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Old 09-18-2013, 01:58 AM   #26
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^^ For sure a great flick JC19, it just isn't on netflix.

We turned cable off about 3 years ago. I'm too busy for TV and we have a pretty extensive DVD library.

Another gem of a movie from that era is Grand Prix. It had James Garner (of rockford files fame) starring and had actual footage of F1 in Monaco and some other old circuits. Lots of drivers who were killed from that era can be seen visible in pit lane shots.

A lot of this stuff will become apparent with the safety (or gross lack thereof) in the Rush film coming up. Jackie Stewart had a lot to do with implementing many safety regulations after seeing many of his colleagues and competitors die over the years.

The cars had many parts made of magnesium and burned 105 octane gas. It was like doing 190 mph from inside a bic lighter.
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Reviews look really good. Still no info on movie show times just yet. They usually release that stuff on tuesdays. I will keep you folks updated as time allows.


By ROGER MOORE — McClatchy-Tribune News Service

First, there's the sensation of speed - propulsive, thunderous, metal-rending momentum. The perfectly-titled "Rush" is fast cars passing in a blur, extreme close-ups of valves, pistons, nerve-wracking gear-changes and rubber meeting the road. And it's about the men with the courage and lightning quick reflexes to master all that.

Ron Howard, re-teaming with his "Frost/Nixon" screenwriter, the Oscar darling Peter Morgan ("The Queen"), and thanks to sterling efforts from his regular editor, Daniel P. Hanley, and Danny Boyle's favorite cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle ("Trance," "Slumdog Millionaire") has turned Formula 1 racing into moving, surround sound art.

Yes, it's a thoroughly entertaining and gutsy rendition of the sexiest era in F1 and its greatest rivalry - the dour Austrian Niki Lauda vs. the swaggering Brit, James Hunt. But it's just gorgeous, heart-pounding, maybe the best-looking and certainly the best-edited Howard film since his masterpiece, "Apollo 13."

The casting is on-the-nose. Daniel Bruhl ("Inglorious Basterds") is the very picture of the intense, rodent-toothed "Sour Kraut" Austrian, Lauda - a man who is arrogant, blunt and all "risk assessing" business, on and off the track. Chris "Thor" Hemsworth has the cocksure smirk of a party animal off the track, a hunter-killer on it, embodying James Hunt's ever-wandering eye for the main chance.

Their competition was fierce and unpleasant. And in every scene, the insults and edginess set off sparks.

"You're relentless," Hunt complains. "Thank you,"Lauda replies.

They get under each other's skin, never more than in that epic 1976 season during open-wheeled racing's deadliest era.

For Hunt and Lauda, there was no moment to savor the champagne in the winner's circle. No opportunity to get into the other's guy head could be passed up.

The players - Hemsworth and especially Bruhl - get across fear, respect and contempt, often in a single look or gesture, no mean feat.

The film briskly takes us through their pre-F1 rivalry, then onto the racecourses from Britain to Japan as they seek that fast ride that will give each a chance of beating the other. Lauda isn't much to look at, something Hunt never tires of telling him. That means no matter how much the rock star each becomes, Hunt always seems to have gotten to that lovely groupie first.

Olivia Wilde slings a mean Brit accent as Hunt's model-girlfriend, Suzy Miller, and Alexandra Maria Lara is the German beauty who melts Lauda's cold, cold heart.

But Howard & Co. have fun with the romances, as no moment of sexual congress (bombshell Natalie Dormer makes an appearance) is complete without symbolic cuts of pulsing, pounding engine parts in sync with the sex.

It's a playful movie with a pithy message - "A wise man gets more from his enemies than a fool does from his friends." If there's a fault to it, it might be that racing fans get little sense of the violently varied racecourses, the tracks - Monaco, Spa, Nurburgring - made famous by that earlier classic of the genre, "Grand Prix." And as much as the film makes the races cinematic, the filmmakers are hard-pressed to improve on the in-your-face grit and gravel of Fox TV's outstanding NASCAR coverage.

But "Rush" is a fine and fun film tribute to the milieu, the men, women and machines in a sport that was never deadlier or more glamorous than during its disco-decade incarnation.

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3.5 stars (Grade: A)

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde, Alexandra Maria Lara, Christian McKay, Natalie Dormer

Directed by Ron Howard, written by Peter Morgan.A Universal release.

Running time: 2:00

MPAA rating: R for sexual content, nudity, language, some disturbing images and brief drug use


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Didn't see a listing for it in today's paper either. Even tried calling the theaters for it. NOTHING YET.
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Fandango app claims an 8, 9:30 & 10:50 @ Tikahtnu, or 8 & 10:45 at Dimond Center

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Is dinner first and then midnight Thursday off the table? I know we wouldn't be able to discuss the movie but just a thought.
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Nothings off the table, Davin. Just waiting for listings to officially come out. I've used fandango before, just want to make certain the theaters locally will comply with what is advertised first.

Anyways…saw this today. Great article.

For 'Rush,' Niki Lauda relives James Hunt rivalry and return to racing
"TORONTO - It was 37 years ago, but Niki Lauda recalls his brush with death as if it happened this morning.

The Austrian Formula One driver had been in a ferocious nip-and-tuck battle for most of the season with his British rival, James Hunt, when he crashed on a rain-slicked track at the German Grand Prix. Lauda, then 27, was trapped in his burning car for nearly a minute before he was pulled out by other drivers who stopped to help. The skin on his face was so badly burned that, at the hospital, a priest was called to administer last rites.

But a few days later, Lauda got up from his sickbed, signed a release and returned to his rural home.

"I remember hiding in my own house because there were photographers surrounding the place who wanted the first picture of me looking like this," Lauda, now 64, said in an interview last week, gesturing to his still badly scarred face and ear. "But I had a bigger decision: Do I want to race or not? And I put a record on, and then I went down to the lake where I had a nice view, and I said, 'This is the prime of my life, and thank God I'm alive and not dead. So yes, I'm going to race.'"

That decision proved one of the most remarkable in modern sports. Barely six weeks after an accident that should have killed him, Lauda showed up at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza - to Hunt's great shock - and finished in the top 5. The battle with his nemesis was back on.

The clash between Lauda and Hunt - personal, professional, philosophical - is at the heart of Ron Howard's Formula One drama "Rush," in theaters Friday. Auto-racing movies tend to fall under several known genres: heightened action (the "Fast and Furious" franchise) or sports uplift ("Days of Thunder"). "Rush" peels off on a different course.

Written by Oscar nominee Peter Morgan - who spent months conferring with Lauda and poring over footage - the film examines its heroes primarily during that dramatic 1976 season. But while Howard crafts the races with sonic and visual style, he is as preoccupied with characters' personalities as he is with their driving achievements.

As shown in the movie, Hunt (played by Chris Hemsworth), driving for McLaren, was a swashbuckler, relying on natural talent more than mechanical savvy or hard work, and as interested in drinking and womanizing as in the nuances of the sport. Lauda (Daniel Bruhl), driving for the superior Ferrari, was a brilliant clinician, a disciplined practitioner who worked every mechanical detail to his advantage. Nicknamed "The Rat" because of his buckteeth, Lauda had a no-nonsense approach that made him as successful on the track as he was unpopular among fellow drivers off it.

Needless to say, no love was lost between Lauda and Hunt, their rivalry a reminder of a grittier sports era than the present when competitors genuinely resented each other (even though, as the movie suggests, they were also each other's greatest motivating force).

"Young people today have no idea what happened in '76," Lauda said, with his trademark curmudgeonliness. He and Bruhl were at a restaurant at the Toronto International Film Festival, where "Rush" had premiered the night before. "It was two different people, two different approaches, one world championship."

Bruhl added: "What I find great about the movie is you have empathy with both guys. It's not a conventional film where you root for one person and not the other."

The actor said he was still trying to understand the risks Lauda took. Formula One was an unregulated sport until the mid-'90s, and serious injuries and fatalities were common. (Fans of the documentary "Senna" will recall how that movie's hero, the Brazilian champ Ayrton Senna, died on the track in 1994. Hunt survived his racing career but died of a heart attack in 1993 at 45.)

Before the fateful 1976 German race, Lauda argued for its cancellation; rain, he said, made conditions too dangerous. But in part because Lauda was a not-very-beloved guy on the circuit, he was outvoted by other drivers, including Hunt.

Bruhl was even more astounded by the comeback at Monza, which was so frightening that Lauda admits that during a test drive he had visions of his head being severed by a guardrail.

"It's hard to find the right approach to think about what he did," said Bruhl, the Spanish German actor, 35, known for his role as Nazi war hero Zoller in "Inglourious Basterds." "You try to think about moments in life that are similar but then you see how ridiculous the comparison is."

To get himself in the proper head space, Bruhl developed a bond with Lauda and even accompanied him to the Brazilian Grand Prix, where in the paddock he met with current drivers such as the German champion Sebastian Vettel. Bruhl even tried getting behind the wheel himself at a Formula Three course.

"There was a funny little accident where the wheel came off the fake Ferrari and I felt uncomfortable for a few seconds," the actor recalled.

"I always had a suspicion Ron (Howard) did it so I can get better in the part," he added, laughing.

The actor said playing the part wasn't easy for more elemental reasons - ones that also made him resent Hunt. "I would get picked up at 3 in the morning and have to spend six or seven hours in the makeup trailer to get the prosthetics done. And then I would look at the call sheet and it would say 'Chris: pickup at 10, first scene kissing a nurse, second scene making love on a plane. Third scene: Niki Lauda checking his tires.'"

"I made you suffer," Lauda said.

"Rush" took root when Morgan's Austrian wife, who knew Lauda because he had unsuccessfully asked her out more than three decades before, suggested a movie about Lauda and Hunt while the couple was vacationing in Ibiza. A few days later he and Lauda, who spends part of the year in Ibiza, were having lunch.

"To me, when I first heard it, this was a great story because you had a guy who is so prickly and so awkward and yet what he went through was so courageous," said Morgan, known for bringing real-life figures like Queen Elizabeth II and Richard Nixon to life on the screen in "The Queen" and "Frost/Nixon," respectively. So how about him in conflict with the most beautiful Englishman who ever lived?"

Though Morgan and Lauda developed a friendship, one meeting with Morgan had the driver concerned that he didn't understand racing.

"Peter wrote down three sentences and said this is how I understood it," Lauda recalled. "He said, 'So you turn the key to the Ferrari.' And I said, 'Are you nuts? There is no key. You start with a button.' I never had any worries with Peter. Except for the key."

Though Hunt was the flashy one, Lauda is not without his own larger-than-life flourishes. He arrived at the "Rush" premiere in Toronto from this year's race at Monza by private jet he flew himself. A few hours after the interview, he was to pilot it home to Europe.

He has undergone several kidney transplants, most recently receiving the organ from a flight attendant 30 years his junior who - oh yes - he married in 2008. (He and his first wife, Marlene Knaus, divorced in 1991.)

Lauda continues to work as a Formula One commentator in Europe and serves as an elder statesman for the sport. He is non-executive chairman for the Mercedes F1 team, where he mentors other drivers, including, in an ironic twist, the talented young Brit Lewis Hamilton.

Whether NASCAR-crazed Americans will see a film about Formula One remains a question. That's perhaps why the movie, although it's a Universal Pictures release, was financed for under $45 million and received significant funding from foreign sales and independent financier Cross Creek Pictures.

Reviews for "Rush" have been strong, and the early fan buzz, especially among F1 devotees, is good too. At a Toronto party for the movie, young men and women lined up at a table where Bruhl, Hemsworth and Lauda were sitting. Surprisingly, they took as many photos with Lauda as with the actors.

"You have a new career as a movie star," Bruhl later ribbed him. Lauda waved his hand dismissively. "No, never," he said."
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Yeah never mind, I just looked and I'm opening Friday and closing Saturday so Friday evening is perfect for me.
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I promised my girlfriend dinner and a movie...



She didnt specify what movie though...
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http://selvedgeyard.com/2013/09/23/j...rush/#comments

Another great article about those days.
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Ok sports fans. It is actually showing early on thursday the 26th.
The movie will be playing at Dimond 9 @ 8pm and 1045

Century 16 @ 8 and 1055

and Tikatnu @ 8 and 1050

Century seems the logical choice based on its central location but I'm open to other suggestions. We need to get tickets asap. I have a feeling this one may sell out due to the press it's getting.


8pm showing then?


Cinemark is selling tickets.
http://www.cinemark.com/rush
It is also showing friday (opening day).

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I'm a huge fan of tikahtnu
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my dislike for tikatnu is that its a long drive for us south siders haha. Thats why I never make it to any meets
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my dislike for tikatnu is that its a long drive for us south siders haha. Thats why I never make it to any meets
Same deal with brobell. Even when I lived on Debarr, worst now that I'm E.R.
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my dislike for tikatnu is that its a long drive for us south siders haha. Thats why I never make it to any meets
Hahaha... All of what, 10 miles?
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Hahaha... All of what, 10 miles?
not the miles, the terrible traffic. I miss old alaska when no one lived here haha.
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Ok sports fans. It is actually showing early on thursday the 26th.
The movie will be playing at Dimond 9 @ 8pm and 1045

Century 16 @ 8 and 1055

and Tikatnu @ 8 and 1050

Century seems the logical choice based on its central location but I'm open to other suggestions. We need to get tickets asap. I have a feeling this one may sell out due to the press it's getting.


8pm showing then?


Cinemark is selling tickets.
http://www.cinemark.com/rush
It is also showing friday (opening day).
I'm good for Tikatnu 8pm thursday. But if I HAVE to (looking at those guys complaining about driving to Tikatnu) I'll drive to Centry for 8pm. Need to know because this is tomorrow and I will need to buy a ticket for the right theater.
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I also vote Tikhatnu.
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lol my only complaint is the traffic on that side of town, but to be honest with the times posted there shouldnt be any traffic...
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LOl, just like usual….trying to herd cats.


I've got my ticket to century Thursday night@ 8 in XD. I will gladly meet up friday and see it again…plus have dinner, if most are set on Tikatnu.
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Century it is then. lol

WTF! When I try to check out through fandango it just says "Your session has been timed out due to inactivity." every time.

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I've got my ticket to century Thursday night@ 8 in XD. I will gladly meet up friday and see it again…plus have dinner, if most are set on Tikatnu.
I'll see you tonight for the 8pm showing. You said Century. Rush in XD at 8pm.
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Cool fellas.

Unfortunately, with an unmentioned early release date and limited info from the theaters until the last second, this didn't go off as well as it could have.

Again, if people want to hook up tonight at 730 or so for the 8 pm showing at Century, that's cool. We can decide where to go from there for dinner.

If others are wanting to hit Tikatnu tonight for the 8 pm showing, we can all meet for dinner afterwards at a common place.


If you folks want to hit it tomorrow(friday), post up. It looks like one of those movies I would see again and will probably buy the blue ray as well. I really enjoy action on the big screen and so few movies have good action scenes.

Ideas for dinner places tonight?

I enjoy the Tikatnu commons shopping area, but it is a bottleneck getting in there. Traffic over there can be ridiculous. I know that it is much more convenient for folks coming in from Eagle River and the Valley, as well as Anchorage northsiders….but that is why I chose Century myself. It was more central for everyone. Dimond mall is closer for me actually.

Anyways, sorry for all the last minute stuff, but I didn't want to miss the opportunity to get a ticket on opening night. Namaste!

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I'll be good for the movie tonight at 8. can meet up at 7:30. no dinner after. I work tomorrow
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