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Patrick W Super Reviewer. Oct 01, I didn't say anything at all. I don't know if this film is a rip-off, but it's either a spin-off to "Top Gun", or "Need for Speed: The Continuing Adventures of Jesse Pinkman" It is a rip-off!
I don't know if there's any "just happens to" about this film's casting, because there's no way Paul didn't get ahold of this script, see the title, and then join the filmmakers in breaking out into a lung-cramping laugh.
For goodness' sake, they brought Michael Keaton This is fan service to somebody, and it's likely more of one to "Breaking Bad" fans than it is to fans of this video game, because seriously, movies based on video games haven't had that good of a track record, and this director is the same guy who did "Act of Valor".
Jeez, I say that like people still remember "Act of Valor", or this video game series, for that matter, although, in all fairness, I don't exactly keep up with video games too much, and it even took me forever to get around to "Breaking Bad" Speaking of which, it's not like the popularity of this game series matters, because you know that most people are going to see this film to see Aaron Paul in something whose title references speed of some sort George Gatins' script is as spotty as anything in this somewhat lazily basic action flick, and if it fails to get flimsy with storytelling, then it can always fall back on ludicrous set pieces and trite dialogue, punctuated by some forced and cornball comic relief which, for all its charm, rarely ameliorates the lazy sense of conventionalism that is almost more prominent within the characterization.
There's not any real juice in this brainless and weightless story concept, which is fluffy, and well-handled and fun on that level, but is essentially nothing special, with a great deal of laziness, and when the film tries, it tries too hard.
I must admit that the quintessential death of a friend which wraps up this motor flick's development segment is nailed with surprisingly thorough effectiveness, but beyond that, the cloying sentimentality in Scott Waugh's direction only stresses how melodramatic this story is, that is, when dramatic elements are actually forced over a preposterous plot that only gets more ridiculous as it progresses, with over-the-top, overly dangerous action and an improbable series of events.
No matter how fun, this film is nothing if not lame-brain, and yet, it still manages to be convoluted, forcing the shifts in its plotting, and crowbarring in one predictable element after another, bloating the film exhaustingly, until it comes out to a runtime of exactly minutes.
That is way, way, way too blasted long for a film this light in weight, which tries way too hard to endear viewers, but only distances them further with the excessiveness that, by contrast, emphasizes the lazy ludicrously, thinness and well, stupidity, of this utterly inconsequential, paint-by-numbers action flick.
Enjoying this film is a matter of turning your brain off, a challenge that is pressing, and grows more so as the skull of the film, with the plot, thickens, but is doable, made easier by a cast that is probably more than this film deserves.
More than anything this film is a "vehicle" for Aaron Paul, whose flawed, but tough and human protagonist role is generic something awful, and makes Paul come off as a little flat, but plenty of confident charisma, and a couple key dramatic stretches, further reflect Paul's potential, and make the lead surprisingly endearing, a reflection of some sort of taste that is not within the storytelling, not unlike the film's original soundtrack.
Now, the songs on the soundtrack are generally alright, to my surprise Even a borderline butchery of covers of "Fortunate Son", "Back in the Saddle" and "All Along the Watchtower" are okay , but it's Nathan Furst's score that most impresses, probably more than it should, featuring some touching post-rock and ambient elements, punctuated by edgier, neoclassical and industrial flavors that, while formulaic, are creative enough to grip on a musical level, and in the context of the film's most tense moments.
Also more aesthetically sound than it probably should be is Shane Hurlbut's cinematography, which is not special enough to be consistently stunning, especially when almost haunting darker shots are abandoned, yet is crisp in definition and broad enough in scale to draw you in, polishing lavish visuals that range from distinct settings, to cars that, practically pornographic in their presentation to gearheads, are just plain gorgeous, you know, up until they soar through debris or get smashed to bits.
To be so blasted long, this film is constantly moving, and just before it gets a chance to slow-down, action-packed racing or chase sequences are brought to play, well worth waiting for, what with the whipflash pace, high-flying dynamics and brutal chaos, all backed by a lively, if frantic style that goes defined by dynamic camera angles, noisy sound design, and Paul Rubell's and Scott Waugh's flashy editing.
Whether he be co-editing the action or directing it, Waugh's efforts really come to life amidst largely inconsequential, but wildly entertaining action, and outside of that, there's not much in the way of realization in his handling of a simultaneously lame-brain and overblown story, although what he does handle with some inspiration endears enough to save the final product.
This film would have fallen flat if it wasn't for one key factor: entertainment value, because for all of its stupidity, excess and flatness, the final product is always a whole lot of fun, with enough redeeming qualities to make it a decent, if flimsy watch.
When the speed finally dies down, the final product all but crashes and burns against its own inconsequentiality, stressed by trite scripting, paper-thin characterization, cliches, sentimental melodramatics, ever-intensifying ridiculousness, and a convolutedly excessive plot and runtime, but through a charismatic cast, excellent score and cinematography, lavish visuals, stellar action and lively, tightly paced direction, Scott Waugh's "Need for Speed" manages to inch its way into decency as a fun and reasonably endearing, if lame-brain and inconsequential, pain-by-numbers motor action flick.
Cameron J Super Reviewer. Sep 22, When this movie was first announced, and the trailers started appearing, I thought to myself that Aaron Paul deserved better.
If you've followed this guy's career, more specifically if you've watched Breaking Bad, then you know how good this guy is as an actor.
In my opinion, he is the heart and soul of Breaking Bad as Walt, the protagonist, heads to a darker place with each ensuing season as he heads down the path towards becoming a meth kingpin, stepping on anyone who gets in his way, Jesse, Aaron's character, is the conscience of the show.
Your allegiances slowly shift, as the series progresses, towards Jesse as he grows more and more sympathetic despite his flaws.
So I was a little disappointed that his first 'big' post-Breaking Bad project, the first thing people not familiar with the show would see of him, is a videogame adaptation.
With that said, while this role doesn't really give him that much to do, he still does a good job with what he was given.
He doesn't get to showcase how good he can actually be, well he does in one or two scenes, for maybe 3 seconds, but he's absolutely fine here. His character doesn't say much and his motivations are really quite simple.
He's out to get revenge for his buddy, whose fatal accident was caused by the resident douchebag Dino. Tobey, Aaron's character, spent two years in prison for manslaughter because Dino paid off someone and made it look like the race only involved 2 people instead of 3.
Simple and to the point. Of course Tobey's revenge comes in the form of a clandestine, cross-country race. Don't really understand how winning this race, and humiliating Dino, will make up for the death of his closest friend but let's go with that.
Yes, the movie is preposterous. This doesn't seem, to me, to be a very valid complaint. How many superhero films are released every goddamn year?
Films with Norse gods possessing a cube that creates a wormhole allowing him to cross over into our world with an army of an extraterrestrial race in order to take over our entire planet.
And YET, a film about a cross-country race is preposterous? Come on now, let's have a bit of perspective here. I realize suspension of disbelief is very important, and maybe this film didn't really manage to do that.
Because, after all, superhero films are clearly set in a completely different universe, where the laws of science, physics, and logic do not apply.
For all intents and purposes, this film is set in the "real" world. SO perhaps that's where this 'preposterous' complaints come from. But I digress, I honestly did not think this film was that bad.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Aaron Paul Tobey Marshall Dominic Cooper Dino Brewster Imogen Poots Julia Maddon Kid Cudi Benny Rami Malek Finn Ramon Rodriguez Joe Peck Harrison Gilbertson Little Pete Dakota Johnson Anita Stevie Ray Dallimore Bill Ingram Michael Keaton Monarch Alan Pflueger Flyin' Hawaiian Brian L.
Right Seater as Brian Keaulana Logan Holladay Jeny 'B' Jalil Jay Lynch Edit Storyline Framed by an ex-partner for a murder he did not commit, Tobey Marshall, a financially struggling custom-car builder and street-racer, spends two years in jail thinking about one moment.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Throughout the entire DeLeon Race the Bugatti Veyron and the McLaren P1's active aerodynamic wings remain non-deployed yet as anyone with basic knowledge of supercars knows the McLaren's wing deploys at just over 70 MPH and remains up until MPH then its goes down slightly.
The Bugatti's wing also deploys at around 60MPH and acts as an air brake. Goofs When Monarch was in his office and the police helicopter was chasing the racers, the video camera inside the helicopter was showing in Monarch's computer feed and same showing for us to see as well.
Quotes [ first lines ] Monarch : Hey, I've been doing some homework on this kid Tobey Marshall from Mount Kisco. This kid was a phenom.
Used to tear up the local circuits. Him and his dad, man, they campaigned like champions. Of course, Mount Kisco had another great, Dino Brewster.
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