And after they say "C'mon, c'mon baby, start for momma/daddy" and pound on the steering wheel.Originally Posted by hepcat
how about cars in movies and tv never having a rear view mirror - unless it enters the picture as a plot element so that the heroine can see the killer hiding in the back seat? funny she didnt see that 7 foot tall guy with the machette and hockey mask when she got into the car and the light came on.
cars in movies also always have that mysterious glowing light coming up off of the floor boards to illuminate the heroes faces.
when someone in a movie is being chased and rammed by a car they always try to either speed up or bang into their pursuer. why not just slow down or stop and let them pass and then turn around and go the other direction? with as fast as they are going it will take them 5 minutes to stop and turn around and chase you again.