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What do you think about Chase sequences in movies?

  1. Tonyx35 profile image60
    Tonyx35posted 5 years ago

    What do you think about Chase sequences in movies?

    How do you feel about the chase sequences in movies? You like them, dislike them or it depends? Whether it be on foot, in a car, boat, plane, spaceship or whatever.  Do you have a favorite?

  2. Mind Warp profile image61
    Mind Warpposted 5 years ago

    I like them if they are done well!  Hmmm ... my favorite chase scene?  I'm not sure if it was "Triple X" but definitely the one that has little Asian-type cars zipping under and around 18-wheelers on a Florida interstate.  Wooooohoooo!  It's been a long, long time ago since I saw the movie but, for it's time, it was hot, hot, HOT! 

    The cars were glamorous, the guys were good looking, the women beautiful and there was even decent dialogue along with that scorching action.  Seriously, I'm not sure it was just one movie because quite a few were made along the same lines but if I recall correctly, the very first one remains tops for the best chase sequence. 

    The one about the guys and their girlfriends running in a televised life or death, or get out of prison free, race chase had far too much gore. It simply was unbelievable. Maybe in the future, humans will be that incredibly bloodthirsty and lack plain human decency,but I sure hope not!

  3. Mike Marks profile image74
    Mike Marksposted 5 years ago

    when in the effort to catch that one guy, the socalled hero causes many innocent people to possibly die or be crippled in car crashes, he is not a hero in my book

    1. Tonyx35 profile image60
      Tonyx35posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I kind of felt that way in when watching the chase in the Michael Bay Transformers film. Transforming robots meets busy roadway.

  4. weavesandbraids profile image81
    weavesandbraidsposted 5 years ago

    I love them.

    My best chase scene doesn't really involve cars. It was in the beginning of the first Daniel Craig Bond movie.

    He chased a bad guy from a game  all over a construction site and into the city. It was so beautifully choreographed. I loved the leaping over, hurtling across and diving under metal cranes and other equipment.

    1. Mike Marks profile image74
      Mike Marksposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with that one, it was tremendous.

    2. Tonyx35 profile image60
      Tonyx35posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I just rewatched it and I think this was the first time I ever heard the word "Parkour" while discussing a movie.

 
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