22 of the best car movies that aren’t fast and furious



A screenshot of Ryan Gosling driving in Drive

Screenshot: Drive / FilmDistrict

Since 2001, the Fast Furious the films were the benchmark for spectacular action races. They are very popular, and rightly so, but not to everyone’s liking. Maybe you are surfing the top of the last one, F9, or maybe you’re looking for a racing movie with something a little different to offer.

Even within the series, there are allusions and tributes to the various styles of automotive films that have been popular for decades. Starting as a series specifically on street racing, F&F evolved first into Heists, then action spy dramas, then into something akin to sci-fi – while keeping the focus on fast cars and product placement, and never afraid of turn into a little soap drama just to mix things up.

As moviegoers we love fast cars (the faster the better) and we are not at all averse to seeing fast cars destroyed in front of us, especially knowing that we (usually) don’t have to worry about someone actually getting hurt. . In the best car movies, the off-road drama is at least as gripping as the driving action, but there is also a special artistry in the movies that makes it simple: speed, slippery cars, and crash. casual well choreographed to keep the stakes down. The point is that there is no a type of car film.

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