Cinematic cars

Carspotting at the movies— click to see the feature.

“When You’re Strange” (2009):

“Kill Bill: Vol. 2″ (2004):

“Un homme et une femme, 20 ans déjà” (1986):

“Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest” (2011):

“Daft Punk’s Electroma” (2007):

“Ronin” (1998):

“Le Mépris” (1963):

“Le Samouraï” (1967):

“The Driver” (1978):

“Oktapodi” (2007):

“The Last Run” (1971):

“The Marseilles Contract” (1974):

“You Only Live Twice” (1967):

“Ascenseur pour l’échafaud” (1958):

“Rocky IV” (1985):

“The Man Who Haunted Himself” (1970):

“Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!” (1965):

“Weekend of a Champion” (1972):

“Dawn of the Dead” (1978):

“Octopussy” (1983):

“Never Say Never Again” (1983):

“The Day of the Jackal” (1973):

“L’Amour avec des si” (1962):

“The Cannonball Run” (1981):

“The Longest Yard” (1974):

“Night on Earth” (1991):

“King of the Mountain” (1981):

“Bullitt” (1968):

“Get Carter” (1971):

“Against All Odds” (1984):

“Good Guys Wear Black” (1978):

“Ekusu doraibâ” (éX-Driver) (2000):

“Lost Highway” (1997):

“Un homme et une femme” (1966):

“Pulp Fiction” (1994):

“Manhattan” (1979):

“C’était un rendez-vous” (1976):

“Vanishing Point” (1971):

“The Bourne Identity” (2002):

“The Darjeeling Limited” (2007):

“The Graduate” (1967):

“Death Proof” (2007):

Have any interesting suggestions for this space? Let us know about it.

11 Responses to “Cinematic cars”

  1. Fantastic post! Keep up the great work.

  2. Ronin – Audi S8, 450 SEL, BMW and Peugeot

  3. Don’t forget the gritty little greeen 356A driven by Christopher Walken in Dogs of War.

  4. Don’t forget this one: L’emmerdeur

  5. And The Prisoner 😉

  6. Great Work Brio!! Fantastic post!

  7. C 70 Coupe – The Saint
    always underestimated – rare – and missing right here!

  8. and there was this one:

    Citroen DS cabriolet in Gattaca
    Also Rover 3500

  9. The 1970 Cadillac Sedan de Ville, the 1948 Series 60 Special/Fleetwood, the VW Type 1 and 2, the Dodge Coronet Taxi, and the trio of Ford Galaxie police interceptors in the 1972 Warner release “What’s Up Doc?” which had, if not the best, than certainly the funniest movie “car chase” scene of all time….

    In two parts:


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