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The Chase, Movie, 1994 IMDB

Pictures provided by: antp, CarChasesFanatic, MisterZ, mike962, Forrest Lesak

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Also known as:

  • Con la poli en los talones (Spain)
  • Ŕ toute allure (France)
  • Sesso e fuga con l'ostaggio (Italy)

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qwerty_86 US

2006-06-03 07:06

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Frozen bodies. Gotta love the name on the side of the truck.

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-06-03 08:05

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Frozen bodies part reminded me the second chase of BB2...

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-05-19 19:29

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An Alfa Spider, too background sadly, and a SAAB 900 for Antoine.
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mike962 DE

2013-10-03 19:43

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highly underrated movie, one of my favorites !! like the satire in it and the BMW of course :D

MisterZ AU

2014-06-17 19:29

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Mod: the aspect ratio of the images from this movie is incorrect. I was the one who uploaded these HD shots, but I know they weren't like this when I uploaded them. What happened?

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antp BE

2014-06-18 17:13

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They seem fine to me

MisterZ AU

2014-06-18 22:34

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See here:

Current vs. resized:

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On the left, you can see the image is clearly stretched vertically.

antp BE

2014-06-19 17:12

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The difference is small though
Either you or the admin who replaced the pics had a new size forced from a previous upload
Do you still have the original pics?

mike962 DE

2014-06-19 17:16

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antp wrote The difference is small though

better to resize this cos later they will probably be replaced anyway when it will be released on Blu Ray

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antp BE

2014-06-19 17:33

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"Better to resize because they will be replaced" ? I do not get the logic behind that :??:

mike962 DE

2014-06-19 17:36

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if he doesn't have the screen grabs anymore, it's rather pointless to redo the whole movie , so better resize the current ones before the eventual HD ones

antp BE

2014-06-19 17:48

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If I asked him if he had the pics, it is to prevent a second resize on the pics, which lowers the quality.

MisterZ AU

2014-06-19 18:32

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Unfortunately I don't have the grabs anymore on my PC. Anyway, these are already in HD, so if the movie comes out on Blu-ray what difference will that make?

antp BE

2014-06-20 15:06

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With proper ratio images could be a little wider though.
I'll do the resize on the server, compressing a little less than what is done when uploading.

MisterZ AU

2014-07-28 14:12

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@antp - the images still haven't been resized to the proper ratio?

antp BE

2014-07-28 15:08

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No, it is still on my to do list

antp BE

2014-07-31 18:02

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Done

MisterZ AU

2014-08-02 02:19

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antp wrote Done


Okay, thanks, but how were you able to make the images larger? I assumed that you would correct the ratio by reducing the size slightly, not increasing it. This means the quality is reduced?

antp BE

2014-08-04 17:00

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It does not change much anyway, a few more pixels in width or a few less in height

mike962 DE

2016-07-20 21:17

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Henry Rollins about making of this movie




Quote Rollins says that at one point during production of “The Chase” the producers decided to film part of a car chase in actual Houston rush hour traffic without clearance or license to do so with stunt drivers filling in for Sheen and Rollins doing real driving.

chase2Twenty-two years later Rollins is still amazed that no one was killed. It could have ended badly for everyone.

“We are ripping something like 70-something-miles-an-hour in rush hour traffic,” he says. “It was insanity on a stick.”

Houston drivers had no way of knowing that they were unwittingly playing a part in a Hollywood movie unless they were to notice that the police cruiser Rollins was driving had Newport Beach markings on the side.

“To this day I hate what I did but we were young and dumb,” Rollins says. The amount of money needed to shut off actual roadways would have taken up much of the budget for the small-budget movie.


Link to "blog.chron.com"

-- Last edit: 2017-03-31 20:22:52

mike962 DE

2017-03-31 20:22

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a very cool song at the end of this movie :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSUymImahu0

-- Last edit: 2017-03-31 20:23:11

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