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Car Chase Scenes

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by 455, Dec 30, 2002.

  1. 455

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    Car Chase Scenes

    Discussion started by 455 - Dec 30, 2002

    I don't know how many of you out there have ever liked watching car chases in the movies or on t.v. shows but I thought I would ask anyway....back when I growing up I used to Love watching shows like Hunter,T.J. Hooker,Starsky and Hutch,The A-Team,Wiseguys,Hardcastle and McCormick,The Equilizer,CHiPs and The Streets of San Francisco with Micheal Douglas and Carl Malden because of the chase scenes.....

    My favorite car chases were from Dirty Mary,Crazy Larry..,The French Connection,Bullitt, and The Seven-ups.

    The one in Ronin wasn't that bad either...
     
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    exhibitone - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    car chases are fun
     
  3. vinyl junkie

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    vinyl junkie - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    bullit... fuckin bullit...

    that is that movie's one redeeming value...
     
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    455 - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    oh yeah,"The Driver" with Bruce Horn....1977.....fuckin' dope.hey Vinyl....the stunt driver in Bullitt that drove next to Steve McQueen is the same guy who drove in The Seven-ups .....1973....excellent.
     
  5. uncle-boy

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    uncle-boy - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    kinda reecent....

    The Bourne Identity
     
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    InnerCityRebel - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    Ronin
    Who Am i
    Bullitt...

    are a few...
     
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    ok i saw a great car chase movie when i was a kid. you guys will have to help me remember the name. it was fron the 70's or 80's. there was a black car (camaro/) that was stalking this kid. the kids mother eas the school bus driver. the kid kept seeing the car, and eventually it kidnapped him/her. throughout the whole movie you couldent see the driver because the windows were tinted, and he never got out of the car. the mom drove the school bus and chased the car. this took up most of the movie. one scene was the black car trying to push the bus into a canyon or something. at the end, the car drove off a cliff into a quarry and blew up. the movie took place in the desert, probly socal.
    it was great.
    if you know what its called, please tell me.
     
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  8. imported_El Mamerro - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    Bullitt takes the cake for classics.

    The Ronin one was also sick.

    The Transporter had a pretty nifty one recently, albeit completely impossible.
     
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    it was all about Bullitt but then the same guy directed the chase in French Connection wiith one intention... to beat Bullitt, I think he suceeded but then... there were quite a few years when nothing really happened, Smokey and the Bandit... and now insane stuff can just be created digitally so I don't buy into it as much...

    so... French Connection, plus Popeye Doyle was cool
     
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    two lane blacktop
     
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    sorry to be off topic.......but......


    is it just me, or would movie goers everywhere gladly exchange car chases for explicit full frontal nudity and more sex scenes?

    i mean, yeah car chases are cool, but what if the actors really had to do it....now that would be worth my nine bucks to see a flick....

    anyway.
     
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    yeah i dont get how actors do an all nude sex scene and not try to at least try to get the tip in,its called method acting,son
     
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    well, speaking nly for self but... I'd rather not be uncomfortably horny while I'm jammed in those tiny seats with a roomful of strangers, and probably 50% of them are male and they are at least mostly uncomfortably horny as well... this can't lead to good places, I'm for more car chases.

    HEY! That rhymes, and you KNOW it rhymes! ADMIT IT!
     
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    grittylifer - Replied Dec 30, 2002

    ehhhh...

    fuck it though, their allready media whores....why not just fuck a fine actress.....

    if i was a actor that was pullin hella millions a flick,
    i dont give a fuck if michelle pfeiffer dont wanna fuck,
    go find some bitch that can act and looks that ho that will fuck on screen.

    viva la well written pornos with parody car chases.

    edit*..

    i hear your point smart, allthough, i attend movies with females at off peak hours or watch them in my home, so im all for making a lady horny while watching a flick.
     
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    well then you can watch Prince of Tides and that Wu-Tang Sisterhood movie over and over... I prefer making ladies horny when I whip out my dick because, no matter what anyone says, you can't REALLY fuck in the back row... and I can get copies of her probation reports to prove it!
     
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