200 MPH (2010)
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First and foremost the acting, directing, action and driving sequences, cinematography, and the CGI were completely and utterly pathetic. The movie was actually so bad that it makes it worth the watch jus for the unintentional comedic effect.
Secondly, the movie almost insults your intelligence if you are the least bit knowledgable about anything to do with vehicles. The Mazda RX7 Second Generation Model with a 2.6L rotary engine (which is interchangeably referred to as an MX5, aka Miata) is swapped with a Nissan 240 S14 throughout the movie and in the poorly animated CGI sequences. Also the brother's Nissan 370Z with a naturally aspirated 3.7L V6 (which is also swapped with a Nissan 350Z thorough out the CGI sequences) has an approximate MSRP value of $36K (not $80K) and an acceleration from 0-60 in 4.6 seconds with 13.2 quarter mile time and a top speed of 160-ish(not 195). Finally there's the (assuming stock its well over 500hp AWD) 2010 Nissan GTR R35 with a 3.8L VR38DETT twin-turbo V6 which would blow the 370Z completely off the road much less the RX7(even with the pointless NOS injection system). Another unexplained phenomena is how they fixed and modified two vehicles(the RX7 and the brothers totaled 370Z) within one weeks time in order to race.
All in all I would have to say this is definitely the worst racing movie and most likely the worst movie of any genre that I've ever seen; however, I must admit I rather enjoyed watching it and would even recommend watching it if you had two hours of your life to waste because the movie 'unintentionally' had me laughing from the very beginning due to the extremely poor budget, the many many holes within the plot, and all of the reasons above.
Really cheap movie. The city is literally three blocks that are repeated throughout the movie over and over.
This Fast Five clone's low production value often leads to many unintended comedic moments with it's bad acting, shallow plot, and rudimentary special effects.
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