Chase scene in the movies went through a very long way of evolution. From running horses to jump out of the car incidents with Vin Diesel. From chariot to chase between spaceships, a hearty tracking is an integral part of every action movie. And in this video are assembled the best of them.
The video in this article demonstrates how was changed the approach of the production of such scenes. In the last movie emerges an increasingly expensive CGI, but then complains doing so.
Many believe the best chase scene ever made is the one from the 1968 movie “Bullitt”, where Steve McQueen shines in an epic battle of two muscle monsters: 1968 GT 390 Fastback Mustang and its “antipode” – the 1968 Dodge Charger R / T.
Here is how in a shortest form would be summarized the evolution of the chase scene on the big screen, from the earliest days of the horse chase through the inevitable classics such as “The Italian Job,” “Gone in 60 Seconds,” “Bullit”, “Driver” and something more modern works such as the series of films about James Bond, the “Fast and the Furious” series and others.