying to break free from his boss (Spacey). The movie features some of the most insane vehicle chases you’ll ever see, and they’re even accompanied by excellent songs. The flick is recommended for music and car lovers who need to watch a balanced movie that ends with a lesson. This film is so moving that it will make you want to read the tips on how you can be safe in your car. After watching this, you will probably leave a handyman toolbox in your car just to be safe.

For more visit https://freeyork.org/auto/3-car-tips-will-help-keep-safe/.

Fast Five (2011)

The Fast and Furious franchise is well known for (evidently) cars. It’s impossible to have a list of car movies without at least one film from the franchise. And it’s not just due to its stellar cast. Almost every film features car stealing, shooting, fighting, explosions, and driving insanely fast cars only to have them explode in the end. The Fast Five is the most popular film in the franchise and is one of the action movies you don’t want to miss. Fast Five focuses on the street-racing subculture and a lot of talks about cars. This may be different from its four ancestors, but it’s still a film that made a huge impact internationally.

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

mad-maxThe last one on our list happens to be one of the greatest car movie franchises. If you want a film that will make you jump off your chair because of mind-blowing car stunts, then you found what you’re looking for. This flick led by Tom Hardy is a combination of style, dark theme, and mad driving (hence the name). The plot was excellent, the cast was superb, and the way the vehicles were used was breathtaking (literally). The film is an unbelievable thrill ride, a work of art, and a nightmare all at the same time. That’s how mad it is.

 

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The Awesomeness Of Water In Movies

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If there’s one thing people will never get tired of seeing whenever they get a chance to take a breather from their daily schedules that seem to do nothing but give them heat and pressure, it would be movies.

And by this, it means that movies are not just great for when you’re taking a breather from your daily schedule. It also means that movies are great for when you simply need to make yourself cold enough to withstand whatever kind of snow life throws at you that comes with the heat from your daily schedule at, let’s say, work and for you to keep yourself healthier than usual as you simply let the water scenes make you go with the flow and unto the world of what you’re seeing like no other: just like that of drinking water made from those found on https://ro-SystemHub.com and allowing it to work its functions all over your body, making your motor skills stronger than ever for work the next day.

Indeed, movies are not just great for when you’re taking a breather from your daily schedule. It’s also great for when you’re keeping yourself healthier than usual form the inside, just like how the anti-inflammatory properties of coffee can do for you.

A tip? Such kind of movie to check out includes Jurassic World starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

And by this, it also means that movies are not just good for when you’re taking a breather from your daily schedule. It also means that movies are great for when you simply need to make yourself cool enough to withstand whatever kind of breeze life throws at that comes with the pressure from your daily schedule at, let’s say, home and for you to keep yourself fitter than usual as you let the water scenes make you do with the wave and unto the world of what you’re experiencing like never before: just like that of drinking water made from those found on the same link mentioned above and allowing it to work its functions all over your mind, making your cognitive skills more stimulated than ever for home the next day.

A tip? Such type of movie to check out includes 2012 starring John Cusack and Amanda Peet.

And indeed, movies are not just good for when you’re taking a breather from your daily schedule. It’s also great for when you’re keeping yourself fitter than usual from the outside, just like how the antioxidant properties of tea can do for you.

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5 NightMare-Inducing Films for People Who Love Horror Movies

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If you like horror movie it follows, or at least it usually does, that you are not easy to scare or just enjoy being terrified out of your wits. Luckily, there are many scary movies out there worth watching and re-watching. And here are just some of them.

1. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Imagine dreaming being stalked by a man with a disfigured face wearing a glove with a razor-sharp blade that gets you killed in your sleep. If this does not sound scary enough, the fear factor levels up since there is no waking up from that dream. A Nightmare on Elm Street made Freddy Krueger a household name – at least to those who have seen him slash and murder teenagers in their sleep.

2. Poltergeist (1982)
This is one ghost movie that will leave you wondering what lurks in the shadows, even in the familiar corners of your home. It has managed to scare many children and adults alike leaving some with a few sleepless nights. It might even leave you thinking of ways to defeat evil spirits in case they turn out to be as real as the movie shows.

3. The Exorcist (1973)
There are a lot of scary things about this movie. But one particular scene involving a spinning head will stick with you. If you have not thought about being possessed by a demon before, The Exorcist is guaranteed to change that.

4. The Shining (1980)
If you think humans are far less scary than demons and ghosts, think again! The Shining’s Jack Torrance, played by Jack Nicholson, gives new meaning to a crazy murderer. You have to watch this to truly appreciate the horror of what he did.

5. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
There are no supernatural beings on this one. But Anthony Hopkins playing a cannibalistic Dr. Hannibal Lecter is horrifying, to say the least. The Silence of the Lambs will make you realize that sometimes the most brutal serial killers out there do not fit common stereotypes.

The Most Memorable Movies of the Past Millennium

The Most Memorable Movies of the Past Millennium

Movies has always been a part of our society.

From the Nickelodeon Theatre to the IMAX movie theatres today, humanity has always been fascinated with motion pictures. Now, you can just stream a movie on your laptop not unlike in the 80’s. We are a blessed generation because of this.

So, without further ado, here are some of the most memorable movies of the past millennium.

The Jazz Singer – 1927

This is the first motion picture to have synchronized sound so this movie should be included this on the list. It paved the way for movies that have sounds and ended the era of silent films.

Scarface – 1983

You like Al Pacino, I like Al Pacino, we all love Al Pacino.

This is one of his memorable portrayed character on film. He even said that it was his favorite character of all. What made this movie included on the list is the fact that it’s one of the most quotable movies of all time. Each catchphrase that Tony Montana said, you memorized it.

I almost forgot, the word “Fuck” was said in the movie 207 times.

Star Wars – 1977

This movie singlehandedly lifted the SciFi movie genre to the status it achieved today.

This is memorable because the CGI was amazing back in those days. It set a standard to all the SciFi movies. It also had countless parodies.

Heck, there’s even a cult for it, Jediism.

Back To The Future – 1985

The plot is just simply well thought for this movie.

What made this movie memorable is the massive product placements in the movie. Nike, Pepsi and the DeLorean are just some of the big names that you can see in this movie. If Hamilton Beach 1 Cup Coffee Maker had the money way back then, we are now using coffee machines instead of buying from Starbucks!

Too bad there’s still no public flying cars today.