I have to say, it’s quite tricky to pick great cars for an online presentation. There are a lot of movies out there and you really need to have a lot of patience to watch them and make sure you figure out some amazing cars. My „online” car collection has been a real challenge for me and I love every car I’ve selected so far. That’s why I’ve decided to add a few more collectibles to my previous choices: part one, part two and part three.
So, here goes:
The first movie I’ll talk about is The Family Man, from 2000, starring Nicholas Cage and Téa Leoni. Here we have a beautiful Ferrari 550 Maranello, which apparently was Nicolas Cage’s personal car at that time.
Next movie is from 2007, with Denzel Washington as the main character. The Great Debaters is an amazing movie and I would recommend it to everyone. The cars here are a 1927 Dodge Brothers
and a 1933 Plymouth De Luxe, among a few more nice ones.
Moving on, I’m going to present a more recent movie, with Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake; the Bad Teacher, from 2008 has an Audi R8 from the same year in it. Very nice car indeed.
Kill Bill, vol. 2, from 2004, with Uma Thurman, has a gorgeous 1980 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
and a cute 1970’s Volkswagen Karmann Convertible.
The classic movie, Men in Black, from 1997, presents Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones and it also has a beautiful 1986 Ford LTD Crown Victoria.
Last, but not least, I’ll show some cars from the 2002 movie Catch me if you can, with Leonardo di Caprio.
We have a luxurious 1965 Aston Martin
and a 1955 Plymouth Belvedere among other vintage cars.
Of course, there are a lot more cars in each movie, but I’ve picked the ones I really liked.
Cars are extremely important in a movie, because they can add drama to a very shallow scene and they can add luxury and prestige to a character. I just hope you’ll enjoy this post as much as I did when I did the research for it.
Keep on watching good movies and maybe write some tips for my future posts.
All the photos are print screens from the movies (edited by me), so I don’t own them; they are used with the sole purpose of showing these beautiful cars to the public.