Happy Birthday #PaulWalker!

Paul Walker, may have gone, but he still lives on in the hearts of his family, Fast family and the millions of fans worldwide!

Today would have been Paul’s 42nd birthday! To mark the celebrations on this day, Meadow Walker, Paul’s daughter has announced and launched a new Foundation in her father’s name ‘Paul Walker Foundation’ with a simple mission #DoGood! The Foundation will work towards helping the ocean leaders of tomorrow in protecting the oceans, the wildlife and ourselves.

Meadow and Paul Walker [Source]
Members from the Fast Family have come forward in support of Meadow in achieving this goal and making this the best gift for Paul!

The Internet has gone crazy, for someone managed to do a mashup of ‘See You Again’ and ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’. Yes you read that right! After watching it , I don’t know what to say! But the Bollywood fans too miss him I guess! Check it out here .   UPDATE: The video was deleted mostly due copyright issues or something.

And Vin Diesel as always let his emotions out about his brother Pablo!

Its been two years since the tragic incident took Paul away from us. But he will stay alive in the memories of all the fans (like me)! He’ll always be in our hearts! #WeMissUPaul! #SeeYouAgain!

And as Paul said:

“When you put good will out there it’s amazing what can be accomplished.”

– Paul Walker

Learn how to drive a CAR & impress a girl – the Minions way

Ever wondered how to impress a girl with driving skills or may be your CAR?? Well here’s a simple solution: Learn how to drive a CAR – the Minions way!! 😀

No kidding! Just watch the video! Seriously! 😀

Let me know if this helps you in impressing a girl successfully! 😉 Or even if you like this video too! 🙂

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Transformers 4: The CARS and the Truck you’ll get to see in the movie!

While Transformers 4 is set to hit the theatres across the world on June 27, 2014, The Best CAR Blog Ever! has got for you eyes some interesting images of the CARS and the truck you might get to see in the movie…

Transformers 4
Transformers 4

Transformers (2007) was a box office sensation, opening at #1 and made more than $700 million worldwide. The  second installment, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) grossed more than $830 million worldwide. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) was the biggest hit of them all and grossed more than a billion dollars and became the 5th highest grosing film of all time. Collectively, the franchise has made a whopping $2.6 billion worldwide.

The really interesting CAR, though here is the 6th generation Chevy Camaro Concept or the Chevy Camaro 2015.. Yes that’s right the Concept is going to be unveiled in the movie first!

As can be seen clearly from the photos that follow, most of the work has been carried out on the Front and the Back of this Camaro, alot many fans have said that “they would rather open a body shop when this Camaro gets into production, so that they can make the front and rear of it to look like any of the better-looking previous generation models”. Criticism shall follow and everyone might have their own opinion. But one thing for sure, the Camaro has definitely caught my eyes in terms of the design changes they made.

Without much delay now, here are the pics…

Bumblebee 2014 Concept Camaro
Bumblebee 2014 Concept Camaro |  Source
Bumblebee 2014 Concept Camaro
Bumblebee 2014 Concept Camaro  | Source
Bumblebee as a highly modified, vintage 1967 Camaro SS.
Bumblebee as a highly modified, vintage 1967 Camaro SS.  | Source
The completely upgraded, custom-built Optimus Prime from Western Star (a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America).
The completely upgraded, custom-built Optimus Prime from Western Star (a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America).  | Source
A classy 1,200-horsepower Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse worth more than $2.4 million.
A classy 1,200-horsepower Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse worth more than $2.4 million.  | Source
A special race-inspired C7 Corvette Stingray, based on Chevrolet’s upcoming 2014 production car!
A special race-inspired C7 Corvette Stingray, based on Chevrolet’s upcoming 2014 production car!  | Source
The adventure continues to transform with a very different offering from Daimler Trucks North America . . . the imposing 2014 Argosy cab-over truck by Freightliner.
The adventure continues to transform with a very different offering from Daimler Trucks North America . . . the imposing 2014 Argosy cab-over truck by Freightliner.  | Source

If seen closer, the above photo has been grey-scaled and the lights have been photoshopped to look in colour… Thus hiding the fact which character is it going to be. It is speculated to be either Nemesis Prime, Ultra Magnus or the Motor Master. We’ll have to wait until the movie releases to find out.

More of the CARS and trucks can be checked out at Michael Bay’s website! Bay has been a part of the series since the first instalment.

Also you can check this thread at the Camaro5.com for more snaps of the Transformers CARS and other vehicles!

Fast and Furious: The Saga So far and the Missing Part

So I finally got to catch the fast car flick Fast and Furious 6 last week, and I was…really entertained and happy, especially with the awesome CARs and the huge Tank too! 😀

And as I had promised that I would also give my review on it, this post had to come… Better late than never…
While I was out of words to explain the movie, I read an interesting blog post by Mustard Seeds who wrote a complete take on all the five parts of this series… The Saga So far…

Here’s the complete post! Thanks to Mustard Seeds (Jacob Sahms)…


In 2001, Universal Pictures delivered the car-racing, screen-stealing action flick The Fast and the Furiousintent on launching the career of the pretty boy Paul Walker and continuing the upward trend of the gravelly-voiced hulk Vin Diesel. After a strange step away by Vin Diesel in the out-of-sequence sophomore outing and the out-of-sequence Tokyo Drift, Diesel returned in the third and hasn’t looked back since. And now, we’re just days away from a sixth adrenaline-infused outing that looks to defy anything you’ve expected from it before, while banking on the multi-ethnic, comic, dramatically thrilling stunt show that anchors in the real-life action rather than in CGI “cheating.” So, how’d we get here?

In the original, Walker’s Brian O’Conner goes undercover with the gang of Dom Torretto (Diesel), who oversees a crew of illegal street racers who moonlight as semi hijackers. O’Conner falls hard for Torretto’s sister, Mia (Jordana Brewster), under the watchful eye of Torretto’s girlfriend, Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Torretto’s “little brother, Jesse (Chad Lindberg), and Mia’s ex-boyfriend, Vince (Matt Schultze). But O’Conner’s bosses turn up the heat on the investigation after he points the finger at the wrong racer, Jonny Tran (Rick Yune), and the net closes in on Torretto’s crew. A shoot-out, a car/bike chase, and a speeding train all lend themselves to ten minutes of action that best be seen, not read about. Overall, this one is a 9 out of 10 for action and pithy quotes like Torretto’s life mantra: “I live my life a quarter-mile at a time.”

The opening of the sophomore follow-up from 2003, 2Fast2Furious, throws a barrage of actors who are now hot names, like Michael Ealy, Ludacris, Amaury Nolasco, and later, the rapper-turned-movie star Tyrese Gibson. Here, the fugitive O’Conner is responsible for infiltrating an Argentinian drug lord named Verrone (Cole Hauser) with his ex-con buddy Roman (Gibson), as they follow the path blazed by Customs Agent Monica Fuentes (Eva Mendes).   The set-up from the first one has been established as a trend: we’re watching a thrilling car-driven (no pun intended) actioner that mixes race, gender, and style as long as the people are pretty and the chemistry works. But they’ve stepped up the conflict from local and gang-related; now, it’s taking on the mob, and the Diesel element is no longer present. Gibson is no Diesel, but he holds his own (and looks more comfortable than he does running around against a CGI screen in the Transformers series). Verrone is a bad man, as proofed by his rat scene with Mark Boone Jr. (Sons of Anarchy) but this one has its fair share of humor, too (ejector seats, anyone?) The window is bigger but the outcome remains the same: it’s all about the race for freedom!

The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) appears out of sequence, as it’s supposed to happen after all of the others. It was received poorly at the box office and critically, without the star power of Diesel, Walker, or… anyone else. But it did bring in director Justin Lin, who has booted the series back into stunt driving heaven. ‘Nuff said.

Fast & Furious (2009) finds Torretto and his crew hijanking tanker trucks in the Dominican Republic but when they encounter too much trouble, Torretto breaks up the queue. Letty is gunned down by a drug-running street racing crew that O’Conner is also investigating, and suddenly Torretto and O’Conner are back at odds and working against the same common enemy, Arturo Braga (John Ortiz). While this one has more of the sense that the original did, with more racing and less blah-blah-blah, it’s just a subpar movie compared to some of the others. Sure, we can appreciate the opening scene and the final race through the tunnels, but in between, this feels like any other heist movie, and not a particularly good one. But Walker and Vin Diesel are back in the center of the screen, and that makes for better stuff all around.

Fast Five (2011) is quite possibly the best of the lot, yes, even better than the first. After O’Conner and Mia land in Rio de Janeiro, they join up with Vince (who has been hiding out there since the end of the first film) and Torretto to steal some cars. But the car they steal rides in the drug war between drug lord Herman Reyes (Joaquin de Almeida) and Diplomatic Secret Service agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson). Which sets up a wonderful beefy meathead versus beefy meathead battle royale between Diesel and the Rock. Let’s see what Lin has cookin’!

The skydiving stunt at the beginning has awesome written all over it. But it’s the first in a long sequence of spectacular stunts as Lin’s crew ramps up the non-CGI action here. The crew goes after the drug kingpin’s money, and that truly ramps up the rest of the film. It has an Ocean’s Eleven-meets-The Italian Job feel to it, given that the crew continues to blossom, the violence is cartoonish (most of the time), and the humor is fast and loose in physical humor and one-line barbs exclaimed between characters. But it also throws out conversations between Torretto and O’Conner about fatherhood (yep, Mia is preggers), showing that it’s family-related AND that even in this fast-and-loose series, that they know some growing up is necessary.

Fast & Furious 6 (2013) shows that Lin, Diesel, et al. have a sense of humor. How else could you appreciate a film that includes a battle with a tank or a car chase-flying-from-an-exploding-plane as we’ve seen in the trailer? And how about the return of Letty, as both a ploy and a major question for Torretto? What will “family” look like when Rodriguez and Haywire’s Gina Carano are done beating the heck out of each other? I’m betting on seamless energy, amazing stunts, and double-doses of humor and entertainment.

Where else can you see a multi-ethnic battle of wills, where race and financial status aren’t what determines who is good and who is evil? Where else can you see men and women fighting for family (and not just sex) to make their way in the world and establish their identities? I’m not saying its great theater or that the films would be half what they are if you sucked out the great stunts, driving, and base backbeats, but please, did you see this one turning into a trivia question about movies that have delivered more than three films successfully at the box office?

Torretto is the godfather of a crime family you find yourself cheering for. Death before dishonour might be what they claim for themselves, but it’s more along the lines of family before isolation or community over individualism. It’s a strange blend because the racers themselves are vying for position, to be the best, the fastest, the boldest, but they constantly attribute their strength to what they hold in common: their value of loyalty above all.

We’ll see what Friday adds to the mix but for now, you have time to kick back and catch a few thrilling chases, a couple of life-defining lines, and a sense of adventure that’s contagious.

His post was before the film released… So now about the sixth instalment (after most of us have seen it)…
This one is more about the importance of ‘family’ and that too a complete one… When everyone from the last five parts teams together to defeat the mastermind, whom Hobbs has been tracking across 12 countries since the end of the fifth part… they battle against new and powerful machines… The chase are very entertaining, interesting and bring you to the edge of your seat. You get to see improved and matured driving skills…enough to even bring down a cargo plane… In the end, you see a few moments from the Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift where Han (Sung Kang) takes to the streets of Tokyo and gets killed in an accident…this scene is continued with the appearance of Jason Statham (the guy from the Transporter series) as  the new bad guy who’s gonna be featured in Fast and Furious 7

And yeah I haven’t forgot about the missing part…
Well, while on another journey on the internet… I found out about a short film that exists to join the starting three parts of the movie which look haywire and very loosely connected.

The first movie, The Fast and the Furious, revolves around Dominic Toretto and his family who drive fast and are big-hearted criminals. 2 Fast 2 Furious follows good-cop-gone-bad-gone-good-again Brian O’Conner down to Miami, where he meets up with an old friend and has absolutely no interaction with anyone from the first film — except for one of his cop bosses. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift then pulls fans even farther away from the people they’ve come to know and love.

This 20-minute short film was the solution to the explanation that Vin Diesel owed to his fans after he went missing for two movies. The movie is set after the Tokyo Drift and answers a lot many questions.. Where had Dom been all this while? And where was Han before Tokyo? How do they both know each other?

Here’s the video.. Do check it out!

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They are damn fast! Fast and Furious 7 release date announced

Yeah, I know you all are waiting for the sixth installment of the Fast and Furious series to hit the theatres and here I am talking about the seventh installment already!

Fast and Furious 6 - The Cast
Fast and Furious 6 – The Cast

Nope, neither am I drunk nor is there any typo in the heading. While Fast and Furious 6 is going to hit the big screens in India on May 24, 2013, the release date for the seventh installment has already been announced! God they are so fast! 😀

Universal has confirmed at the CinemaCon, that the next movie will the biggest one among them all and will release on July 14, 2014 (mark that date on your calendar!!). This edition will be directed by James Wan, with Neal Moritz and Vin Diesel returning as producers.

So the sixth edition will definitely leave us with something to anticipate and hold onto until the next one releases!

You can catch the trailers of Fast and Furious 6 here if you haven’t already (or even if you might wanna see them once again! 😉 )
Fast and Furious 6 – Official Trailer

Fast and Furious 6 – Extended Trailer

In case you are not from India, The release dates for your countries may be available at the Official Website 🙂

Eagerly waiting for May 24, 2013 for an awesome visual CAR treat!! 😀 (Will post a review of the same if get to!)

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Cars 2 (Movie)

Cars 2, the sequel to the movie Cars, which released in 2011, 5 years after the first, is another successful Car based computer-animated movie..


Lightning McQueen has now become a Four-time Piston Cup Champion. He returns to Radiator Springs and reunites with his friends, the tow truck Mater and his girlfriend Sally Carrera(based on a Porsche Carrera).

McQueen and Mater take their friendship to a new level, as they go to Tokyo, Japan to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix to determine the world’s fastest car. McQueen is challenged for this cross-country race by Francesco Bernoulli(based on a modern Formula race car), an Italian Formula Race Car.


While McQueen is busy racing against Fracncesco, Mater ends up to become an undercover agent with British spy Finn McMissile(based on several different cars, largely a an Aston Martin DB5) and his partner Holley Shiftwell(based on a Jaguar XJR-15) and work together to unveil the truth behind the race.



Beautiful renderings of the Cars in this movie.. More cars than in the previous movie.. And really beautiful picturesque locations have been animated in this movie such as London, Paris, Tokyo and Italy..

Cars (Movie)

Cars, one of the finest computer-animated comedy-adventure movie based on Cars produced by Disney PIXAR..


Lightning McQueen, the lead character of this film is a Car based on a generic NASCAR vehicle, design influences from the Mazda Miata and Dodge Viper. Later in the film, he is painted much like the Chevrolet Corvette C1.



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