Ford v Ferrari

critic Reviews

92% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score92%
  • Ford v Ferrari delivers all the polished auto action audiences will expect -- and balances it with enough gripping human drama to satisfy non-racing enthusiasts.
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    Ryan SilbersteinCinema76
    Genre-wise, Ford v Ferrari is really a space picture like The Martian or Apollo 13, having more in common with those team-based efforts at an engineering goal than it does a true racing movie like Rush.
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    Julian Lytleidobi.com
    Ford v Ferrari is a fantastic film lead by great performances and direction. It might make you want to drive cars fast.
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    Sr. Rose PacatteSt. Anthony Messenger
    The film makes car racing look easy but also shows it is the result of high art: poetry, scientific brilliance, hard work, human genius, and great fun all mixed together.
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    Damian LevyJamaica Gleaner
    The film is much like the car it is based on. At times it is messy, almost like it's going to fall apart. It takes shortcuts and is all the better for it, and when it takes off, it's shockingly fun to watch.
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    Michael J. CaseyBoulder Weekly
    Whenever Carroll Shelby or Ken Miles slide behind the wheel, it's a giddy work of combustible energy.
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    Matthew ToomeyABC Radio Brisbane
    I was sweating as the final credits started to roll.
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    David NusairReel Film Reviews
    It's relatively compelling subject matter that's employed to entertaining yet decidedly erratic effect by James Mangold...
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    Paul McGuire GrimesPaul's Trip to the Movies
    Ford v Ferrari reaches beyond a niche car-enthusiast audience. The screenwriting team have really made it accessible for anyone with or without car knowledge.
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    Stephen SilverSplice Today
    In a year of many car movies, this one was the best (Living Life Fearless)
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    Blake HowardDark Horizons
    "Ford v Ferrari" is to James Mangold what "Chef" is to Jon Favreau. Where the latter tells a semi-autobiographical tale of art through the lens of food; Mangold brings the audience into the meat grinder of creation and competition in racing.
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