What do you thing about a web site that shows movie vehicules. Something that I have been thinging about doing.
If by “vehicle” you mean cars, its been done already: http://www.imcdb.org/.
…or do mean like Batmobiles and star wars’ Walkers?
That reminds me, I need to get Le Mans on DVD and search for Luc Besson’s Michel Vaillant movie. Wish me luck finding that one in region 1!
The motorcycle from Akira, but I can’t remember if the bike belonged to Akira or Kaneda.
Tucker the man an his dream, is a good car movie.
kaneda’s bike was pretty dope. now that i think about pretty much all the bikes in that movie were inspirational…
I meant fantasy or pototype vehicules for the movie screen.
If someone would hurry up and start making these, I’d be one happy dude:
Lotus Espirit from They Spy Who Loved Me:
All time favourite vehicle: Star Wars - Millennium Falcon with a lot special modifications
Land: Back to the Future - De Lorean Time Machine with the one point twenty-one jigawatt flux capacitor.
Air: James Bond You Only Live Twice - Q Branch Autogyro
Sea: The Hunt for Red October - Ballistic Missile Submarine Red October
Virtual: Tron - Light Cycle
I don’t know if it is my all time fave, but this is one of my top five:
If you really like “movie cars” you have to check this guy website:
Holy cow! He’s good! I got alot of work to do!
Hm…quite a few, really, but the ones that stand out the most:
Korben Dallas’ flying cab from The Fifth Element.
James Bond’s DB5 fron Thunderball and Goldfinger.
It wasn’t a movie, but the Bruce Sterling’s book Heavy Weather has a really cool semi-autonomous army assault runner named Charlie, which I would love to have.
“God’s Must Be Crazy II”
has a tiny ultra-light airplane,
that takes off and lands anywhere,
fly’s backwards in a strong headwind,
built in parachute for safety,
with an extra large front window view,
sleek curvy side view, and
just enough room for snuggling two.
It is a very appealing design.