​Well, At Least The Racing Looks Good In The New Need For Speed Movie

Look, it's pretty clear that the Need for Speed movie is trying to draft off the success of the Fast & Furious films. But the upcoming Dreamworks feature needs, like, 1000 per cent more crazy.

Aaron Paul certainly looks wounded in the clip for the upcoming car-stravaganza — which comes just days after the debut of the latest NFS game — but neither his face nor his voiceover are projecting burning need for vengeance. But, hey, it's Michael Keaton playing a cool, weird guy! That part may be fun.


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    Honestly it doesn't look "too"bad. Some of the dialogue is a little forced and they have the good sense to not market it to the gamer demographic instead opting for an appealing to all audiences. Time will tell whether it actually pulls through rather than being another B-Grade cash in flop that we can add to the long list of crappy movies based on video games.

    the logic behind racing movies...

    "Ughh.. theres bad guys. we need fast cars...."
    Forget fast cars, you need guns

    At least this has some racing in it, unlike the Fast And Furious movies, which are basically just action movies now.

    And this has Aaron Paul in it, which is a plus, can't stand that douchebag Paul Walker.

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    Same song from the game NFS Most Wanted's opening. Coincidence?

    You know what shits me about car racing movies? 'Gone in 60 Seconds' highlighted this to me. . .
    For one, theres barely any racing. And two, I want to see cars racing, not close ups of the drivers faces making expressions.
    Its like two seconds of a car zipping by the camera, then a 10 second close up of the driver.
    Two seconds of the car drifting a corner, then 15 seconds of the drivers face.
    Three second slow motion shot of the car over a jump, then 10 seconds of the drivers face. . .

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