On Monday we asked you what the best car movie was, where the automotive talent or cars used in the film overshadowed their human counterparts. Not all of you stuck to the question asked, precisely speaking. There are countless number of films that could fit into a definition of "car movie,” so we received many, many differing answers.
But there was some consensus amongst you about what your favorites were, and as a bonus, a few of you volunteered some very cool-sounding films we were not aware of so we’ll be checking those out in the future (does anyone have a US copy of Carnapping?).
Without further ado, we’re reporting back in the spirit that you took the question. Here’s what you came up with, so don’t blame us if you don’t agree!
#10 Rush (2013)–The Hollywood version of the 1976 Formula One battle between Messrs. Niki Lauda and James Hunt. A movie with an amazing story (made that much better because it's based on reality) and an incredible cast, both of cars and actors. While they used CG as little as possible, we're of the opinion that less computer animation would've helped.