Grand Prix
Grand Prix (1966)

There's a few million dollars' worth of star power and a nickel's worth of plot in the lavish race-car melodrama Grand Prix. Among the participants in this annual cross-continent competition are characters played by James… More

Rated: PG
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Release Date: December 21, 1966
DVD Release Date: July 11, 2006
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Tim Brayton
Alternate Ending

Turns a high-speed death-defying stunt into a collection of beautiful pictures assembled with visceral effectiveness,.

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Walter Chaw
Film Freak Central

this idea that while anything's possible through technology, the debt of that ambition is paid out in blood.

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Christopher Null

The story alone is enough to almost make you become interested in auto racing.

Dennis Schwartz
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A decent formula motor racing film.

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Peter Canavese
Groucho Reviews

Yes, the driving scenes dazzle, but Frankenheimer also embeds his 1966 Cinerama epic with some interesting commentary about risk-taking professions in general and the Formula One driver in particular. [Blu-ray]

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Chuck O'Leary

Four decades later, John Frankenheimer's Grand Prix remains the best film ever made about professional auto racing.

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Roger Moore
Tribune News Service

Still dazzling, and the movie Ron Howard's "Rush" is sure to be measured against.

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John J. Puccio
Movie Metropolis

Despite its melodramatic glimpses into the drivers' private lives, the racing sequences more than make up for the deficiencies.

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El Hombre Invisible
As the showpiece film for Formula One, Grand Prix is a cult favorite in the racing community. The racing sequences are tremendously exciting, shot from inside,… More
Chris Browning
Grand Prix is considered one of the greatest films made about professional auto racing, mainly due to it's numerous camera angles, a variety of different… More
cody franklin
Frankenheimer sure knows how to shoot a car chase.Great looking film with spectacular races. The plot is ok. I miss SuperPanavision!

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