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The BMW 5-Series (E39 chassis) was introduced in the United States as a 1997 model year car and lasted until the 2004 when the E60 chassis was released. The United States saw several variations including the 525i, 528i, 530i and 540i. -- View the E39 Wiki

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Old 10-16-2016, 11:35 AM
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Ah, the return of the 540i. But now it's a 6 cylinder... ugh. It is pretty funny how they're already onto G. BMW (along with many other car makers) is not what they used to be.
There's also going to be a 550i but with the 540i's 4.8 sec 0-60 mph dispatch time, I'd definitely not complain about the cylinder count...
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There's also going to be a 550i but with the 540i's 4.8 sec 0-60 mph dispatch time, I'd definitely not complain about the cylinder count...
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SPOILER ALERT!! (if you've never watched STAR)


Guy Ritchie probably shot it that way in order to make everyone ponder if she actually pi$$ed her pants. More than likely it's the spilt coffee....but as she tumbles out of the car...she notices the "embarrassing" wet spot...as well as all of the spectators/fans/photographers standing along the red carpet...which have no clue that she had placed a cup of coffee between her legs earlier. All they see is a wet spot in her crotch area...which is paparazzi gold!

If I ever get a chance to met Guy Ritchie...it would be a question I'd ask him to clarify.
There's another aspect to consider, too - all the photographers take pictures of her eyes! From the first couple of lines of the film, "it's rare to actually see those eyes."
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Interesting film. Different but still good.
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I enjoyed it. Plot is weak, but who cares. The car is the star.
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I enjoyed it. Plot is weak, but who cares. The car is the star.
Well, none of them had the strongest plots. And the vehicle was good but it felt a lot like season 2: more statement and less showing what the vehicle can do. The first season was filled with vehicle performance (turns, stops, etc) whereas this (and season 2) focused (to me) on the quiet ride, linear acceleration, and what is "right" (I guess human cloning is acceptable to BMW?). Gets the vehicle to 94 at one point and weaves in traffic but nothing like before.

Definitely enjoyable though.
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I give it 2 thumbs up. It reminded me of the original films Ambush, Chosen, Star, and Powder Keg:

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Well, none of them had the strongest plots. And the vehicle was good but it felt a lot like season 2: more statement and less showing what the vehicle can do. The first season was filled with vehicle performance (turns, stops, etc) whereas this (and season 2) focused (to me) on the quiet ride, linear acceleration, and what is "right" (I guess human cloning is acceptable to BMW?). Gets the vehicle to 94 at one point and weaves in traffic but nothing like before.

Definitely enjoyable though.
I don't know. Pulling a helicopter down while in reverse seems to me to be quite a demonstration. By plot being weak, I referred to the the high degree of suspension of belief to get into it; like the idea that there was human cloning and the clone was kept in raggedy conditions instead of a sterile pristine lab, like the billions of dollars it cost were nothing; like memory gets cloned (this is the one I had the most trouble with). I enjoy science fiction but it everything around it has to be logically consistent and make sense. Must be the cousin to my inner OCD mechanic.

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I don't know. Pulling a helicopter down while in reverse seems to me to be quite a demonstration. By plot being weak, I referred to the the high degree of suspension of belief to get into it; like the idea that there was human cloning and the clone was kept in raggedy conditions instead of a sterile pristine lab, like the billions of dollars it cost were nothing; like memory gets cloned (this is the one I had the most trouble with). I enjoy science fiction but it everything around it has to be logically consistent and make sense. Must be the cousin to my inner OCD mechanic.
Lol! I am willing to forgive the story line issues (cloning specifics) as that is difficult in true movies (why doesn't anyone rember the droids in Star Wars?) but some of the other things not so much. Granted, in films if a car crashes there is a 97% chance of explosion/flames. Whatever. But for the helicopter the security team was clearly trying to lift/stop the vehicle. The pilot would have stopped it if it was questionable or not possible (at least in my experience). So ignoring the actual helicopter used (Thomas Crown Affair remake anyone?) the hook wouldn't have been used OR the vehicle would have been off the ground.

But it was pretty badass.

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My view on the flick is pretty much in line with previous views here but what about the CAR.....?
IMO it's a predictable evolution of the series, headlights have touched the grille following the example of the current 3 series and 7. The side profile is essentially the 7 in smaller scale.
Bmw have played it safe this time round, AKA not doing another E60!
I do like it BUT it's too big for my needs, for me the F30 is the perfect size car.

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Old 10-24-2016, 08:18 AM
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I like it (good lines, decent evolution like Dio///M says) but it doesn't stir my soul like the E39/38.
And now that you mention it, will need to rewatch but is it automatic with paddles or manual?
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I like it (good lines, decent evolution like Dio///M says) but it doesn't stir my soul like the E39/38.
And now that you mention it, will need to rewatch but is it automatic with paddles or manual?
It's most definitely an auto. The dash says "M4" at one point, when the transmission is in "manual, 4th gear".
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I don't know. Pulling a helicopter down while in reverse seems to me to be quite a demonstration. By plot being weak, I referred to the the high degree of suspension of belief to get into it; like the idea that there was human cloning and the clone was kept in raggedy conditions instead of a sterile pristine lab, like the billions of dollars it cost were nothing; like memory gets cloned (this is the one I had the most trouble with). I enjoy science fiction but it everything around it has to be logically consistent and make sense. Must be the cousin to my inner OCD mechanic.
The helicopter yank-down was really the only one where I thought, ok, that's not possible. First things first, if the chopper could have lifted the car to begin with (why attach it otherwise), there is no way that the car could out-pull it, especially with the tires spinning.

Same with "Ticker", when the Z4's donuts throw up enough dust to make the chopper crash.

Everything else, though, fits with the mantra of the original series. The concept of cloning is, honestly, not that far-fetched; at least, no further than "Chosen" or "Ticker."
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The actual helicopter crash was pretty awesome! They actually crashed it!

I also like the fact that they left us with questions. The original films didn't really do that at all; rather, they cleaned up the endings and stories pretty well.
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OK. so what about the car. It's starting to look a lot like a Mercedes to me - possibly even the last generation of them. Am I imagining things?
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OK. so what about the car. It's starting to look a lot like a Mercedes to me - possibly even the last generation of them. Am I imagining things?
I can see a resemblance but most vehicles these days look the same to me (less badging).
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How would you explain the bullet holes to the insurance company? "Ummm... a tree fell on it?!". Lol
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OK. so what about the car. It's starting to look a lot like a Mercedes to me - possibly even the last generation of them. Am I imagining things?
Yeah, I see what you mean. The luxury brands, in particular, are losing originality. Everything is all curvy and covered in LEDs. Sure, they look nice, but when a Hyundai (or Genesis, now) looks so strikingly similar to a Mercedes, you know someone needs to step up their game. Something simpler would be nice... I hate seeing all of the driver assists and entertainment features.
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How would you explain the bullet holes to the insurance company? "Ummm... a tree fell on it?!". Lol
"It was a very pointy tree."
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"It was a very pointy tree."
I am going to go ahead and say: if you are using insurance in that line of work, you are doing it wrong. I would guess the prices charged would cover the vehicle repair/replacement. Either a DIY or "trusted repair shop".
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Another awesome short movie by bmwfilms!

these films will go down in history as the most innovative, cutting edge, ground breaking, product placement advertising ever produced.
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Not bad. I'll have to watch it again at home. Cant crank up the volume at work.

What I don't get is out of all the movies they only used 1 M car. Yes it is obviously the best M car every made. But still shouldn't the "driver" have an M5?

Side note: one of the reasons I have a silver E39 M5 in my garage is because of the M5 movie.

And about the helicopter part - If he is hover and the car all of a sudden pulled him, he probably would crash. Considering how low he was. helicopters use an enormous amount of power just to hover let alone vertical climb.
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And about the helicopter part - If he is hover and the car all of a sudden pulled him, he probably would crash. Considering how low he was. helicopters use an enormous amount of power just to hover let alone vertical climb.
Granted but again the pilot would know that and if the aim was to stop/lift the vehicle then the pilot would have begun to climb to at least prevent the hover issue.
But guess I will chalk that one to pilot error for suspension of disbelief purposes.
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Whoa, that's some good Kool-Aid!

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How would you explain the bullet holes to the insurance company? "Ummm... a tree fell on it?!". Lol
Would be hard to explain...without possibly getting Homeland Security involved.

When I saw the bullet riddled G30 5 series at the end of the movie...I thought it was homage to the 1st BMW movie "Ambush" where the client (the diamond dealer) exits the vehicle to retrieve his case from the trunk (bullet riddled), then you see the hood (also bullet riddled)...then as Clive does a u-turn to leave...you see how badly the e38 was smashed up.

At least in this new movie...the G30 wasn't as badly damaged as the e38 was back in 2001.








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