The Le Mans movie from the 70s (?) was pretty good, as I remember it. Mind you, haven't watched it in over a decade.
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R.I.P. Fardin & Craig
Have Irreversible and the Korean trilogy, "Sympathy for Mr Vengeance"; "Oldboy"; and "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" to watch in the next week or so. Have heard Irreversible has the potential to make you feel very uneasy. Oldboy is very highly rated over here,so that'll be an interesting watch.
R.I.P Craigos, you were a champion bloke. One of the best
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The Italian Job (original!)
Common in Sushi thingies, right?
If I was ever asked to provide an argument for the power of cinema, my answer would be Oldboy
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Second the Bourne trilogy. Each movie has at least one decent chase scene.
Death Race might be up your alley. Mindless, but fun.
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