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So, he’s java’d up, and the red mist has descended. His car’s got a half-cage, which isn’t padded. His head is helmet-less. He doesn’t seem to be wearing a seatbelt, certainly not a harness, not even an over-shoulder belt. He’s driving on the edge of control, apparently on public roads. And he’s hoping that some kid in a stolen car, who’s driving like he’s stolen it and the cops are on his tail, doesn’t pull out of one of those side street or switch lanes. Cos when his skull hits the roll-cage tube, well, he’s THE MAN, and it will be the tube that bends. Right? Not Petrolicious’s best effort.
I love Petrolicious. The artistry, the amazing cars, the cool car people.
The car is amazing and gorgeous. The dude?? Slamming the gearshift lever like he hates mechanical machines. His lame donuts and lantern jaw grins are hideous.
Something went terribly wrong with this film, and I have loved and adored all previous films.
Sorry, I know I’m not paying for this, it’s hard to do. I just know what artistry you are capable of.
At least the car will be rebuildable after a serious shunt. The driver, not so much.
Not to be a wet blanket, but having once made a very sudden stop from 180 mph, I just can’t understand why people put so much effort into building tuned older cars…and then only put in a lap belt, feeling it somehow keeps the car “period”.