Speed Racer

Speed Racer
Speed Racer

Year

2008

Duration

129 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Family, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

Bright and colourful movie about a young driver - who is actually called Speed Racer - in a shiny future world. Speed's big brother has died in a crash, leaving Speed as his family team's star driver. Then Speed himself gets a tempting offer from a billionaire. Will he stay true to the family's ideals, or join their evil corporate rivals? The film uses real actors, but the world they live in is entirely computer-animated.

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PG Classification

This film has several uses of moderate bad language, moderate fantasy violence and martial arts sequences.

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