25 Movies Where You Can Really Have Seen Ford Club
I don’t know what about you, but am well-assured about myself. Now I have to admit that I am an old trash movie fan because of a huge amount of little revival movie houses. I do like old Eighties and Nineties movies, the mysterious darkness and the silhouettes of strangers against the screen (I am not quite sure about the last as well).
You buy a big Coke (keep your Diet one to yourself!) and a bucket of popcorn, drowned in fat and salt, and watch all that trash like a zombie pursuit or Cops VS Drug dealers on the screen. It is my old ritual, a rare harmony of thoughts and feelings. I have seen tons of such stuff, so I would like to ask you a question. Do you know what do such movies as The Casino Royale, Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, TRON and The Hitman have in common? Have you any ideas?
The story goes back a long way. Speaking about the types of automobiles, it is necessary to note that the wagon car type is considered to be the most practical one. Different wagon versions have as usual several distinctive features, such as long roofs, spacious cabins and optional rear seats as well. In fact, almost all manufacturers presented such type as a wagon in their model lineups. Wagons were suggested to be used as family cars, so no wonder why this automobile type is strongly associated with the spirit of epoch since the forties up to the nineties. By the way, the right answer to my riddle is Ford Club Wagon.
And I find a funny thing. Wagon can be seen in a plenty of movies, including Addams Family Values, Miami Beach Cops or My Fellow Americans lastly. What do we learn from that? Ford Club must be a devilish good thing!