Rush Review | LRA

LRA writes:

The rivalry between Hunt and Lauda, known as the "racing grudge match of the decade" during the 1970's, is one of those stories that inspires while also calling into question the mentality of those select few who not only have the ability to race in such a sport as Formula 1, but do so knowing they have a 20% chance of dying each time they get behind the wheel. That is the film's (and Howard's) triumph with Rush, how it depicts these two mighty egos and how their fates became intertwined due to their shared love for the sport as well as how their many successes were a direct result of their battles both on and off the track.

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