I’m in the South of France. My base? The high-tech testing ground for Formula One Circuit Paul Ricard. My mission? To find find my favourite car of the year. There's a pair of Ferraris, the V12, 6.3 litre FF and the 458. There’s the UK challenger to the 458, McLaren’s MP4-12C. The latest gizmo-laden Nissan GTR, Porsche's GT2 RS, the 570-horsepower Lamborghini Performante and the fun BMW 1M. Helping me are The Stig and Formula One new boy, Karun Chandhok. I look into the future, in the shape of the hybrid-engined Mugen Honda CR-Z, And there are blasts from the past as well. The beautiful Eagle Speedster a modern twist on the iconic, timeless E-Type, with its 4.7 litre engine and an eye-watering £500,000 price tag. And there's the all new Jensen Interceptor R with its 6.2 litre Corvette motor. The mighty Brutus, a vintage car fitted with a flame-spitting BMW airplane engine. Also the single-seater, B.A.C. Mono - capable of 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. What more could you want?...
Emmanuel B (es) wrote: Koreans do poopoo too. Sometimes.
Scott P (br) wrote: This is a bomb of a movie. I know I live in Grand Rapids Mi. where it was filmed and had a sneak view in GR. Everything about the movie is hogwash.BTW Jerry Zandstra is the producer. What a stinker of a producer and movie.
Aaron S (kr) wrote: There are a few bright spots here, but the movie never finds its direction. The mystery behind the lead character played by Crudup, remains a mystery, as does the point of the movie. With more screen time from Wiig,and a salvaged ending, this movie would have been halfway decent. Instead it ends up unresolved, and unsatisfying.
Justin S (jp) wrote: Sexy moves, too many freckles. Confusing, ended up having twin sister and piano teacher was killer
Brian H (fr) wrote: Over dramatic cliched silly shit! was the actual band this lame?
Jack S (ru) wrote: This movie is just plain weird. I found it very hard to enjoy simply because the script was just so incredible. People just do not act like this at all. I was left wondering what on earth was the point in making a movie like this? Was it an attempt at satire? It failed miserably. Gorgeous Alison Pill is the only good thing in this movie.
Justin B (nl) wrote: Predictably awful but innocuous Disney sequel.
Mathew W (br) wrote: Good B movie. But not a good movie
Shaun B (br) wrote: The funnest possession film I've ever seen with a fantastic cast.
Trixie (us) wrote: If you see part 1;you'll want to see pt.2&3
Ashley K (ag) wrote: Man, those Hammer Films guys really knew how to push the envelope back in the day. Interesting movie as there are very few likeable characters. You pretty much want all of them to die. Sort of like your modern day horror movies, I suppose.