What is the most memorable movie car chases? This ranking makes a list of the favorites based on the views on YouTube.
If there is a current movie in which you continue chases, it is the Fast and Furious saga. Also the most famous secret agent in the world, James Bond has delighted us with his good work at the wheel. But what is the most popular movie chase?
To clear up any doubts, the insurance company Uswitch has made a curious ranking in which it selects what could be the most famous car chases in the cinema, based on their views on YouTube and the ratings from the IMDb database. In this way, a score has been created by the fans to make the complete ranking with the most remembered scenes.
1) Batman The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
2) Batman The Dark Knight (2008)
3) Drive (2011)
4) Baby Driver (2017)
5) Captain America (2014)
6) Mad Max. Fury Road (2015)
7) The Blues Brothers (1980)
8) Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
9) The Raid 2 (2014)
10) Parabellum (2019)
11) The Bourne Identity (2002)
12) Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
13) Bullit (1968)
14) Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
15) Jack Reacher (2012)
Batman's thrilling first appearance in The Dark Knight Rises (2012) is his favorite car chase, scoring 9.06 out of 10. Iconic by the superhero's triumphant return with Christian Bale, the scene involves the police, Batman, and of course the villain Bane, played by Tom Hardy. YouTube views have amassed 13 million to date and resulted in a score of 9.43.
Another car chase from the Batman franchise figures prominently in this case involving Heath Ledger's superhero and legendary Joker in The Dark Knight (2008). The scene, which begins with Batman's Tumbler transforming into the Batmobile scored an overall rating of 8.24 out of a possible 10.
In the case of Drive (2011), with a rating of 7.99, the adrenaline is not caused by the typical explosions and noise of tires, but by the relaxing and calm way in which Ryan Gosling runs away from the Chevrolet Impala of the police.
Comments on the YouTube video include every police chase should be like this, contributing to a score of 9.62, the second-highest after Parabellum (2019).
For its part, Baby Driver (2017) ranks fourth with 7.93. The young conductor played by Ansel Elgort, sings alongside Jon Spencer's Bellbottoms as he stars in a spectacular chase, which has earned him the recognition of 67 million views on YouTube, most of all the scenes analyzed in the study.