Sequences that had us asking ‘but why?’
Unpopular opinion: The Fast and Furious franchise has seen much better days.Paying to watch every sequel following Tokyo Drift is like refusing to admit the hazardous 17-year-old rust-bucket your wife and kids have been begging you to replace
Any fans here?
Horror fans are going to love this news: Throttle, a short story by Stephen King and his son, Joe Hill (pen name, his real name is Joseph King), about a biker gang terrorized by a semi-truck in the middle of the
Bada-bing!
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, in this rendition of Scene Zone, I'm gonna make you an offer you can't refuse. I am, of course, talking about The Godfather, the 1972 classic that's widely regarded as one of the best films
R.I.P. Tyrone
A getaway driver is a crew's means of escape. Having one on hand, whether you're planning a heist, robbery, or any scheme that requires a quick, clean exit is a no-brainer. You'll want to look for a proper
Wax on, wax off
Stories of the underdog overcoming all odds to defeat the bigger and better foe are nothing new, especially in sports movies. The formula was perfected when Sylvester Stallone slurred his way to an Academy Award nomination in Rocky, which came out 1976.
Featuring the one and only 007
Zone, Scene Zone.Sorry, we couldn't help it. Whether you're a fan or not, the James Bond franchise has entertained moviegoers for decades unlike anything before or since. Admit it: You've argued with your dad or tito (or maybe
'You can get that buffed out'
We all have that one friend who we always need to keep an eye on when he's sitting in the passenger seat. You know the type-the one who can't care less what spills on to your carpet or what
Lamborghini certified the unit in time for the film's 50th anniversary
As far as movie cars go, they don't get cooler or rarer than this. The Lamborghini Miura pictured here was actually on the set of the classic car flick The Italian Job.If you've seen the 1969 film, then you'
Remember this ride?
Some cinematic cars stick with you long after the credits have rolled. Sometimes, it's because they're one-of-a-kind like the DeLorean. Other times, it's because the car is involved in a cool scene, like the Ford Mustang
Who else is excited for the movie?
Avengers: Endgame is almost upon us, and in anticipation of the film's release, Petron is giving its customers a chance to own some pretty neat Marvel-themed merchandise.The fuel company will be selling Avengers: Endgame insulated tumblers and mugs
It’s a sequel, not a reboot
Did Paul Feig's 2016 Ghostbusters reboot leave a bad taste in your mouth? Don't worry, because you're not alone-as of 2019, the film's YouTube trailer has three times as many dislikes as it does likes. So yeah,
When fictional universes collide
What do you do when you're a big multinational retail chain and you want to promote your online ordering service? In Walmart's case, the company decided that the natural course of action would be to combine some of the most
Good choice
If you haven't caught the newest trailer for Bumblebee yet, press play on the video above immediately. It offers us our first look at John Cena in the movie, as well as a glimpse at the rest of the Transformers.
The Bond car to end all Bond cars
Aston Martin plans on building 25 continuation models of the Goldfinger DB5. Here's the time we drove the original, and most famous, Bond car of them all.Drive a decent 'classic' car and the odds are you'll be confronted by
Our dream garages on the big screen
Wealth-porn enthusiasts are abuzz right now over the recent theatrical release of the Crazy Rich Asians movie. Based on the book series by Kevin Kwan, the film tells the tale of Rachel Chu, an American-raised economics professor from New York.
Ah, simpler times
You know that trope about old men, ruefully evaluating the past and coming to the conclusion that "it was a simpler time?" Well, hand us our bus passes--we're going to declare 1995 a simpler time.We could point to silly
We're shookt—or should we say shaken?
Since its first appearance in the 1964 film Goldfinger, the Aston Martin DB5 has gone on to become the most iconic of 007's cars-and possibly the greatest movie car of all time. It has appeared in six other films in
A pony fit for an assassin
Considering that it's the impetus for his entire kill-crazy rampage (okay, and the heart-hollowing demise of his adorable puppy), it's odd that Mr. Wick's Mustang doesn't feature higher on BEST MOVIE CAR EVAH lists. It may
Including some infamous examples
A red teardrop coupe. That was the very first 'Batmobile', though it was never referred to as such. Making its first ever comic book appearance in 1939 was a "specially built high powered auto" driven by The Batman: A cross between a
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