• 电影名称 Grand Prix

  • 中文名称 霹雳神风
  •  类型  戏剧 / 运动
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语 / 法语 / 意大利语 / 葡萄牙语 / 日语
  •  时长  2 hr 56 min (176 min)
  • 上映时间 21 December 1966 (USA)
I won't bore you with the plotline; you can get all that elsewhere. Themain reason one should see this film is for the camera effects. Andremember too -- these were all done the hard way; there was no computerimaging back in 1966!If you get the chance to see this in a theater, DO NOT BELATE!!The o...
It's hard to rate this film. Its got a soap opera plot pasted on to somereally fine cinematography, editing, music and racing sequences. The realstars of this film are the cars, the beautiful F1 'cigar' cars of the 60'swith their exposed engines and elegant lines. Within a handful of yearsaerodynami...
Forget about cinematic technique or even plot: This movie will blow youaway. Yeh, the plot is cookie-cutter, but they took the trouble to hireperformers who could make it work well enough to not detract from theoutrageously realistic action sequences. Part of the whole point is thatpersonal lives be...
This movie simply put, is the greatest racing film of all time. Filmedduring F1's glory days of the 1960's. I saw it a the Cinerama Dome inHollywood in 1967 when I was 7 years old. My brother and I made ourfather take us back several time more, and to this day it's wonderfulaction sequences and amaz...
Although it is almost 40 years old, it is still the standard by whichracing movies are judged. The good news is the plot doesn't interferewith the racing scenes. It's also great to see drivers like GrahamHill, Phil Hill (glad he didn't quit his day job), Chris Amon, JimmyClark, and others on screen....
The plot is ho-hum, the acting is superb, with Jessica Walter and JamesGarner especially terrific, but the movie is about formula 1 racing, andthere has never been anything like it. The racing scenes merge image andmovement and music and become transcendent. Even on the small tv screen,this movie is...
Without a doubt, the greatest motor racing movie of all time! SteveMcQueen's Le Mans doesn't come close. The storyline is OK but wherethis movie excels is in the groundbreaking cinematography. The shots ofthe old tracks particularly Spa and Monza are truly superb. Ever wantedto know what it's like t...
The best motorsports film made. Frankenheimer received cooperation fromallthe F1 teams in filming this movie, allowing it to avoid the cheesytypicalHollywood race movie(Days of Thunder, Driven). His desire to display thesport as it really is, made this movie spectacular. The race footage waswayahead...
If you've seen Days of Thunder and Driven you probably laughed at some ofthe unrealistic stunts and the silly storylines. Grand Prix is by far thebest racing movie out there. The racing scenes are realistic and exciting.James Garner portrays a US Formula 1 driver with wonderful action scenes.If yo...
If you are a racing fan, then this movie is a must. The in-car camerashotsare amazing, and put to shame the pictures we get today, from real raceswith modern technology. It serves as a great historical piece, withwonderful shots of the old Spa circuit and the oval banking atMonza.The effects are a...
This was the first film I ever saw that used split-screen shots and itflat blew me away. I saw it at the theater and the sound was alsofantastic. Nothing like a race car sound to get the blood pumping! Theacting is, for the most part, good and the story is good but not great.The basic premise is tha...
Grand Prix is one of those films that simply couldn't be made today.This fact is mentioned over and over in the extras on the excellentDVD-edition, and rightly so. Back in the 60s, F1 racing was still muchmore "innocent" (and more exciting) than the multi-billion-dollarmedia-circus it is today. Just...
The film Grand Prix was originally filmed in Cinerama and was designedfor that medium. It has to be seen in Cinerama to get the full effect.When first shown people had to leave because they felt sick, you werereally in the car and the sense of speed and movement was fantastic.When released in Cinema...
After 40 years, this still is a very exciting movie to watch,especially obviously for race fans and F1 fans in particular.As weird as it might sound, "Grand Prix" is a real period movie. Thereis an immense difference between '66 Grand Prix racing and present dayFormula 1, in terms of rules, cars and...
Yes, it's a soap opera set against the backdrop of the Internationalracing world, but it's so well done, it has to be recommended. DirectorJohn Frankenheimer assembled a top cast including James Garner, YvesMontand, Brian Bedford and Antonio Sabato as the racers and Eva MarieSaint, Jessica Walter an...
An entertaining, yet probing look into the world of Formula One racingand all the ancillary plots and sub-plots that embody that world. Thisfilm goes into just enough detail with such things as the technicalaspects of racing, personality clashes and their resulting tensions,off the track romantic da...
This is one of the most important films about racing ever made. There,of course, is much ado about the personal lives of the drivers which Ithink was added so as to broaden the base for the potential audience. It, however, was the technical capture of Formula One racing under allracing conditions wh...
I was just twelve years old when I saw this at the Cinerama Dome inHollywood. Of course then I thought it was the greatest film in thehistory of mankind. Just brought out my DVD the other day and saw itagain. Part of the package is a documentary on the making of it. Theactors are driving! That's why...
The acting was for the most part terrible. The first non-racingsequence is Stoddard's wife hung over in her hotel room. The actressapparently never had a hangover in her life, or was so wasted she couldnot remember what it was like. This is just one of many examples thatcould be cited throughout the...
According to a recent biography of Steve McQueen, Grand Prix wassupposed to be a project that he and John Frankenheimer were originallyto work on. But the two had creative differences and went theirseparate ways doing separate racing pictures. What McQueen eventuallydid was Le Mans. I think Frankenh...
As a HUGE fan of Formula One, I absolutely love this movie. The racingscenes are superb and totally realistic...most of the top drivers ofthe day took part. If you want to get a flavour of how motor racing wasin the 60s, with the glamour and the danger, then look no further than"Grand Prix". OK the ...
Though the motion picture "Grand Prix",was released byMetro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1966,four years after the three strip Cineramahad been laid to rest with such films as "How The West Was Won",theracing drama was filmed in what was dubbed "Super Panavision 70" andreleased in theaters that had been built o...
Quite simply the best Motor Racing film there's every likely to be. Theracing footage (filmed with a combination of authentic F1 and F3 carsat actual Grand Prix of the day) is excellent and is the real reasonfor watching. Combining cutting edge editing and cinematography themovie evokes the smell of...
"Grand Prix" is a pretty spectacular film to watch and I sure wish Icould see it on the big screen--especially since it was apparentlyshown in the Cinerama format. Not surprisingly, it won severaltechnical Oscars in 1967. It was simply amazing how much better thecamera-work and sound was than in pre...
You have to say the story doesn't have much in the line of story as so manyother sport related movies. I think few people really appreciate the simplepleasure of watching these 60's cars race around original tracks. The racesequences are great although the camera 'effects' of splitting the screencan...
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