Need for Speed (2013)

A supercharged love-letter to everything cars, NFS is a [guilty-pleasure] pure adrenaline blockbuster experience boasting the most breathtaking (practical, in-camera stuntwork, no CGI, Bullit-evolved) race & driving scenes *ever* put to film – 10x > Fast & Furious, focusing on the gear-shifts alongside a rootable ’80’s underdog parable x road-trip x drama x romance by a starpowered, capably-acted (but mixedly-dialogue’d/scripted), culturally-diverse Pinkman-led cast. 8.5/10.

Plot Synopsis: Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul), a mechanic, races muscle cars in an underground circuit. Struggling to keep his business afloat, he reluctantly partners with wealthy but treacherous Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper). However, Dino frames Tobey for a crime that sends him to prison. Two years later, Tobey is out and bent on revenge; his only chance to take down Dino is to beat him in a high-stakes race. But to get there in time, he must successfully evade an army of cops and bounty hunters.

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