For too long Fast & Furious has been lauded as having the most effective car chases, but throwing money and explosions at a chase doesn’t necessarily improve it. the sweetness is within the details and that is what the chase from Ronin excels at.
You have your ‘edge of seat’ action together with a robust sense that this chase could genuinely happen, whereas with the Fast & Furious there’s a large suspension essentially.
1) PARISIAN BACKDROP
How on earth they managed to shut such large areas of Paris all the way down to shoot this scene I’ll never know. I’m setting out to believe that they didn’t close it down in any respect and just drove like lunatics through Paris on a Wednesday afternoon. they merely addressed the insurance aftermath afterward.
2) REAL CARS
On paper, a Peugeot 406 vs BMW E34 sounds a reasonably drab affair, but once you put them during a claustrophobic setting and both cars are driving to their absolute limits, the drama is amplified.
They aren’t racing in unattainable Skylines or muscle cars, they’re battling in your dad’s company car and it’s bloody fantastic.
3) REALISTIC CRASHES
When you see the crashes in Fast & Furious it’s nearly always followed by an explosion. This is often a message to the complete movie industry once I say “STOP MAKING EVERYTHING EXPLODE.” Real-world car accident assistance Towing San Jose would have also agreed to that. A Renault 21 having a minor shunt with a Peugeot 106 and a lorry is somehow far more entertaining.
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4) NO MUSIC
Don’t get me wrong, I like the instant when the Teriyaki Boyz comes on in Tokyo Drift, but it’s the constant dramatic music altogether of the Fast & Furious chases. Simple but effective.
5) THE REALISTIC PORTRAYAL OF BMW DRIVERS
If you ignore the remainder of the scene and just watch the clips where the BMW dices through traffic and flashes its lights without indicating, you could not meet up with reality.
6) DE NIRO’S TERRIBLE FUNCTIONING AT DRIVING
I think we are able to all agree that Robert’s player could be a brilliant actor. However, put him in an exceedingly car and he suddenly turns into Adam Sandler. To be fair, he could be the primary American to own ever been inside a Peugeot 406, but he could do a bit better than this.
7) CITROEN ZX POLICE CARS
This one may be a tough niche, but it’s near my heart. This film is that the perfect example of why driving fast in a very slow car is far better than driving slow during a fast car.