Randall "Memphis" Raines loved cars so much that he felt the cars wanted him to steal them. But he got smart, turned over a new leaf and stayed on the right side of the law. He even got employed teaching kids how to race go-carts. Then his brother botched a job stealing a Porsche, and suddenly Memphis must turn back to his old car-thieving life to save his brother's life. What happens next is where the thrills and chills keep you glued to your seat. Remember it all and see if you can complete this quiz in 60 seconds. Oh heck, we'll even give you a few minutes more. Do it now; time is ticking.
The payment for his brother's life was costly, 50 cars needed to be stolen in one night. And he couldn't do it alone. Getting a crew together, Otto, Donny, and Sphinx was easy, compared to talking Sway into helping him. Do you remember these captivating characters or do you only remember the feel of adrenaline pumping through you as you watched each car being boosted? Ready to rule the road? Be sure to listen to the song "Low Rider" before starting your engine. Take the quiz now.
Memphis teaches _________ how to race go-carts?
"Control, vision, determination" is what Memphis tries to teach the kids as he believes those three words are the fundamental components of the new generation of race car drivers.
When Memphis calls Donny to ask him to join the crew, Donny immediately says "Yes," as he is currently working as a ______?
School bus driver
Driver's Ed Teacher
Donny's blunt evaluation of his unskilled student driver, Jenny, causes her to start crying. Donny leaves the vehicle and tells Jenny to drive around the block a few times. She immediately backs up into a car.
In 1974, the original 'Gone in 60 Seconds' was a movie about car thieves and insurance investigators. The original writer/director/star H.B. Halicki has credit as a screenwriter on the Nicolas Cage remake.
Eleanor is car number 50. In order to get the car to the pier on time, Memphis has to jump the car over a ________?
There's a traffic pileup on the Vincent Thomas Bridge, a 1,500-foot-long (460 m) suspension bridge crossing the Los Angeles Harbor that's featured in both the 1974 and 2000 versions of 'Gone in 60 Seconds.'