Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari

  • Director: James Mangold
  • Writer: Jez Butterworth,John-Henry Butterworth,Jason Kelle
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Italian, French, Japanese
  • Release date: November 15, 2019
  • Runtime: 2h 32min
  • Sound mix: Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1
  • Also known as: Ford Versus Ferrari
  • "Ford v. Ferrari" is a biopic directed by James Allen Mangold and starring Christian Charles Philip Bale and Matt Damon . It was released in the United States on November 15, 2019   , and in mainland China on August 7, 2020   .
    The film is adapted from the documentary novel "Driving in Hell: Ford, Ferrari and Le Mans Endurance Race". It tells the story of Henry Ford II, genius entrepreneur Iacocca and racing champion Miles and engineer Carroll running Ford. The story of the dream sports car Ford GT40 and the final with Ferrari at the Le Mans circuit   .


    • Release date November 15, 2019
    • Filming locations Savannah, Georgia, USA
    • Production companies Chernin Entertainment, TSG Entertainment, Turnpike Films

    Box office


    $97,600,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


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    • By Evelyn 2022-06-28 07:25:42

      Ford V Ferrari--Cool Racing Experience

      An extremely stable biographical narrative, from beginning to end, all in one go. All the renderings and depictions serve the integration of the audience and the racing car, stepping on the gear, shifting, accelerator, braking, steering, puzzled by the charm of the manual transmission after getting the driver's license, and then driving a lot of automatic transmissions during the...

    • By Marcia 2022-06-24 13:22:03

      Ford V Ferrari--Super Cool Engine Sound

      Belmada's acting is superb and fast-paced, and the movie opens with Carroll Shelby fully in the game. The humming engine sound is super cool. I love listening to the sound of the car engine accelerating slowly and then going fast. Wow! That's how cool it is! In order to achieve the real feeling of driving a convertible racing car, the film first added the sound of the vehicle running at high speed and the engine, and then the sound was weakened, and then there was a strong wind sound, which...

    • By Hester 2022-04-23 07:01:24

      Speed ​​King

      Speed ​​King World Formula One Championship (F1), World Rally Championship (WRC), Le Mans 24 Hours Endurance Race and known as the world's three major car races Among them, Le Mans has the longest history, starting in 1923, F1 is 1950 , WRC 1973. Let's talk about the beginning of the movie, Shelby (Matt. Damon) drove the car to the end of the Le Mans track, and began to introduce the brutal, 24-hour race at Le Mans. Racing is just the body flying in time and space (Shelby) Ken Miles played...

    • By Jazlyn 2022-04-23 07:01:24

      "The King of Speed"

      Because car sales are so low, and the 65-year-old company will have to be shut down without drastic innovation. So, in order to innovate a bit and appeal to the younger generation, Ford plans to get into racing. The first step they are currently taking is to take over the number one but bankrupt Ferrari racing company Matt Damon. One of the best racing drivers of his day, he is now retired and working as a car dealer and car designer, but There are financial problems. Compared to Brad Pitt,...

    • By Karina 2022-04-23 07:01:24

      Ferrari still wins

      It was over two hours long and was read twice. This type of film tells the story of a certain profession. I privately classify it as a "professional" film. For example, this film is about racing cars. As a layman, I just watch the excitement, the structure and speed of those cars. I don't understand it at all, just focus on the plot. Another example is "Free Solo" (Free Solo), which records the conquering road of free-hand rock climber Alex Honnold. I don't know what rock...

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    • By Declan 2023-03-10 07:34:11

      This is Fast and...

    • By Skyla 2023-02-13 02:04:17

      It is not easy to maintain the purity of competitive sports under the coercion of capital, especially the scheduling of racing scenes is bloody, and the 24-hour rally also provides changeable environmental factors. A rainy night makes a difference in the sense of speed. In the daytime feeling, the most moving thing is that Miles has no regrets in this life when he is in a state of no one after accelerating, and the helplessness when he relaxes the steering wheel and slows down. Bell's acting...

    • By Georgianna 2022-12-20 02:10:39

      Dumb & Bell. 080720 is on the theater line. It's like an eternity....

    • By Antonina 2022-12-15 20:29:07

      Cardiovascular expansion! 7000+ rpm, play your life! The best racing movie since "It's Hurry Up." Belmada's acting is superb, the rhythm is fast, and more than two hours doesn't feel long at all... Do you know what money can't buy? A pure...

    • By Carmela 2022-12-15 11:15:01

      The most interesting thing about this film for me is the contempt, intervention and destruction of sports and competitive spirit by mall politics. It turns out that it is not just us here. It is true that the internal enemy is more difficult to defeat than external opponents. Our real enemies often come from within. In addition to racing cars, this movie can output such expressions, which is commendable. As the two "speed", Howard's "speed" is a two-hero play, and its value is based on the...

    Movie plot

    Carroll is an American race car driver, after being forced to retire due to health problems, he switched to car manufacturing and sales. Ford Motor Company, led by Henry Ford II, was rejected when it talked to the Italian car manufacturer Enzo Ferrari’s Ferrari company for mergers and acquisitions, so Ford decided to undertake a more expensive and ambitious plan at the annual Le Mans in France. In the 24-hour endurance race, it...
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    Evaluation action

    Director James Mangold did not put too much pen on the game itself, but placed the confrontation between Ford and Ferrari in the perspective of Miles and Carroll. The screenwriters of the film construct the story in a way that attracts the audience to take care of the characters, not just about the ranking of the competition, and they are very clever in narrating the plot of the story. Matt Damon is the mainstay of the film. The role...
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    Movie quotes

    • [Miles and Peter enter the showroom to look at the new Ford Mustang]

      Peter Miles: Whoa. Dad, look at that. Hah. The Ford Mustang. What do you think?

      [Miles looks around the Mustang]

      Ken Miles: I think it's a secretary's car.

      Peter Miles: I like it.

      [Peter opens the passenger door and looks at the interior, alarming Beebe]

      Leo Beebe: Oh. Excu... Excuse me. Would you, would you not do that?

      Peter Miles: Oh. Sorry.

      [Peter closes the door as Miles looks at Beebe]

      Leo Beebe: Oh, er, is this, is this your son?

      Ken Miles: Yes, it is.

      Leo Beebe: Would you ask him to keep his hands off the paintwork?

      [Peter takes his hand off the roof]

      Ken Miles: No, no, no, Peter, You're okay.

      [looking at Beebe]

      Ken Miles: Who are you?

      Leo Beebe: Leo Beebe, Senior Executive Vice President, Ford Motor Company.

      Ken Miles: Ah.

      Leo Beebe: I'm responsible for the launch of the Mustang.

      Ken Miles: Ah! At least now we know who's responsible. Don't get me wrong, Lenny.

      Leo Beebe: Leo.

      Ken Miles: It looks fantastic. But inside, it's a lump of lard, dressed up to fool the public. My advice is, lose the inline-six and that idiotic three-speed, shorten the wheelbase, somehow lose half a ton, and lower the price.

      Peter Miles: Dad.

      Ken Miles: But even then, I'd still choose a Chevy Chevelle. And that's a fucking terrible car.

    • Carroll Shelby: Thank you. Well, if my daddy was here today, he'd tell me to sit on down and leave the yakking to the college boys so, like my cars, I'll make this fast. When I was 10 years old, Pops said to me, 'Son, it's a truly lucky man who knows what he wants to do in this world. 'Cause that man will never work a day in his life.' But there are a few, a precious few, and, hell, I don't know if they're lucky or not. But there are a few people who find something they have to do. Something obsesses 'em. Something that if they can't do it, it's gonna drive them clean out of their mind. I'm that guy. And I know one other man feels exactly the same. His name...


      Carroll Shelby: His name is Mr. Henry Ford.

      [applause from the crowd while Miles looks in disappointment]

      Carroll Shelby: And together, we're gonna build the fastest automobiles in the world.


      Carroll Shelby: And we're gonna make history too, at Le Mans.

      [applause, as Miles and Peter leave the event]

      Carroll Shelby: My name is Carroll Shelby. I build race cars.

    • [Shelby enters his office. Remington walks in]

      Phil Remington: Hey, Shel. That guy, you know the one in the hat, he's ready to close on those two 427s. His and hers. Full freight. They, uh, flew in from Galveston.

      Carroll Shelby: Uh-huh.

      Phil Remington: Uh, I need you to come outside for maybe a minute.

      Carroll Shelby: And do what?

      Phil Remington: Be Carroll Shelby. Tell them a story, spin a few magic words.

      Carroll Shelby: What does that mean? 'Magic words'?

      Phil Remington: It means... come outside and say hello and make them feel good about their purchase.

      Carroll Shelby: They're getting the damn cars. That's what they get for their money, Phil. Now, either they want 'em or they don't. Am I some kind of a lounge act?

      Phil Remington: No.

      Carroll Shelby: Am I here to talk people into things?


      Phil Remington: It's been six months, Shel. Six months.

      [Shelby sighs as Remington walks away]

      Phil Remington: Sometimes, they don't get out of the car.