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Someone in my neighborhood owns a yellow Lotus convertible and whenever I see it, I make a low, guttural sound, similar to Al Pacino’s lascivious growl in Scent of a Woman. Often, I daydream about dipping it in honey and then licking its delicious yellow hood…which is apparently illegal now. I had to hop three fences to get away from the cops, those fascists.
Weird car fetish aside, some cars are just too sexy for words. If these cars were people, they wouldn’t be able to walk safely down the street without a gaggle of expert bodyguards. It’s the pinnacle of automobile erotica that gives most of us a serious Pavlovian reaction. Drool, drool…
So, in preparation for the vehicular orgy showcased in Fast Five, we have amassed a list of cars that we would gladly take to bed with us… »
- Morrow McLaughlin
In celebration of the Blu-ray release of Due Date this week, Owf was challenged to come up with our top ten best road movies of all time!
The road movie has been a staple within many film genres and has generally become synonymous with freedom, providing an avenue for violent, comical, romantic or dramatic release. Characters both discover and lose themselves on their celluloid trips. Friends and partners are gained and lost. Ultimately though, the road is an avenue for discovery. Many exceptional road movies have found their way on to the screen and into the forefront of audiences’ consciences. This list could easily be twice as long, but read on to discover what I consider the ten funniest, scariest, strangest, romantic and most touching road films out there…and then go buy Due Date!
10. Love On The Run (1936)
- Stuart Cummins
Whether you’re trying to avoid the releases this week or augment them with even more movie, Your Alternate Box Office offers some options for movies that would play perfectly alongside of (or instead of) the stuff studios are shoving into the megaplex this weekend. This week features Nic Cage driving straight outta Hell, two jackasses trying as hard as they can to cheat on their wives, and a love triangle from Canada. Vanishing Point (1971) Double Feature With: Drive Angry 3D The Pitch: Since Patrick Lussier’s Drive Angry is a throwback (in some ways) to the car movies of the 70s, it only makes sense that you’d want to double up with a car movie from the 70s. Sense is all this column is about. The fantastic Barry Newman plays a car transporter who takes a bet on a 1970 Dodge Challenger that he can get it from Colorado to San Francisco in fewer than 15 hours »
- Cole Abaius
3 items from 2011
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