Cars and Movie #Update
If you’re a car freak like we are at Cars45, then you will understand what it means to drive awesome cars or to have your personality announced via awesome cars; to have your presence felt by the arrival of a grand automobile phenom.
Last week, we ventured into the world of drifting and formula one rivalry and today will be more like it but in a more interesting form. We will be taking you to Los Angeles so sit tight, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
Drive is a 2011 American neo-noir crime thriller film, based on James Sallis’ 2005 novel Drive. The film features an unnamed, Hollywood stunt driver, and a criminal-for-hire getaway car driver who lives in the Los Angeles neighbourhood. His jobs are all managed by an auto-shop owner who persuades Jewish mobsters named Bernie Rose and Nino to purchase a car for the Driver to race. In the course of his infamous living, he grows fond of his neighbor and her young son. The love however went sour when her debt-ridden husband is released from prison. Oblivious of his skills, he hires him to take part in what turns out to be a botched million-dollar heist that endangers their lives.
CARS USED IN THE MOVIE
What kind of car do you expect to see from a movie that stars a stunt driver and a getaway car driver? Terrifying cars, strongly paletted cars that can steal your breath.
The Drive movie featured great cars, especially in the background. Out of the cars featured, we give credit to two outstanding cars: the 1973 Chevrolet Malibu and the 2011 Ford Mustang GT. One of the best car scene we love most is the part where he drove reversely for almost 30 seconds; that’s the true quality of an experienced driver and we credit the actor. Another actor who we bet can drive that way for over an hour is Jason Statham, Cars45 driver crush.