Opinion Battles Round 8 – Favourite Car Chase Scene

Opinion Battles Round 8 – Favourite Car Chase Scene

Movie Reviews 101

Opinion Battles Round 8

Favourite Car Chase Scene

Each year we seem to see an action film go out of its way to make sure we get a more jaw-dropping car chase scene. These will often become the most iconic scenes in what can be average action films but every time we sit at the edge of our seat filled with tension to what will be happening next. Today we will pick our favourite car chase scenes.

If you want to join in the next round of Opinion Battles we will be looking at our Favourite Talking Animals. If you want to take part email your choices to moviereviews101@yahoo.co.ukby 30th April 2017

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9 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 8 – Favourite Car Chase Scene

  1. Lloyd Marken says:

    I love The Blues Brothers car chase. I’d say classics include Bullitt, The French Connection, The Bourne Supremacy, Drive, To Live and Die in L.A. and of course I’m a sucker for Lethal Weapon 2 and Lethal Weapon 3 and Die Hard with a Vengeance and Goldeneye. But I love your choice because Zoe Bell doing her own stunts really took it back to the thrill of watching the stuntwork and gave the camera so much freedom.

  2. Jay says:

    These are all wrong. It’s Baby Driver. You’ll see.

  3. beetleypete says:

    Had to go with ‘Bullitt’. You know my love for that cool film, and amazing car chase.
    As ever, Pete. XXX

  4. johnrieber says:

    Of course “The French Connection” is classic, but I also love this amazing car chase from “The Seven Ups”, which was released two years later – this time Roy Schneider behind the wheel! Here is the clip – https://johnrieber.com/2012/02/16/classic-70s-action-crime-thriller-double-feature/

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