Sunday At The Drive-In

W Christian Mental Ward
by W Christian Mental Ward

The best movie so far this summer is not really a film. Jaguar just revealed its new platform to promote the new Jaguar F Type. A 13-minute short film called Desire. It’s not original but it’s still better than GI Joe: Retaliation.

Should you see this new film? Hell yeah you should; it’s awesome. As if you were do something important today. HD version here. If you REALLY don’t know what to do today, here are a few more car movies worth watching.

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  • Sgtyukon Sgtyukon on Apr 28, 2013

    All I could think of while watching this is what's wrong with the Jag that it can't lose that old Caddy?

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    • Sgtyukon Sgtyukon on Apr 29, 2013

      @Dimwit Did I watch the Movie? I started it but didn't finish. Sometimes if I don't buy a premise I can't follow the story. New Jag couldn't ditch the maybe as much as 30-year-old Caddy, so I lost interest. Similarly, the movie "Great Balls of Fire." Never watched it because it was rated PG 13. I figured how accurate could that movie be about the life of Jerry Lee Lewis if it was rated PG-13, so I didn't watch it.

  • Corntrollio Corntrollio on Apr 29, 2013

    "BMW released a series of brilliant films starring a then unknown Clive Owens as the ubiquitous “Driver”." Owen with no S. If you were British, he was well-known well before that. However, internationally, it probably took Croupier in the late 90s to make him known. It was more of an art-house flick, so lower circulation. He wasn't Academy Award-eligible for a technical reason -- something about it being on TV in certain countries, IIRC.

  • 28-Cars-Later 28-Cars-Later on Apr 29, 2013

    I forgot how much fun the Guy Ritchie short was.