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11.23.2012by: Alex Maidy

The Ten Spot: Best Movie Car Chase Scenes (Video Edition)

With the recent release of the trailer for the upcoming videogame GRAND THEFT AUTO V (coming out in Spring 2013), we decided that we'd put together a car-oriented Ten Spot and from that sprang: the best movie car chases! Some are classics and some are recent, but all are badass. Let me know if you agree or disagree and share your picks in the talk back below. Otherwise, grab a Fresca and buckle your seat belts because here comes some burnt rubber!

#10 THE CANNONBALL RUN

Not a traditional car chase, but THE CANNONBALL RUN is one of the craziest car movies you will ever see. Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Jackie Chan, Dom DeLuise, Sammy Davis Jr, Dean Martin, Terry Bradshaw, and the incredibly sexy Tara Buckman and Adrienne Barbeau made this all-star cast the gold standard for celebrity ensembles back in 1981. Check out the opening car chase from the scene above and tell me it doesn't make you want to get out there and race.

#9 DRIVE

If anybody told you DRIVE sucked because of the lack of car chase action, that person is an idiot. First of all, DRIVE was one of the best films of 2011. Secondly, the fact that the main character was a getaway driver does not automatically mean that you are going to get an indie version of THE FAST & THE FURIOUS. Lastly, the scene above is one of the two major car chase sequences and it is beautifully shot. That final image of Christina Hendricks' face as the car crashes behind her is perfection.

#8 WANTED

While I was not a big fan of the movie, I cannot argue that this scene was badass. The spinning car opening and scooping up James McAvoy was enough to get me to watch the entire movie. Alas, there was nothing else in this movie that really grabbed me. Timur Bekmambetov has a distinct visual style that I think would be pretty cool for chase sequences but tiresome in most other contexts. So, if you can squeeze these ten minutes out and play it on repeat, you could spend a few hours being entertained. Plus, it is a Dodge Viper, which was my dream car for a few years.

#7 DEATH PROOF

Quentin Tarantino's GRINDHOUSE entry owes a lot to the car films that inspired it, but even those films are hard-pressed to match the final sequence of this movie. The entire Stuntman Mike scene as he attacks the girls while Zoe Bell car surfs is a brilliant achievement in traditional stunt work. No CGI on this project folks. Hiring a professional to act for the scene gives the viewed an even bigger "holy shit" factor what watching it. When the tables turn and the girls go after Stuntman Mike, the chase changes momentum, essentially giving us two awesome chases or one incredibly long one, depending on how you look at it. Either way, completely badass.

#6 THE DARK KNIGHT

Living in the Chicago area, I have spent many visits to the city retracing moments from this iconic movie chase. Unlike a lot of films, Christopher Nolan staged everything at real locations around the city. As much as he tried to hide the Chicago in the movie, you can still easily spot where everything was filmed. I am including this movie because being able to stand where the truck flip scene took place or where The Joker shouted "hit me!" ups the awesome factor for me quite a bit. I have always heard complaints that Nolan's action set-pieces were too shaky to follow on screen, but this chase is clearly one to beat.

#5 THE MATRIX RELOADED

I still feel bitter towards the two MATRIX sequels for not living up to the potential set forth in the first movie. I still think there is a hell of a lot that can be mined in THE MATRIX universe, but who knows if we will ever see another movie set there. Despite my disappointment, I can still say the highway chase/truck fight from THE MATRIX RELOADED blows me away every time. The slow motion is used perfectly and while some of the special effects have not aged well, it is still a damn fine sequence. Sure, the highway is essentially a video game environment with endless cars and repeated background, but it adds to the virtual world. You know that there are not real people driving the cars, so any over the top violence and destruction is pure eye candy.

#4 THE BLUES BROTHERS

"Lots of space in this mall!" Do I even need to explain this one? They drive through a shopping mall. They jump a drawbridge. Everything about this movie centers on the Bluesmobile, so there was no way that director John Landis could avoid making a car chase the centerpiece of the film. The patrons jumping out of the way as the cops chase Elwood and Jake as the brothers calmly point out the shops they see as they careen along makes this the funniest car chase ever filmed. This is another Chicago-centric film that didn't mean much to me when I lived on the East Coast as a kid. But, when I moved to Illinois, spotting the locations from the film made it extra special.

#3 RONIN

Probably Robert De Niro's last truly great movie, RONIN has some of the best car scenes in any movie. Director John Frankenheimer, who also directed the movie GRAND PRIX, used over 300 stunt drivers and filmed all of the chases with the actual actors in the vehicles. What makes the chase scenes in RONIN so good is that you never feel that there is a Bobby De Niro stunt double in the car. The extended chase through the tunnels of Paris is breathtaking. In a day and age where CGI trumps traditional stuntwork, RONIN stands out as a massive achievement.

#2 THE FRENCH CONNECTION

If you look at the history of cinema, two movies always rank at the top of every list of best car chases. You cannot argue that THE FRENCH CONNECTION is one of those. Popeye Doyle (Gene Hackman) chasing down an elevated train in a commandeered 1971 Pontiac LeMans is absolutely stunning. I won't ruin the amazing scene by clipping it above, but check out the extensive behind the scenes on the Blu-ray that shows all of the details and technical innovation that went into making this chase happen. Also, if you listen to Santana's "Black Magic Woman" as you watch it, you will notice they share a similar rhythm. Director William Friedkin used that song as they edited this awesome sequence.

#1 BULLITT

BULLITT is the other film that often tops car chase lists. There is a distinct difference between this one and THE FRENCH CONNECTION. While THE FRENCH CONNECTION uses New York City as the landscape, BULLITT takes place in San Francisco. The hilly roads and steep inclines gave this chase the crazy jumps and turns that you don't get in New York. Steve McQueen did use a stuntman for some of the more complex shots, but you can also see him doing quite a bit of his own driving throughout the film. This movie made me want to have a Dodge Charger so bad, but no one but McQueen would look as cool driving it. This movie is the reason we play racing video games: we want to feel that rush of jumping hills and catching bad guys or evading the cops. Total and pure cool.

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6:20PM on 07/05/2014

Drive sucked, but it wasn't for lack of car chases.

But, thank you for letting my know that I can stop viewing this list because the author thinks it was the best movie of 2011. His/her opinion is null and void.
But, thank you for letting my know that I can stop viewing this list because the author thinks it was the best movie of 2011. His/her opinion is null and void.
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4:48AM on 11/26/2012

This sould be TOP 20

Several movies mentioned in other posts are missing like:
Mad Max
Gone In 60 Seconds
Bourne Trilogy
Terminator 2
Raiders of The Lost Ark
And one of my favorite car chase scenes: Striking Distance with Bruce Willis.
Several movies mentioned in other posts are missing like:
Mad Max
Gone In 60 Seconds
Bourne Trilogy
Terminator 2
Raiders of The Lost Ark
And one of my favorite car chase scenes: Striking Distance with Bruce Willis.
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1:28PM on 11/25/2012

crap list

Matrix Reloaded? really? Spongebob has better car chases. Re-watch the scene...it was nothing that crazy, and had a lot of CGI. And the movie sucked. and you sucked. the twins sucked. they also suck in real life. I think a donkey fucking a watermelon would admit that this list sucked....and it doesn't read.
Matrix Reloaded? really? Spongebob has better car chases. Re-watch the scene...it was nothing that crazy, and had a lot of CGI. And the movie sucked. and you sucked. the twins sucked. they also suck in real life. I think a donkey fucking a watermelon would admit that this list sucked....and it doesn't read.
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4:10AM on 11/25/2012
I know it's not cool and hip to include a Bay movie in a "Best of" list, but any "best chase scene" without Bad Boys 2 is pretty useless. Sorry.

(Especially before something like Dark Knight, Wanted or similar - Nolan can't shoot action scenes at all)
I know it's not cool and hip to include a Bay movie in a "Best of" list, but any "best chase scene" without Bad Boys 2 is pretty useless. Sorry.

(Especially before something like Dark Knight, Wanted or similar - Nolan can't shoot action scenes at all)
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1:20PM on 11/24/2012

The Bourne Supremacy

The car chases that bookend this movie, the first one that takes place in Goa, India and then the final car chase through the streets and then the tunnels of Moscow are beautifully shot and incredibly intense. At the very least, the ending car chase, which IMHO is one of the best car chases I've ever seen in a movie, should've been on this list. The other two movies in the trilogy also had some great chase sequences as well which could have gotten some honorable mentions.
The car chases that bookend this movie, the first one that takes place in Goa, India and then the final car chase through the streets and then the tunnels of Moscow are beautifully shot and incredibly intense. At the very least, the ending car chase, which IMHO is one of the best car chases I've ever seen in a movie, should've been on this list. The other two movies in the trilogy also had some great chase sequences as well which could have gotten some honorable mentions.
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9:14AM on 11/24/2012

Don't think so

Movies with better chase sequences than Drive and Bullit: Vanishing Point, Gone in 60 Seconds (original and/or remake), The Fast and The Furious (1st 1/4 mile race), and Mad Max.
Movies with better chase sequences than Drive and Bullit: Vanishing Point, Gone in 60 Seconds (original and/or remake), The Fast and The Furious (1st 1/4 mile race), and Mad Max.
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2:45AM on 11/24/2012

A Telling Lack of Film Literacy

All due respect to Bullit and the great Steve McQueen. It is the first extended car chase and a great one indeed, but it has been improved upon dozens of times over, and has no place in the top spot. Where's The Road Warrior? Where's Mad Max? Where's Friedkin's superior car chase from To Live and Die In L.A.? Where's Bad Boys 2? Where's The Seven-Ups? No mention of Gone in 60 Seconds (even the car chases in Dominic Sena's remake are more impressive than those in Wanted and Drive).

I don't
All due respect to Bullit and the great Steve McQueen. It is the first extended car chase and a great one indeed, but it has been improved upon dozens of times over, and has no place in the top spot. Where's The Road Warrior? Where's Mad Max? Where's Friedkin's superior car chase from To Live and Die In L.A.? Where's Bad Boys 2? Where's The Seven-Ups? No mention of Gone in 60 Seconds (even the car chases in Dominic Sena's remake are more impressive than those in Wanted and Drive).

I don't see any extensive film knowledge in this list, evidenced by the inclusion of Wanted, Drive, and The Dark Knight. Drive and Dark Knight are spectacular films, but their car chases are far from stand-out. And Matrix Reloaded is one of the most overrated car chases ever. It may have gotten all the press in the summer of 2003, but it was eclipsed in quality by Michael Bay's car chase in Bad Boys 2 (There's a reason he's pecked from it in his subsequent four films). Even a film like Fast Five is more impressive than Matrix Reloaded.

And then for the last four spots, you just plugged in the typical choices (though Ronin, a regular on such lists, is also highly overrated. It is good, but does nothing to elevate the car chase).

1. The Road Warrior
2. To Live and Die In L.A.
3. Bad Boys II
4. Mad Max
5. The French Connection
6. The Blues Brothers
7. The Seven-Ups
8. Bullit
9. The Driver
10. Death Proof
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2:05AM on 11/24/2012

A Telling Lack of Film Literacy

All due respect to Bullit and the great Steve McQueen. It is the first extended car chase and a great one indeed, but it has been improved upon dozens of times over, and has no place in the top spot. Where's The Road Warrior? Where's Mad Max? Where's Friedkin's superior car chase from To Live and Die In L.A.? Where's Bad Boys 2? Where's The Seven-Ups? No mention of Gone in 60 Seconds (even the car chases in Dominic Sena's remake are more impressive than those in Wanted and Drive).

I don't
All due respect to Bullit and the great Steve McQueen. It is the first extended car chase and a great one indeed, but it has been improved upon dozens of times over, and has no place in the top spot. Where's The Road Warrior? Where's Mad Max? Where's Friedkin's superior car chase from To Live and Die In L.A.? Where's Bad Boys 2? Where's The Seven-Ups? No mention of Gone in 60 Seconds (even the car chases in Dominic Sena's remake are more impressive than those in Wanted and Drive).

I don't see any extensive film knowledge in this list, evidenced by the inclusion of Wanted, Drive, and The Dark Knight. Drive and Dark Knight are spectacular films, but their car chases are far from stand-out. And Matrix Reloaded is one of the most overrated car chases ever. It may have gotten all the press in the summer of 2003, but it was eclipsed in quality by Michael Bay's car chase in Bad Boys 2 (There's a reason he's pecked from it in his subsequent four films). Even a film like Fast Five is more impressive than Matrix Reloaded.

And then for the last four spots, you just plugged in the typical choices (though Ronin, a regular on such lists, is also highly overrated. It is good, but does nothing to elevate the car chase).

1. The Road Warrior
2. To Live and Die In L.A.
3. Bad Boys II
4. Mad Max
5. The French Connection
6. The Blues Brothers
7. The Seven-Ups
8. Bullit
9. The Driver
10. Death Proof
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9:03PM on 11/23/2012

Three Missing...

How about the original Italian Job? what the Julienne Brothers did with those Minicoopers in Italy was nothing short of amazing. You want cars driving through malls? how about cars running up and down staircases, flying past a wedding party, and the much copied scene when they pull into parking spaces surrounded by minis to avoid the cops? I remember being sad as a kid when they dumped the cars out of the bus in the swiss alps. Friedkin's TLADILA chase scene is jaw dropping. How about the car
How about the original Italian Job? what the Julienne Brothers did with those Minicoopers in Italy was nothing short of amazing. You want cars driving through malls? how about cars running up and down staircases, flying past a wedding party, and the much copied scene when they pull into parking spaces surrounded by minis to avoid the cops? I remember being sad as a kid when they dumped the cars out of the bus in the swiss alps. Friedkin's TLADILA chase scene is jaw dropping. How about the car chase scene in 'What's Up Doc'? I think the one in Ronin was the last truly great one that has been shot. All this CGI shit makes me laugh. As for Bullitt.....well you get the ageism thing here about how easy it is to slag a ' sacred cow' as a way of putting their own over. My favourite part of that sequence is when the driver in Charger, without a word, puts his seatbelt on....enough said. If you REALLY want to check out some wild car chases....check out some silent films. No stuntmen then, just shitscared actors hanging on for dear life...One last one....Check out The Gumball Rally....nonstop chases in that one.
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8:59PM on 11/23/2012
Come on man - McQueen drove the '68 Mustang GT (one of the most famous cars in movie history) not the Dodge Charger. I think you watched a different movie :). I'm a bit surprised that T2 or even T3 didn't make it especially because of the lack of cgi during those chase scenes. I'm diggin' the inclusion of Ronin and all the videos.
Come on man - McQueen drove the '68 Mustang GT (one of the most famous cars in movie history) not the Dodge Charger. I think you watched a different movie :). I'm a bit surprised that T2 or even T3 didn't make it especially because of the lack of cgi during those chase scenes. I'm diggin' the inclusion of Ronin and all the videos.
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6:49PM on 11/23/2012

This movie

Owns. The car chases were so damn intense and crazy I need to get this back on DVD
Owns. The car chases were so damn intense and crazy I need to get this back on DVD
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6:42PM on 11/23/2012

The world needs more..

movies like DRIVE its so damn beautiful, and it never ever gets old plus the music is fuckin mint. I kind of want another one but at the same time I don't because it'll ruin the while jist of things.
movies like DRIVE its so damn beautiful, and it never ever gets old plus the music is fuckin mint. I kind of want another one but at the same time I don't because it'll ruin the while jist of things.
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4:26PM on 11/23/2012

Urgh

The Bullitt scene is so overrated imo. The sound effects are great and it starts off exciting but then it just gets boring as the cars just kind of...turn a lot.
The Bullitt scene is so overrated imo. The sound effects are great and it starts off exciting but then it just gets boring as the cars just kind of...turn a lot.
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2:24PM on 11/23/2012

Great List But...

Like the list, but you dropped the ball when you omitted "To Live and Die In L.A."...

I couldn't even tell you much about that movie except the fact that they go on the L.A. freeways BACKWARDS!!!

Its not too late to alter the list...
Like the list, but you dropped the ball when you omitted "To Live and Die In L.A."...

I couldn't even tell you much about that movie except the fact that they go on the L.A. freeways BACKWARDS!!!

Its not too late to alter the list...
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1:32PM on 11/23/2012

Has anybody ever seen Dirty Mary Crazy Lary, cause goddamn!

Peter Fonda races a fucking helicopter trying to nudge him off the road... and it's not a stuntman... it's Peter Fucking Fonda racing a helicopter as it tries to nudge him off the road! Come on!
Peter Fonda races a fucking helicopter trying to nudge him off the road... and it's not a stuntman... it's Peter Fucking Fonda racing a helicopter as it tries to nudge him off the road! Come on!
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12:41PM on 11/23/2012

Ahhh JoBlo you did it again...

Wrong. Why does everyone have such a hardon for Bullit? This car chase is so boring it's laughable, no?
To Live and Die in LA kicks this one's ass so much and it's not even mentioned? Boo
Wrong. Why does everyone have such a hardon for Bullit? This car chase is so boring it's laughable, no?
To Live and Die in LA kicks this one's ass so much and it's not even mentioned? Boo
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12:40PM on 11/23/2012

Ahhh JoBlo you did it again...

Wrong. Why does everyone have such a hardon for Bullit? This car chase is so boring it's laughable, no?
To Live and Die in LA kicks this one's ass so much and it's not even mentioned? Boo
Wrong. Why does everyone have such a hardon for Bullit? This car chase is so boring it's laughable, no?
To Live and Die in LA kicks this one's ass so much and it's not even mentioned? Boo
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12:15PM on 11/23/2012

Bullitt #1?

A great car chase, also a great example of lousy film continuity, and a scene that simply didn't need to be in the movie. Damage from cars can be seen on the car before the incident that causes it happens, one car looses 5 hubcaps over the course of the chase, they pass the same VW Beetle a couple of different times. And then the added insult of being from the SF area, i get to know that you can't turn the corner in the Marina District and all of sudden be in Midtown, to be fair I'm sue the
A great car chase, also a great example of lousy film continuity, and a scene that simply didn't need to be in the movie. Damage from cars can be seen on the car before the incident that causes it happens, one car looses 5 hubcaps over the course of the chase, they pass the same VW Beetle a couple of different times. And then the added insult of being from the SF area, i get to know that you can't turn the corner in the Marina District and all of sudden be in Midtown, to be fair I'm sue the people that live in NYC feel this way about the French Connection, and the people in AL feel this way about To,Live and Die in LA (which should have been on the list). All in all it would take a hell of a lot longer to than ten minutes to drive from the MArina to where they ended up in Brisbane. Even if you drove at 80 mph.
And for the record McQueen was in the Mustang not the Charger, which is one of the reasons to this day the Mustang is an Icon and the Charger is a souped up soccer mom car.
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12:41PM on 11/23/2012
Nice. Well said.
Nice. Well said.
12:41PM on 11/23/2012
Nice. Well said.
Nice. Well said.
11:56AM on 11/23/2012
No mention of Bourne Identity/Supremacy???
No mention of Bourne Identity/Supremacy???
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11:17AM on 11/23/2012
Where in the fuck is "To Live and Die in L.A.?"
Go watch some movies before you write a list.
Where in the fuck is "To Live and Die in L.A.?"
Go watch some movies before you write a list.
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10:38AM on 11/23/2012
No Vanishing Point? Overall a pretty good list though. Hats off to filmmakers and stunt people who can pull off chase scenes in an organic and visceral fashion.
No Vanishing Point? Overall a pretty good list though. Hats off to filmmakers and stunt people who can pull off chase scenes in an organic and visceral fashion.
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10:29AM on 11/23/2012
Okay: I'll eat my words. I SERIOUSLY was expecting Bullitt to be the "honorable mention," or at MOST, #8 on the list...but #1? Wow. Now THAT is some good respect.
Okay: I'll eat my words. I SERIOUSLY was expecting Bullitt to be the "honorable mention," or at MOST, #8 on the list...but #1? Wow. Now THAT is some good respect.
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10:15AM on 11/23/2012
This is one of my favorite movies, possibly my favorite spy movie. It's the movie that made me take notice of Jean Reno, who I'd only known prior for his part in Mission: Impossible, it introduced me to Stellan Skarsgard as well. The international cast, intelligent screenplay (even though David Mamet worked under a pseudonym, his fingerprints are all over this thing), and of course the brilliant car chases. As terrific as that ambush chase scene is, the one that always gets me is the one
This is one of my favorite movies, possibly my favorite spy movie. It's the movie that made me take notice of Jean Reno, who I'd only known prior for his part in Mission: Impossible, it introduced me to Stellan Skarsgard as well. The international cast, intelligent screenplay (even though David Mamet worked under a pseudonym, his fingerprints are all over this thing), and of course the brilliant car chases. As terrific as that ambush chase scene is, the one that always gets me is the one through the tunnels, done with no musical background (until the very end), with little touches like the moment Gregor decides to put his seatbelt on.
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10:02AM on 11/23/2012
Since I still haven't upgraded from my VHS copy, it's been years since I watched this movie. I don't think I ever noticed what a clever piece of product-placement that chase scene is.
Since I still haven't upgraded from my VHS copy, it's been years since I watched this movie. I don't think I ever noticed what a clever piece of product-placement that chase scene is.
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9:45AM on 11/23/2012
While I could easily put together a list of car chases completely omitting Drive altogether, the first chase, which isn't about speed, but strategy, is the real winner, I think. At a time when car chases were making a comeback (Bourne, The Town) with that sequence they did something completely different.
While I could easily put together a list of car chases completely omitting Drive altogether, the first chase, which isn't about speed, but strategy, is the real winner, I think. At a time when car chases were making a comeback (Bourne, The Town) with that sequence they did something completely different.
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8:03AM on 11/23/2012
OK........Bad Boys 2 and The Bourne Trilogy had some pretty sick chases.
OK........Bad Boys 2 and The Bourne Trilogy had some pretty sick chases.
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7:40AM on 11/23/2012
Yeah missing out on the Mad Max films is pretty bad.
Not very well known but a direct to vid Dolph Lundgren film called The Peacekeeper has an excellent car chase along several roof tops.
And the pilot to the Micheal Mann series Crime Story opens ups with proberly the best car chase in tv history.
Yeah missing out on the Mad Max films is pretty bad.
Not very well known but a direct to vid Dolph Lundgren film called The Peacekeeper has an excellent car chase along several roof tops.
And the pilot to the Micheal Mann series Crime Story opens ups with proberly the best car chase in tv history.
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2:22AM on 11/24/2012
Mad Max baby!

Good reference to Crime Story too!
Mad Max baby!

Good reference to Crime Story too!
7:14AM on 11/23/2012

What?! No Goldeneye tank scene?

The tank chase in the streets of St. Petersburg deserves a spot here
The tank chase in the streets of St. Petersburg deserves a spot here
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6:42AM on 11/23/2012
Classic car chase scene - Mustang vs Charger! However, I would have added the car chase scene from William Friedkin's To Live and Die in L.A. The scene that have the car chase scene in the wrong lane. That was exhilarating!
Classic car chase scene - Mustang vs Charger! However, I would have added the car chase scene from William Friedkin's To Live and Die in L.A. The scene that have the car chase scene in the wrong lane. That was exhilarating!
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6:41AM on 11/23/2012
Now this is a proper car chase scene.
Now this is a proper car chase scene.
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6:40AM on 11/23/2012
Such a classic scene.
Such a classic scene.
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5:00AM on 11/23/2012
Any of the car chase scenes from The Transporter series would be good for this list.
Any of the car chase scenes from The Transporter series would be good for this list.
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9:46AM on 11/23/2012
Those car chase scenes were great, but I think CGI is overused..
Those car chase scenes were great, but I think CGI is overused..
4:56AM on 11/23/2012

Drive

Drive didnt suck because of lack of car chases. It sucked for its slow pace, over the top violence, and terrible characters.
Drive didnt suck because of lack of car chases. It sucked for its slow pace, over the top violence, and terrible characters.
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4:06AM on 11/23/2012
Wanted makes the top ten, but the Terminator 2 canal chase, Raiders of the Lost Ark truck chase or Road Warrior finale aren't even on the list?
Wanted makes the top ten, but the Terminator 2 canal chase, Raiders of the Lost Ark truck chase or Road Warrior finale aren't even on the list?
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3:41AM on 11/23/2012
How is Bad Boys 2 highway scene not on here!!?? Seriously!? [link]
How is Bad Boys 2 highway scene not on here!!?? Seriously!? [link]
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3:01AM on 11/23/2012
What always confused me about this chase, is that when she's strapped to the front, why don't they just stop the car and let her get in?
It wouldn't take two seconds for them to slow down and stop whilst Mike's car is next to them. He'dve probably shot past them and had to take time to stop and reverse/turn around himself.
What always confused me about this chase, is that when she's strapped to the front, why don't they just stop the car and let her get in?
It wouldn't take two seconds for them to slow down and stop whilst Mike's car is next to them. He'dve probably shot past them and had to take time to stop and reverse/turn around himself.
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10:36PM on 07/05/2014
that would probably be a much less interesting movie
that would probably be a much less interesting movie

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