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"It's About Psychology and Steering"
on September 11, 2010
...Andrew Walker tells the hot blonde he's teaching how to drift for the first time. I watch Andrew Walker's movies because he seems to have such great potential (possibly this young actor's greatest achievement to date is his role in Steel Toes). His accent always gives away the secret that he is Canadian, the maple leaf part of his tattoo always inked out depending on the relevance of the film he's doing. This movie has lots of gorgeous people in it, good music, some drama, some humor, cool stunts that include cars flying through the air and inexplicably crashing through brick and cement walls, a decent well-choreographed fight scene, topless girls, and lots of over-the-top racing action. It is a light movie, not too serious (although some bad guys do get shot and one loses his hand in a race) with a goofy easy happy ending. The film editing perhaps would appeal more to teenage boys by the transition of each scene being brought on by a flaming wheel with NASCAR-esque sound effects, but it was a fun movie to watch if you're in the mood for a light European action flick with an easy storyline. If it were a book I'd say "It's an easy read." Andrew Walker does have great potential and is so nice to look at, and I would love to see him in something with more weight to it. We'll have to wait and see.