Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by AndrewK, Apr 23, 2021.
Thelma and Louise - Original Trailer
The Motorcycle Diaries
We're The Millers
In addition to the ones mentioned I liked
Harold and Kumar goto White Castle
The Fundamentals of Caring
End of the Tour
The Straight Story
Yup. I'll allow it, lol!
The National Tree...
he was looking in the wrong place...at the end of a bone.
The Straight Story is like the opposite of Vanishing Point, nice one.
was watching Apocalypse Now Redux yesterday, can also be considered a road movie, a road trip down the river. Pretty intense movie
The Postman Always Rings Twice
The Road Warrior
Roadside Prophets, starring John Doe from X, and Adam Horowitz of the Beastie Boys.
Chasers (1994) - also I would say a road trip movie. I haven't seen it in a long time, so decided to watch it over the weekend. Not the best comedy, but still a pretty fun one with Tom Berenger, Erika Eleniak, Gary Busey, Crispin Clover.
Grand Theft Parsons
Two Lane Blacktop
Vacation (both versions)
Two for the Road
Wizard of Oz, I’d argue
Grapes of Wrath, even
But not Fury Road.
The aforementioned WAGES OF FEAR and it's sequel SORCERER are
favorites. VANISHING POINT and TWO-LANE BLACKTOP are good
road movies, too. The former is all action, the later is all character.
Some of the films mentioned merely have a long road scene but that
doesn't make them road movies. Racing movies are not road movies
There was a mother-daughter road movie about ten years ago but
I can't remember the title or the stars. It was a good film.
My sentiments exactly.
Edgar G. Ulmer's DETOUR (1945) with Ann Savage.
Richard Fleischer's THE LAST RUN (1971) with George C. Scott.
Alan Rudolph's THE LATE SHOW (1974) with Art Carney.
Michelangelo Antonioni's THE PASSENGER (1975) with Jack Nicholson.
The Warriors - maybe the worst trip,ever.
It Happened One Night
I meant to say Paul Mazursky's HARRY AND TONTO (1974)
with Art Carney. Not THE LATE SHOW which is a mystery.
Lost In America
"I was on the road to nowhere. Do you know the road? It's a nowhere road. It goes nowhere! You're on it! You don't know it? It's a nowhere road."
"Next stop, Buffalo Bill Cody's house in North Plate. What a remarkable man- you can read about him in enclosed pamphlet."
O Lucky Man! with Malcolm McDowell.
Until The End of The World.
Most of it is a road movie, except at the end where everybody winds up in the same place in the outback.
Paris, Texas (1984)
Silver Streak (1976)
Hell Drivers (1957)
Night On Earth (1991)
Paper Moon (1973)
Bonnie And Clyde (1967)
The Odd Couple 2
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