Ford v Ferrari

2019

Action / Biography / Drama / Sport

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 92% · 361 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 98% · 10K ratings
IMDb Rating 8.1/10 10 478297 478.3K

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Top cast

Christian Bale as Ken Miles
Matt Damon as Carroll Shelby
Jon Bernthal as Lee Iacocca
Caitriona Balfe as Mollie Miles
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2 hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Kikisaurus 8 / 10

I know nothing of cars or racing, nor do I care about either yet....

To start off, I have always hated racing. Yes, hated. It think it's a ridiculous waste of resources, and boring to watch. I have zero interest in cars - and thus I know absolutely nothing of the history. I knew nothing of this film beyond reading the blurb before I started watching it, so I was very interested to see whether I would like it at all. I did. Despite being so uninterested in the subject, the film got me interested in the story, and especially during the final race I was on the edge of seat not knowing what would happen. Fantastic acting job from both Damon and Bale, usual. They never disappoint. Excellent writing, directing, cutting, sound editing.. A very whole package overall.

To finish off; I am STILL not interested in cars or racing, but this film stands on its own even so.

Reviewed by Instant_Palmer 10 / 10

Best Race Car Movie Ever? ?

Gut level racing movie with no need to manufacture fictional drama - Fact takes over the drama throughout Ford v Ferrari and it is glorious on-the-edge engagement fueled by the Hi-Test performances of the two stars Matt Damon and Christian Bale.

Being a former SCCA racer (in my 20's), my bucket list need for speed took me to the track to live out my childhood dream of racing cars, and I did an admirable job at winning races at one of the lowest levels possible in racing - but it was always about being the best that I knew I could be (and could afford as car racing gets very expensive as you move up to the higher performance level cars), which as it turns out was better than anyone else at that level.

Hill took that to the top production and competition levels (financed by manufacturers, and those independents with extremely deep pockets), illustrating the universal need of racers to validate their abilities, which is magnified 100-fold at the professional level.

This is a great film as filmmaking goes, whether one is a race fan or a movie fan, and deserved its nominations and awards. Best race car movie of all time?? X marks the spot, and that is 'Ford v Ferrari'. No brainer 10/10.

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Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 8 / 10

old fashion greatness

Racing champ Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) has to retire due to a medical issue. His racing friend Ken Miles (Christian Bale) is seen as difficult and the IRS has confiscated his garage. Ferrari has been at the top of racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Ford Motor Company finds its sales going stale and Henry Ford II wants a big idea. Marketing VP Lee Iacocca has the idea to enter the race. They first try to buy Ferrari and Enzo Ferrari insults Henry Ford II. Iacocca recruits Shelby to create a racing car and Shelby recruits Miles to be his driver.

This is an old fashion rip roaring good times. Damon and Bale are great. All the actors are great whether it's Tracy Letts being told that he's not Henry Ford or the villainy of Josh Lucas. It's a solid sports underdog story. It's fun like Caitriona Balfe driving crazy. The race is thrilling. It is a perfectly made old fashion movie.

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