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Need for Speed - La película

Need for Speed - La película
Need for Speed - La película Rating: 39 out of 100 based on 25 reviews.
Interpretación
Aaron Paul

Tobey Marshall
Dominic Cooper

Dino Brewster
Imogen Poots

Julia Maddon
Alan Pflueger

Flyin' Hawaiian
Brian L. Keaulana

Right Seater
Logan Holladay

'DJ' Joseph
Jalil Jay Lynch

Jimmy MacIntosh
Producción
Director:Scott Waugh
Producer:John Gatins (producer)
Mark Sourian (producer)
Patrick O'Brien (producer)
Stuart M. Besser (executive producer)
Frank Gibeau (executive producer)
Tim Moore (executive producer)
Scott Waugh (executive producer)
Writer:George Gatins (story) &)
John Gatins (story)
Valoraciones de Need for Speed - La película
NorthShoreMovies.net
Watching NEED FOR SPEED, you may wish you were familiar with the video game, if you weren’t already. The reason for that is that the video game has to make more sense than this movie.
Leer crítica14 mar 2014
CLIPS
Released from prison after being framed for a crime he didn't commit, auto mechanic/street racer Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) seeks revenge against the wealthy ex-NASCAR driver Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper). The high-stakes underground race known as De Le
iHaveNet.com
In the race between interesting, long-ish screen noses belonging to good young actors, it's simply too close to call between Dominic Cooper and Imogen Poots.
Aisle Seat
There has never been a really good movie based on a videogame. Never. A few have been mildly entertaining (the original Tomb Raider comes to mind), but there is not one single example anyone can point to and unequivocally say, That was a really great film
Reel Views
Okay, no one anticipated that Need for Speed, the motion picture interpretation of the popular (and addictive) series of video games, would resemble Shakespeare. There was, however, a reasonable expectation that some of the adrenaline would transfer...
Leer crítica16 mar 2014
Valoraciones de Need for Speed - La película
NorthShoreMovies.net
Watching NEED FOR SPEED, you may wish you were familiar with the video game, if you weren’t already. The reason for that is that the video game has to make more sense than this movie.
Leer crítica14 mar 2014
CLIPS
Released from prison after being framed for a crime he didn't commit, auto mechanic/street racer Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul) seeks revenge against the wealthy ex-NASCAR driver Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper). The high-stakes underground race known as De Le
iHaveNet.com
In the race between interesting, long-ish screen noses belonging to good young actors, it's simply too close to call between Dominic Cooper and Imogen Poots.
Aisle Seat
There has never been a really good movie based on a videogame. Never. A few have been mildly entertaining (the original Tomb Raider comes to mind), but there is not one single example anyone can point to and unequivocally say, That was a really great film
Reel Views
Okay, no one anticipated that Need for Speed, the motion picture interpretation of the popular (and addictive) series of video games, would resemble Shakespeare. There was, however, a reasonable expectation that some of the adrenaline would transfer...
Leer crítica16 mar 2014
CinemaBlend.com
"Based on a video game" can be a red flag for moviegoers. For one thing, so many video-game movies are hilariously bad. For another, without a familiarity of the game, the uninitiated may have no hope of keeping up with lazy writing meant to play...
Reel Film Reviews
A strong contender for the worst video game adaptation of all time, Need for Speed follows Aaron Paul's Tobey Marshall as he emerges from prison determined to win a lucrative (and very illegal) cross-country auto race - with the movie detailing...
Leer crítica28 feb 2014
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Tobey Marshall (Aaron Paul from “Breaking Bad”) is a mechanic who races muscle cars on the unsanctioned street-racing circuit. Desperate to keep his family-owned garage afloat, he reluctantly partners with arrogant, wealthy ex-NASCAR driver Dino...
Leer crítica13 mar 2014
Rolling Stone
What to say about a racing movie that's stuck in idle as drama? For starters, don't race to see it. Need for Speed is based on a racing video-game franchise that has sold 150 million copies. It stars Aaron Paul (Jesse on the immortal Breaking Bad).
Leer crítica13 mar 2014
Sacramento News & Review
As the listless lead of this dim-witted video-game adaptation, Aaron Paul already seems decades removed from his days of winning awards for Breaking Bad. Here he plays street racer Tobey Marshall, who, after winning a street race, is wrongfully...
Leer crítica20 mar 2014
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Car fetishists and appreciators of extremely loud noises will surely get their rocks off during NEED FOR SPEED, the film adaptation of the EA video from the director of ACT OF VALOR.
Leer crítica12 mar 2014
MediaMikes
Story? Dumb. Characters? Dumb. Motivations? Dumb. Stunts? Yeah…those were pretty cool, but still dumb. Dumb is the word that best describes this movie. There is some dumb fun to be had, but not enough fun to cover the dumb that induces eye rolling...
Leer crítica13 mar 2014
RedEye
Leading roles don’t grow on trees. If they did, Aaron Paul’s first big-screen starring performance would inspire someone to chop down that tree, throw it in the ocean and set the ocean on fire.
Leer crítica13 mar 2014
Richard Roeper.com
“ It’s like watching someone ELSE play a video game for more than two hours. That gets old real fast.”
Entertainment Weekly
Anytime a movie is compared to a videogame, you can be sure there's at least the ghost of a sneer on the speaker's lips. But if the conventional hierarchy of pop cultural snobbery is so clear-cut — books > movies > videogames — then why do efforts to...
Leer crítica28 mar 2014
Groucho Reviews
From a racing movie, we've come to expect dumb fun. But the silly action melodrama Need for Speed—based on EA's popular series of video...
One Guy's Opinion
If you’re in the market for a movie about fast cars that makes the “The Fast and the Furious”—along with its succession of sequels—look literate and clever, this rickety ride is for you. The racing sequences in “Need for Speed” certainly pass muster...
Film.com
Inspired by the video game series of the same name that provides a catchphrase far more readily than it can the makings of a potential franchise, “Need For Speed” gets straight A’s in physics, auto shop and synergy.
Leer crítica12 mar 2014
Crave Online
I’d like to thank Need for Speed for doing half of my job for me. The title isn’t just a Top Gun reference, it’s very constructive criticism. Who knew a film about driving at 180mph could be this slow?
Leer crítica13 mar 2014
MovieXclusive.com
How do you turn a racing game into a movie? Well we guess the ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise offers a ready template, but anyone hoping for this videogame adaptation to deliver the same kind of high-octane thrills will be sorely disappointed.
Shadows on the Wall
Muscly and loud, this film will appeal to anyone who likes their movies stupid and action-packed, but it's also strangely joyless. It may just about overcome the limp screenplay with strikingly adept stuntwork, but without a hint of self-awareness, there'
What Culture
The Need For Speed video game series has been around for almost 20 years now and has since sold over 140 million copies worldwide. It’s pretty obvious why people love playing these games: you get to drive expensive cars at ridiculously high speeds.
Express.co.uk
You might think umpteen Fast and Furious's are enough to celebrate the thrills of illegal street car racing. You'd be wrong. Someone decided another franchise should get off the starting grid in which the characters do exactly the same thing: race...
Leer crítica12 mar 2014
The Film Pie
Three guys go drag racing through busy streets and on a crowded freeway. They drive into oncoming traffic. They cause accidents. They reach speeds of roughly 270 miles per hour.
Leer crítica12 mar 2014
Flicks.co.nz
Would-be Fast and Furious franchise competitor Need for Speed does not do itself any favours by inviting comparisons to old school car movies like Bullitt - which the characters actually watch in one scene - it only...
Interpretación
Aaron Paul...Tobey Marshall
Dominic Cooper...Dino Brewster
Imogen Poots...Julia Maddon
Scott Mescudi...Benny
Rami Malek...Finn
Ramon Rodriguez...Joe Peck
Harrison Gilbertson...Little Pete
Dakota Johnson...Anita
Stevie Ray Dallimore...Bill Ingram
Michael Keaton...Monarch
Alan Pflueger...Flyin' Hawaiian
Brian L. Keaulana...Right Seater
Logan Holladay...'DJ' Joseph
Carmela Zumbado...Jeny 'B'
Jalil Jay Lynch...Jimmy MacIntosh
E. Roger Mitchell...Detective #1
Frank Brennan...60 Year Old Man
Kanin Howell...CHP #1
Michael Rose...Investor
Antoni Corone...Detective #2
Han Soto...News Producer
Jill Jane Clements...Older Smaller Woman
Rick Shuster...CHP Pilot
Chelsea Small...Drive-In Fan
Nick Chinlund...Officer Lejeune
Chad Randall...Big Al
Buddy Joe Hooker...Detroit Cop #1
Rich Rutherford...English Paul
Tony Brakohiapa...The Gooch
Brent Fletcher...Texas Mike
Paul Dallenbach...Johnny V
Beth Waugh...Investor's Wife
Tara Jones...News Anchor
John Gatins...Air Force Pilot
Kerry Gatins...Teenage Waitress
Adora Dei...Female EMT
Charles Black...Preacher
Tierre Turner...Detroit Cop #2
Michael C. Smith...CHP #2
Tim Gilbert...CHP #3
Mike Massa...CHP #4
John Meier...CHP #5
Thomas Rosales Jr....Valet
Jacki Hill...Jacki
Chloe Warren...Girl at the Bar
Chillie Mo...Darrel
Kaily Alissano...(uncredited)
Demetrice Nguyen...(uncredited)
Mahal Montoya...SF City Girl (uncredited)
Anthony B. Harris...Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mary Ellen Itson...Family Member at Funeral (uncredited)
Biff O'Hara...Driver #1 (uncredited)
Rick Mischke...Hotel Patron (uncredited)
William Grammer...N.Y. Pit Crew (uncredited)
Diezel Ramos...Onlooker (uncredited)
Jeff Trink...Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)
Josh Turner...Inmate (uncredited)
Scott Ledbetter...Prison Guard (uncredited)
Ozzy Ojito...VIP New York Party (uncredited)
Cabran E. Chamberlain...Onlooker (uncredited)
Lee Vang...Street Pedestrian (uncredited)
Micky Francis...Club Patron (uncredited)
Dennis Doyle Jr....Businessman (uncredited)
Becky Boyd...Funeral Attendee (uncredited)
Jaden Alexander...Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Evan D Anderson...Office Employee (uncredited)
Libby Blanton...San Fran Girl (uncredited)
Fred Galle...Car Buyer VIP (uncredited)
Pam German...Business Women (uncredited)
Sir Maejor...Leigh Dennis - Inmate (uncredited)
Steven Wiig...(uncredited)
Jeffrey J. Fernandez...Jeff (Dancing Prison Inmate) (uncredited)
Austin Freeman...Drive-In Fan (uncredited)
James Jerome...Business Man / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Scott Lane...Inmate (uncredited)
Ralph H. Meyer...Pedestrian (uncredited)
Scott Oakley...Discharging NY Prison Guard (uncredited)
Jae Shawl...Office Guy (uncredited)
Jason M. Varso...Business Man (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Scott Waugh
Producer:John Gatins (producer)
Mark Sourian (producer)
Patrick O'Brien (producer)
Stuart M. Besser (executive producer)
Frank Gibeau (executive producer)
Tim Moore (executive producer)
Scott Waugh (executive producer)
Writer:George Gatins (story) &)
John Gatins (story)
Composer:Nathan Furst
Cinematographer:Shane Hurlbut (director of photography)
Editing:Paul Rubell
Scott Waugh
Casting:Ronna Kress
Production Design:Jon Hutman
Art Director:Christopher R. DeMuri
Costume Design:Ellen Mirojnick
Makeup:Randi Owens Arroyo (makeup artist)
Tarra D. Day (makeup department head)
Valerie Patterson (makeup artist)
Kerrie Smith (hair designer: Imogen Poots)
Camille Henderson (key makeup artist)
Angela Maldone (makeup artist)
Dionne Pitsikoulis (makeup artist)
Jennifer Santiago (key hair stylist)
Toby Sells (makeup artist)
Geordie Sheffer (hair department head)
Production Management:Stuart M. Besser (production manager)
Robin Le Chanu (unit production manager)
Tim Moore (production manager)
Mark Graziano (post production executive)
Noelle Green (production supervisor)
Justin Ostensen (post-production supervisor)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX version)
Nikki Taylor (executive in charge of production)
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