Movie review: Need for Speed movie

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       I will admit, I really did not expected anything good from this movie just because it was inspired by a computer game with the same name. My dad asked me to go with him , so I figured if the movie is not great I just simply will have some father-daughter time with my dad. So I bought a huge bag of pop corns and went to the cinema. 

       At first,the movie seemed very boring, but then the action started. Fast sporty cars, interesting story-line and exceptionally good performances from to main actors made this movie so worth watching. I loved Dino’s character (actor Dominic Cooper), he was such a bad ass, however, I was glad when he got defeated in the end. British actress Imogen Poots was also really good in her role as a  Julia Maddin a.k.a. numbers’ girl. . 

      I would rate this movie 4.5/5 . It lost half a point because of the slow beginning. Down below you will find some screenshot from the film and a trailer .I definitely recommend this movie for all my male readers as well as girls who have a boyish side inside of them . Comment if you have seen this movie and liked it as much as I did or maybe you have some criticism to it. 

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e73J71RZRn8

   

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