It’s ironic that June 18 is both the anniversary of the premiere of the 1975 classic film Jaws and National Go Fishing Day.
There isn’t anything that says “summer” more than loading the old Vista Cruiser up with 10 of your sweaty pals and heading out to the drive-in. Drive-ins were in decline, but thanks to a healthy dose of nostalgia, the ones that are left are running a healthy business. We’ve got ten to check out this […]
The Fast and Furious franchise is a bit different than what it was when the first installment hit screens back in 2001. There is still plenty of eye candy in the form of ridiculous cars doing ridiculous stunts, but the characters have morphed from street racers into a sort of commando team. Dominic Toretto and […]
Steve McQueen delivers a classic 1960s-era anti-hero performance in the movie Bullitt, but it’s the green Mustang GT that gets all the attention. Two cars were in the movie — a stunt car and a car for closeups. The “Hero Car” used for closeups has a documented history, but it was long believed that the […]
It’s Christmas week here at BestRide.com HQ, so we’re fishing through our Netflix queue and YouTube to watch all the great Christmas movies we can find. There are a ton that have great cars and great car scenes. Here are five we love, with video clips.
The Fate of the Furious it the eighth installment in the Fast and Furious franchise and it looks to have all the crazy that you’d expect. Plenty of cool cars, lots of explosions, and corny one-liners abound. Looking for a new or used car? Check out BestRide’s listing search here. There are a few problems, […]
There’s not a soul among us who doesn’t wish their car was secretly a Transformer. Sure, it would mean aliens are real and there was great potential for mayhem and mass destruction, but that pales in comparison to a car that becomes a fighting robot. The latest movie in the franchise, Transformers: The Last Knight, […]
There’s a whole generation of kids who came to love cars because of the Cars movie franchise. The first installment debuted 10 years ago, which is why your lovable little tyke is now too old to care about the third movie. That doesn’t mean there won’t be a fair number of older kids, parents, and […]
We’ve loved the John Hughes movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles since the first minute we saw it back in 1987. Now that Thanksgiving is again upon us, we thought we’d give you a few things you might not have know about that movie.