Yeah, the four-wheeled machines are the big draw, but it doesn't mean anything if there's nothing to hang it on.
Goss, for one, is confident that there's a decent story to tell here.
The star told us: "I read the script and said, 'I think we've got a better movie here."
"Yeah, there's driving and fighting, but there's drama, too. It's character dependent."
Sean Bean has also extolled the virtue of the film's script, claiming it's about the dynamics of power as much as it's about burning rubber.
So, will this be an action movie with brains? You can find out when it hits DVD and Blu-ray on 27 December.
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Jan 14th 2011, 13:12
Page 2 and already some ridiculous errors... 'David' Carradine played Frankenstein, and he WASN'T disfigured, he just wore a mask that made it look like he was. Him taking the mask off is pretty big scene in the film!
If that was a Paul WS Anderson quote then shame on him
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