Synopsis Need For Speed – Need For Speed a film directed by Scott Waugh and written by John Gatins and George Gatins. This film released on March 14, 2014, which is under the auspices of the Walt Disney Studios production studio.
This film is played by a number of well-known stars such as Aaron Paul, Imogen Poots, to Dominic Cooper and tells about Tobey who is a talented mechanic and car racer. His father passed away, so Tobey has to take care of a garage that has a lot of debt and is on the verge of going bankrupt.
Synopsis Need for Speed
Tobey (Aaron Paul) is a talented mechanic and race car driver. Tobey’s father passed away, so he has to take care of a garage that has a lot of debt and is on the verge of going bankrupt. Tobey has to find money to pay off the mechanic’s debts if he wants to keep him.
Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper) offers Tobey to repair the Ford Mustang GT500 designed by Carol Shelby, a mysterious racer. If Tobey repairs and the car is sold, Brewster will split the proceeds. Tobey did not waste this opportunity. He repaired the car with his colleagues in the repair shop. When finished, Brewster did not keep his word. He doesn’t give Tobey the rightful share, so conflict arises between Tobey and Brewster.
The feud continued with a wild race
The feud continues with a wild race which also involves Pete (Harrison Gilbertson), Tobey’s friend. During the race, there was an accident that killed Pete. Brewster escapes and leaves Tobey in prison for Pete’s death. After two years in prison, Tobey is released on parole.
Tobey intends to get revenge on Brewster. To find Brewster, Tobey enters a cross-country race. A race held by a mysterious person will bring Tobey together with Brewster. The condition is that Tobey must stay safe and win until that day comes.
This film by director Scott Waugh and writers John Gatins and George Gatins premiered on March 14, 2014. With a duration of 130 minutes, Need For Speed is under the auspices of the Walt Disney Studios production studio. During its screening, Box Office Mojo recorded revenue for this film of more than 203 million United States (US) dollars, with 159 million US dollars of which came from international screenings. The Rotten Tomatoes site gives a score of 23 percent for this film. While the audience gave a score of 57 percent. IMDb gives Need For Speed a rating of 6.5 out of 10.