Brittany Runs a Marathon
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I didnâ(TM)t quite get what makes this a cult favourite.
i thought this was a unique and exciting film
A fun car heist/chase movie.
Actual townsfolk running for their lives in real-life, along with dangerous and actual stunts performed as well as real-life crashes and characters playing their real-life characters make this organic film the best car-chase movie of all time, even better than Bullitt. Most acting is porn-film quality, however.
For all the ones attacking it : it's got to be said, H.B. Halicki wasn't a director, neither a screenwriter or an actor : he was a stuntman. So some of the negative aspects generally pointed about the first part of the film might as well be true (acting, dialogue...), but Halicki makes up for all possible issues by showing he's learned William Friedkin's lesson very well in the iconic finale.
A film younger, contemporary filmakers working on car-chase blockbuster franchises should watch over and over again.
This movie is way better and more fun than that Nicolas Cage remake.
Betwixt the two Gone in 60 Seconds movies, this one generates more excitement and gets the job done quicker compared to the remake, with an extremely long car chase that cannot be missed. While the film certainly fails in the acting department for the most part, it is more interesting compared to the remake, as it relies on action more than drama and acting. The late Toby Halicki sure knows how to outdo himself in a car chase film.
The original movie. Fantastic stunts and amazing chases. All done without CGI
The first half of this is laughably bad, thanks to the stiff acting, terrible camera work, and several nonsensical scenes. But the second half, which contains the forty minute chase scene is, in a word, epic.
Some good action bits, some funny bits and some other type of bits.