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Revenge of the Car

‘Revenge’ is that rare a snapshot of a major industry on its way to a tipping point. a slick, valentine to a retooling industry.

GOLD, NEW YORK TIMES PICK)

A entertaining roller ride. well shot and paced (with) genuine drama. Wall Street want to take notice of how tides can change.

MINDY LOS ANGELES TIMES

Sleekly with excellent mileage, is a balm for beaten down A conversion narrative in several interlocking parts, ‘Revenge’ the story of that rare when the bottom line dovetails with the greater

MICHELLE ORANGE, VILLAGE

Slick and beautifully photographed. a movie for anyone interested in

CHRIS WOODYARD, USA TODAY

and highly entertaining— with an cast of characters. ‘Revenge’ is like Paine’s first turned upside down, and access to the inner workings of GM, and Silicon Valley start-up Motors.

ANDREW O’HEHIR,

If Revenge is sweet, Chris should be on a sugar high lovingly chronicles the return of cars. It profiles four EV each navigating separate which they hope lead to production and ultimately Their stories are skillfully together, each presented in own voice.

SCOTT SHULMAN, ABC NEWS

If you ‘Who Killed the Electric you’ll love this everything the first one was, but it’s better filmed, more behind the scenes to key players, the main protagonists are interesting Go see this movie!

GRAHAM RICHARD, TREEHUGGER.COM

An and dramatic story that the debate about melting ice at risk polar bears, South Sea islands and pending devastation as it revs up the audience its high-powered cast of characters all to invent the future.

MICHAEL HUFFINGTON POST

The strength of lies in its storytelling. The film’s character-driven narrative humanizes entities that (Paine) portrayed as monolithic, making a business story more for its intimacy The stakes are staggeringly We get the idea that building cars isn’t merely an act of or social significance, it’s a risky endeavor demanding devotion.

MIKE SPINELLI,

Fascinating. a hugely entertaining (Revenge) makes for a refreshing and very effective change of compared with the strident, approach so often employed by documentaries. Even the most global warming deniers are apt to themselves rooting for this group of risk-takers who may well be the long delayed transition oil reliance to new technology

FRANK THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Riveting. entertaining. With unprecedented access, Paine presents a that is less an environmental that a portrait of the automotive as it seeks to catch up with the century. (Revenge) boasts the cast of quirky, compelling at Tribeca.”

JOHN LOPEZ, FAIR

One of the best films at this follow-up to 2006’s Who the Electric Car? is distinguished by its access to GM’s Bob Lutz, Carlos Ghosn, and Tesla’s Musk three colorful who might just save the

JULIAN SANCTON, ESQUIRE

functions as both a victory and a mending of fences

MICHAEL WALL STREET JOURNAL

by Tim Robbins with a spiffy and swift editing tricks to the narrative flow alive, is a continually watchable breakdown of the car’s imminent return to the which it successfully presents as an prospect. The mission of the sequel from the first entry and keeps running with no efficiency than the late

ERIC KOHN, INDIEWIRE

worthy of a wide audience. chronicles a torturous but most change in the thinking of American finally forced to seek as they face stunning choices. We are all living with the of our addiction to gas guzzlers.

And with gas soaring again, the film’s is a particularly timely one.

WAXMAN, THE WRAP

“Paine has extraordinary access to the automotive movers and shakers, sitting in on secret strategy sessions and initial public offering. As in Killed ?’, lenser Waddleigh’s eye for texture and composition, Peterson’s jazzy

editing and dramatic music/image sync for a seductive package”

RONNIE VARIETY

Shaped almost the Space Race. with GM and Nissan competing to see who can put out the first electric car

MARLOW STERN, THE BEAST

A fascinating and revealing of an industry at a crossroads of failure and an exceptional re-direction of the director’s and interests. I’m impressed and excited at how much Chris has improved as a filmmaker and delighted he takes us to a whole new place his follow-up film

CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL, SPOUT.COM

impressive feat. Paine receive a pat on the back for juggling the narratives of four men. as much a story of business and technological innovation as it’s the of plastic on four wheels.”

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HIEBERT, THE DAILY

Irresistible. a and captivating documentary. Paine remarkable access to his subjects. of the Electric Car

is less polemic an exploration of triumph over yes, even when of the four main subjects are That’s how convincing a movie is.

KATEY RICH, CINEMA

Generates real suspense and stakes. Paine’s new film is about full-throated advocacy and about good, solid storytelling. The three men that the focus of his film — Bob Lutz, Tesla’s Elon and Nissan’s smart and confident Carlos Ghosn — are and fascinating individuals.

JASON DVDTALK

“Revenge” is sweet, eco-friendly Director Chris Paine follows all the players (and) a fair and balanced portrayal of man. While ‘Who the Electric Car ?’ felt the final nail in the zero-emissions ‘Revenge’ offers some of a greener future”

STEVEN YAHOO MOVIES


“A and in-depth visual car lecture for the environmental skeptics and lovers. The opening credit sequence is cool so make sure not late !”

ALEX DI MOVIEBUZZERS.COM

“An engaging at the progress electric cars made over the last few and the unlikely corporate leaders are pushing EVs into the mainstream”

MERCHANT, TREEHUGGER.COM

The film onto the screen with a that is equal parts recap and juicy palace “Revenge” is a fantastic and eye-opening for anyone who ever wondered why never seems to come enough.

D. INDALECIO GUZMAN,

Another excellent look at the a rabble-rousing but informative and hopeful at how we’re finding a way

around once seemed an intractable

RANDEE DAWN, MOVING

Brilliant. Revenge is the inspiring of titans racing to get their car out first. One of the most interesting and documentaries I have ever We don’t rate our movies thumbs on this site, but my thumbs here

are way way up !

MATT THE MOVIE BANTER

“Informative and ‘Revenge’ is probably the most depiction of corporate and entrepreneurial seen in a documentary since who when. As a result, Paine probably spread the electric car to previously unreceptive audiences. The fairness Paine brings to on an industry he formerly excoriated is remarkable.”

JOE BENDEL, LIBERTAS MAGAZINE

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