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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    Abby OlceseRave Reviews
    If you let it take you along on an entertaining, semi-predictable ride with interesting characters and style to spare, you'll have a good time. Certainly, the movie is worth appreciating for its performances and craft, if nothing else.
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    Lauren VenezianiWBAL-TV
    In a film full of classic cars and racing, its Matt Damon and Christian Bale that you can't take your eyes off of in this story about friendships, feuds and American history.
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    Kent GarrisonMad About Movies Podcast
    Ford v Ferrari is a lot more than just a fun ride. It's a truly great film.
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    Jackie K. Cooperjackiekcooper.com
    This is the kind of movie they made when Paul Newman and Steve McQueen were at their peak. Bale and Damon prove even in today's Hollywood talent is talent and can't be denied. This is just a wonderful movie in too many ways to name.
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    Justin ChangFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It is a beautifully controlled and assembled piece of filmmaking.
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    Jon WinklerThe Young Folks
    Ford v Ferrari expertly captures the rumbling feel of being behind the wheel of the fastest cars made, along with the drive of the men who actually sat in the driver's seat.
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    Tony BakerTony Baker Comedy
    I just like to see people passionate about stuff. Like, these people are passionate about cars and racing and it's pretty cool... so that's that was the biggest connection for me.
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    Paul WhitingtonIrish Independent
    Overlong and a little silly, Le Mans '66 is also irresistibly entertaining, despite and partly because of some outrageous overacting by Christian Bale, who appears to have forgotten how to be English.
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    Rich ClineShadows on the Wall
    Director James Mangold captures the energy of the mid-60s period and the lively personalities of the men involved in this story. But the script is badly out of balance.
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    Wm. Steven HumphreyThe Stranger (Seattle, WA)
    This makes Ford v Ferrari a very good movie that, a decade ago, would've been considered great. Now it feels like a brand-new film that's already an antique.
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