Plot: A group of friends move into a vacation home with a sinister past in Fall River, Massachusetts. It’s Gene Hackman, a 1971 Pontiac LeMans and an elevated subway platform in the boroughs of NY.
Barry Newman, who plays Kowalski in “Vanishing Point” is back, but this time driving a 1972 Ford Gran Torino. On a sad note, the entire movie is actually crap, but the chase makes it worth checking out.
Very similar to “The French Connection”, but this time it’s Roy Scheider (Jaws) and a 1973 Pontiac Ventura. Burt Reynolds plays an ex-moonshiner who’s all pissed off because Ned Beatty shot and killed his younger brother. You’ve got a 1969 Dodge Charger (BOOYA!), a U-boat sized ’72 Dodge Polara cop car and a helicopter that’s being flown by a REALLY tweaked county Sheriff. I will not lie ladies and gentleman, this is my favorite movie of all time next to the Cannonball Run.
The chase scene in the original Longest Yard really deserves a mention, even if only as # 11. Awesome car chases that always ended with a huge pile of cop cars and someone in the distance complaing about their broken watch.
Another tidbit, the French Connection chase was filmed on OPEN STREETS, they got no film permit, and just did it on the fly against real traffic. I don’t suppose the Gumball Rally (1976) counts, since the entire movie is a race, & not a chase scene!

You forgot Two lane blacktop from 1971 and the best, 1974s original Gone in 60 seconds, moving violation from 1977 and lots more, I have over 150 movies from 60s to 90s on cars. Get your daily fix of the hottest celebrity photos on red carpet, in bikini, on vacation and fashion photos from the red carpet, awards shows, events and more. The Wedding Ringer is a new high concept comedy that combines elements of I Love You, Man and Hitch. The Wedding Ringer comes from The Break-Up writer Josh Garelick, who has, up to this point, only directed a short film called Is This Your Mother?
Suspicious of the home’s owner, Taryn feels a strong connection to the house and finds herself at the center of one of the most deadly poltergeists in American history.
He was an ex-motorcycle racer, ex-racecar driver and ex-cop who’s all hopped up on speed (the drugs, not MPH).
He plays Talbot, a Dude who’s searching for the answers that will lead to the hopeful capture of his family’s murderers.
This flick is actually the prequel to another movie called “Gator”, that takes place a few years down the line.
The best one had to do with a 1972 Pontiac Trans Am, but I couldn’t find it anywhere so you guys are getting this one. Basic plot: A Police Captain searches for the people who murdered his little sister… bla… bla… bla. OK, it was released in 1980 but that means it was shot in the 70’s, so let’s include it, mkay? It’s the second best chase in the movie and takes place on a beach, which is nice, because most people love the beach.

HOWEVER, there is a bitchen’ car chase that goes back to what I said in the beginning of this post in regards to the amount of damage that the cars take – that alone makes it worth watching.
Just hit the play button and enjoy Ryan O’Neal flinging around a pretty hairy Chevy Stepside pick-up. The bridge jump trick was great, and the audacity of Burt’s character dumping the car was heartbreaking and wonderful at the same time.
You see, in the 1970’s they would generally use the same car throughout the entire chase scene.
Transport a supercharged 1970 Dodge Challenger to someone else in the movie who is not in any way important. If directors could, they would try to get away with using only one car for a more authentic look and feel. For those of you young guys who haven’t seen it, do yourself a favor and get this classic, two hour long, Trans Am commercial.

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