Ferrari Review: Fast Cars, High Drama, Cold Heart

Ferrari

This movie tells the story of Enzo Ferrari, the man behind the super-speedy cars.

Here’s the deal

Enzo is having a tough time in 1957: his business is struggling, his racing team is a mess, and there’s a lot of drama going on within his family.

He really likes to be in charge, managing everything from business deals to how his wife feels.

But life throws some nasty curveballs, reminding him that nobody controls everything, not even racing.

The film portrays how his love for racing impacts those close to him, sometimes causing problems.

Think of it like this

It’s not just about fast cars, it’s about a powerful guy who pushes himself and everyone around him to the limit.

It’s kinda dark, showing the price people pay for Enzo’s success.

Adam Driver plays Enzo, and he makes him a character you might admire, but maybe not like so much.

Adam Driver plays Enzo, and he makes him a character you might admire, but maybe not like so much.

So, should you watch it?

If you like stories about driven people and the dark side of ambition, go for it.

If you want a movie with constant fast action, you might want to pick a different one.

P.S. There are some pretty intense racing scenes, so be warned!