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Old 6th July 2006, 21:49   #166
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Gone in 60 sec , herbies series( dint like the new one ...)
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Old 7th July 2006, 06:53   #167
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has anyone seen a Japanese movie called "Initial D " - its about a Japanese Tofu Delivery Boy - who masters the art of Drifting -downhill in the mountains - & decides to join a Professional Car Racing Team in the end..

Cool movie
Initial D was one hell of a movie. Amazing driving on Mt. Akina.
After that I started liking the Corolla 86 so much.
Even the soundtrack in the movie was pretty good.

You do get Vin Diesel in a special appearance in Tokyo Drift.
Loved the Mustang drifting during the final race. That was some cool sh**.
Also some of the racing scenes in heavy traffic were awesome.

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Old 7th July 2006, 08:55   #168
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Saw disneys CARS last night....really liked it...

Better than TOKYO DRIFT...........there's more drifting in it...and a better STORY!!!!
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Old 7th July 2006, 10:00   #169
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Herbie series..... beep beep ! (true, the new one aint as good!)

chitty chitty bang bang !
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Old 7th July 2006, 13:50   #170
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car movies:
- itallian job
- gone in 60 secs
- fast and furious series( even thogh there is a pointless story line, the cars are aw3esome)
- the Taxi series - same comment as above. also, after this i started really liking peguot. (however you spell that)

in terms of driving, you should watch this movie called C'est une randezvous. its frehcn flick by claude lelouch. brilliant and stunning driving in a1976 ferrari across paris.
story goes that Claude shot the film without permission and during its premier, the cops arrested him for rash driving.
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its RONIN RONIN RONIN
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Old 9th July 2006, 01:04   #172
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You do get Vin Diesel in a special appearance in Tokyo Drift.
Loved the Mustang drifting during the final race. That was some cool sh**.
Also some of the racing scenes in heavy traffic were awesome.
mustang with a Nissan Heart
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Just saw that movie Tokyo Drift............awsum man......
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CARS...this movie is a must watch guyz; its got something !!
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Old 23rd July 2006, 19:47   #175
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Transporter 1 & 2 for me.
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Le Mans ,.. awesome .. no background sound no sfx just pure bliss the best racing film ever
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My new fav: Tokyo Drift
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i think that RONIN with Robert de niro has got some of the wildest driving especially the chick in the BMW being chased by de Niro in a CITROEN,,
then also the TRANSPORTER series with Jason Statham in a BMW and an AUDI respectively,,then ofcourse the CANNONBALL run series,,in that order,, just as an aside what cars are chosen for intense action movies,,usually a GERMAN high end car ,,they are the best
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ichick in the BMW being chased by de Niro in a CITROEN,,
You mean a peugeot 406
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Old 24th July 2006, 22:46   #180
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for me its 'gone in 60 secs' .......... still love its ost and ford GT500.
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