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Plot: Fresh from prison, a street racer who was framed by a wealthy business associate joins a cross country race with revenge in mind. His ex-partner, learning of the plan, places a massive bounty on his head as the race begins. Runtime: 132 mins Release Date: 14 Mar 2014
I walked in the cinema expecting fast cars, street racing, crazy cop chases, drifting and explosions and that's exactly what I got! This film is called "Need for Speed" and is based on a video game. This alone tells us not to expect character development, genius plot twists and memorable dialogues. This films delivers exactly what it set out to deliver. If you like fast and beautiful cars, this is for you. If you like crazy stunts and cars chases, this is for you. If you enjoyed getting chased by the cops in the video game, this is for you. Go to the cinema expecting the above <more>
I am a huge fan of "Need For Speed Most Wanted" video game. I still do play it on my PC. Whatever the critics would say, I was sure I would see this movie. And now, it's here. The plot is way simple and predictable but it kept me excited till the end. The movie beats the Fast and Furious series at least for me . The cars, racing and all those stunts were too amazing. I bet, any car fan would not be disappointed by this movie. They have made it too good that it would be hard to dislike it. It's the best video game adaptation I have ever seen, or could ever imagine. It's <more>
like I'm watching the recorded version of my playing but in the best graphics than the one I regularly play on PC. I've always wanted this movie to get released and here it is. The best racing movie ever made.
Love cars, you will love this movie. Go into this movie expecting a great story line with a romantic twist, you will quite simply hate it.Need For Speed is different to any other racing movies. The story line is disgraceful. However, whenever there was a car on screen 90% of the movie I was on the edge of my seat. Amazing exotic cars, no CGI, genuine screaming engines, realistic speeds and no excessive gear changes.Like I said shocking story line, if your not interested in cars, your not going to be interested in this movie. This movie is purely for car enthusiasts and anyone who loved the <more>
game. I can guarantee any car enthusiast will love and appreciate the effort put into making this movie.
I saw this movie at a early screening. This movie was great. The best authentic no CGI fake cars or wrecks all, old school real cars getting destroyed and flying down the streets. It was fairly predictable to me though I am a HUGE movie fan over 5000 seen. Still it made me feel the way I felt the first time I watched Fast and Furious! I like how they had no stunt drivers and they trained Aaron Paul how to actually drive the cars to make it more real. They replicated the cars to ensure that if/WHEN they did wreck the cars they could truly wreck the cars with no CGI involved. Aaron Paul & <more>
Imogen seem to have great chemistry on screen that sells the story also.
Wouldn't Expect It To Be So Awesome! (by logicalrick)
Well when I saw the trailer for the NFS movie, I thought "No just no, it's going to be terrible" - Then I saw the cast of Aaron Paul Breaking bad and Dominic Cooper The History Boys . I loved Dominic in The History Boys and like most people enjoyed Breaking Bad.But alas, having some aspiring actors isn't going to make a movie. Then I came here and found at the time a rating of 8.4 from people who had viewed the NFS pre-release. So at that point I thought, OK I'll give it a shot, worse case scenario it ends up being like a bad Fast and Furious rip off.NOPE! Was <more>
amazing, never a dull moment, didn't have any scene that was just utterly pointless which almost every movie does , the acting was fantastic, the action was intense, and the soundtrack and effects were spot on! As a movie it is great, but for someone like myself who grew up on NFS and loves car's it is EPIC. There's a great scene in the end, that anyone who has played the NFS: Hot Pursuit series will instantly go "Yep, this is really NFS!"The only reason I wont give it a 10/10 is because of some minor plot holes - But nothing to bad, and most people wouldn't even notice. Otherwise brilliant, wouldn't be surprised if this becomes the next F&F Franchise.
NEED FOR SPEED by Kudos "its racing BITCH" Real cars, real racing, real expensive metal being crunched not pixels being crunched by expensive pcs and that makes a huge difference to the viewer, the jeopardy is ramped up, the appreciation of the drivers involved is increased and every scrap, crash, jump just hits much harder than any CGI could......the stunt coordination and choreography is truly stunning ...the last 20 mins are pure car snuff porn, I swear I nearly shed a tear at the damage but enjoyed every second, fans of retro American muscle, modern American muscle and the <more>
finest that Europe can build with be in car paradise or hell.When the cars aren't on screen Aaron Paul seems slightly happier now he has traded in the Toyota Tercel for some slightly more exotic machines, yes there is a lot of Jessie in there still but it adds the "grit" needed for the role, Michael Keaton adds some madness with his "Murray Walker on acid" narration and the rest of the cast all add something to the joyride, you will not see a better way to quit a job! Some will get anal on details of the cars..............screw that, its sexy cars doing sexy stuff filmed in very sexy way held together by a very serviceable plot............oh and a very well done homage to "BULLET" Only just finished watching it and already waiting for the DVD, need to see some of the set pieces again and how they did it has got to be included in the extras "Breaking Badass Cars" kudosfilmclubreviews.blogspot.co.uk
I remember the first time I saw the Fast and the Furious, and how it made me feel after leaving the theatre. By the time the credits rolled, I wanted to get into my car and drive fast. Unfortunately at the time, I was just barely fourteen years-old and not even able to drive, let alone drive fast. Since then, there have been five more entries to the Fast franchise, a tragic death within the series and an upcoming seventh entry that will no doubt pay homage to the late, great racing action star Paul Walker. Obvious comparisons from this film will be made to the Fast film franchise, but I can <more>
assure you that Need for Speed will gracefully race near to, if not speed right in front of the series that made street racing cool. When was the last time you saw a car fly? Like actually fly? And I'm not talking about the CGI filled James Bond/science-fiction films that show flying cars with wings as the norm in the future. For the first time in a very long time at the movies, I had fun! I held my arms close, my palms were sweaty, and tension was flowing through me like the warm synthetic engine oil of a race car, and it was all thanks to the high-octane energy of Need for Speed. Based on the famous video game franchise of the same name released in 1994, the film had many hurdles to overcome even before its release; horrible track records among critics and in the box office for video game film adaptations Super Mario Bros., Doom, Max Payne ; direct comparisons to the Fast films; and a television star Aaron Paul Breaking Bad leading the film. But despite all the hurdles, Need for Speed delivers on its promise for an urgency to entertain, enthral, and perform, giving a whole new realism to the illegal street racing action genre. Now the word realism can be misconstrued in the context of this review. The disclaimer at the end of the film does state that "many of the stunts performed were done by trained professionals on closed courses", including the actors, who had extensive training with street cars and performance racing. Now when I say realism, there is no way we can explain that word without mentioning director Steve Waugh. Waugh, who was a seasoned stunt performer before he became a director Act of Valor , on films like Bad Boys II, Spider-Man and The Italian Job, opted for genuine stunt performances from his actors, director of photography, and stuntmen, and mostly abandoned the use of CGI in the film, which gives a slight edge to the longing of danger to be put back into filmmaking. The video games, which popularized the use of 'first-person racing', put gamers in the driver's seat and revolutionized the way in which racing games were made. Need for Speed may be light on story, completely absurd on intent and plot, and have many two-dimensional characters, but makes up for it in action, thrills, and impulsive entertainment. The film then becomes a blend of buddy comedy/road-trip actioner/hard boiled revenge thriller that will have you rooting for our hero and born underdog Tobey Marshall, with every gear shift and sharp turn ahead. The film spends a hefty amount of time establishing its characters, especially its lead Tobey Marshall Paul . A natural behind the wheel but behind on most of his payments on the shop his late father left him in Mt. Kisco, N.Y, Marshall makes up for his payments and barely keeps the shop afloat and his close friends employed through a string of minor street races. After a generous offer from an old acquaintance, pro NASCAR driver and suave bad boy Dino Brewster Dominic Cooper , Marshall sees an opportunity for the business to flourish for him and his group of loyal friends. But after Dino double-crosses Marshall in a race for winner-takes-all, Marshall serves two years in prison, only igniting a burning scheme for vengeance. Need for Speed spends a dedicated amount of time behind the wheel with it's characters. From the moment Marshall is released from prison, he makes his way to California to the infamous, invite only De Leon street race, held by an anonymous organizer. Desperate to use the last car that he and his team worked on, a 50th Anniversary Ford Mustang that Carroll Shelby reportedly worked on before his eventual death in 2012, a car that produces 800+ horsepower and reaches a max speed of 234mph, Marshall and his team, accompanied by the wealthy investor associate Julia Imogen Poots race to an unknown location in search of proving Marshall's innocence and making Brewster pay for the death of his friend. In addition to the hundreds of cars and parts that were damaged during the production of the film, is the passion and very obvious enjoyment of everyone involved. From Cooper, who has been very open about his excitement to be in a racing film since the beginning of his career, to Paul, who spent months dedicated to stunt driving, Need for Speed is a film that can best be described by its resident veteran franchise patriarch Michael Keaton, a film that was "born to ride".
Very good, better than that other car movie franchise yes, that one (by micke-stenberg)
I saw this movie the same day as the Oscars Sweden, timezones so I had been awake for a good 36 hours when I saw this movie. I went in with low expectations because I know how game-to-movies usually are. I was pleasantly surprised. I thought Aaron Paul was gonna be Jesse Pinkman in my head, but he actually delivered a believable character that didn't have Jesse all over his face.The quality of camera angles, effects, music, details were tons better than any of the other car movie out there, except maybe for Rush. A bit boring 30 minutes in but only for about 10 minutes, then it went <more>
back to a good movie again. The story is kind of tacky, but executed in a good way. Oh, and they actually had many of the elements of the game in the movie. Every different scene was like a new map in the game.
Tobey Marshall spends two years in prison following the death of a friend in an illegal high stakes road race, having been stitched up by weaselly competitor Dino. On his release he has an opportunity to exact repayment in another race, but this involves driving across the country in the unwelcome company of posh Brit bird Julia, and in the face of Dino offering a bounty to stop him.Let me start by making it clear that I am not a car enthusiast. I have no interest in them beyond the wish that mine keeps working. But I enjoyed this film which is based on a video game which I don't imagine <more>
will ever cross my path . There are absolutely no surprises in it, but the characters are engaging Aaron Paul as Tobey and Imogen Poots as Julia are both likable, and Domic Cooper is pleasingly slimy as Dino , and the action is well staged with one or two "Wow!" sequences. The 3D is often, but not always, effective: I would regard it as non-essential although, if you are a car enthusiast, a 3D viewing will enhance your enjoyment.I was far from convinced that the police would fire a squad car at a road racing car in order to stop it, by the way. In fact I found police activity to be less than credible throughout.On a personal level, as an aged stay-at-home Brit who finally visited the USA last year, it was pleasing to see places in New York, Detroit and San Francisco which I had seen while I was there is Detroit really on the way from New York to San Francisco by road when you're in a hurry? .