Hey, do you think that every car movie needs a lead mumble-growling with a metric ton of gravel in their mouth? Was “Razor” in Need For Speed: Most Wanted not douchey enough as a villain for you? Are you willing to believe that a 900+ horsepower Mustang with a bodykit is able to do 240 mph on a road course? Would you believe that having a guy in a Cessna calling out traffic for you would make you an awesome street racer? Are you such a rabid fan of Michael Keaton that you’ll appreciate him doing all of his lines in a lighthouse set inside of a two-hour shooting schedule?

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But seriously, at least the production crew got the look and sounds of all the hypercars very right, and the vast majority of the stunts and effects were practical. That’s a plus—one that the Fast and Furious movies have left hundreds of miles behind them; battered and crying in a ditch filled with Corona.