How about enjoying an adrenaline bumping movie? Racing movies have huge fan base. However, this movie isn't a typical racing flick. Rush is one of the best racing movies produced so far. This movie is a biographical drama inspired by the real life rivalry between the two famous Formula one racers of 1970s, Niki Lauda and James Hunt. The period in which the rivals took place is regarded the golden age of the adventurous F1 race. James Hunt was a playboy, an impetuous young man and his rival Niki Lauda was a methodical and a brilliant racer. Chris Hemsworth and Danier Bruhl don the role of Hunt and Lauda respectively. The movie was premiered in the International Toronto Film Festival 2013 before a few days before it was released in the month of September 2013. Rush is an artistically crafted sports drama blended with invigorating race sequences enriched by the impeccable performances of the lead characters.
The writer of two times Academy Award nominated and the director of two times Academy Award winner joined hands and scripted this adrenaline bumping flick. Yes, it is Peter Morgan and Ron Howard created an extraordinary onscreen magic. The script was written by Peter Morgan and the movie was directed by the legendary director, Ron Howard. The solid performances of Hemsworth as Hunt and Bruhl as Lauda add more authority to the film.
If you don't know the real rival story of the F1 racing heroes, this movie would be a great entertainer for you. Even if you are familiar with the story, the film definitely exerts thrill. The movie has a plot to explore something unique and interesting than the usual car racing movies. The contradictory characters portrayed by the director in his screenplay throw more flavors. The difference in characters as well as the difference in overall philosophies of live is executed brilliantly. The script writer and director focused and treated the opposing characters and differences of the two races over other elements. The film was shot in various locations across Austria, London and Germany. Vintage race cars were used in the movie. The movie was nominated under several categories by several awards.
The movie opens with the dialogues explaining the competition, rather rivalry among the two brilliant racers. The script also has an emotional counterpart where Lauda was severely injured in a car crash which almost ruined his life. The recovery phase of his life from treatments to comeback is emotionally executed. Although we can easily predict the winner of the race, there is a surprise twist for us. The differences and the dualism confuse the audience to pick a favorite racer, which is actually a winning move. The script adds one more credit to Peter Morgan. Morgan is famed for dramatizing the history in his own way, which gained him a huge fan base. In this movie, the history remains unspoiled. If you want to experience the thrill and adventure, buy the original DVD of the movie only at junglee.com. Junglee offers competitive rates on all products. F1 race fans, don't miss this movie.