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Director James Mangold has spent a substantial amount of time on comic book-inspired cinema in recent years, finding success with 2013’s “The Wolverine” and 2017’s “Logan,” which also represented a special kind of victory, managing to turn a hard R-rated superhero endeavor into a major hit. While “Ford v Ferrari” returns Mangold to reality, approaching the story behind the 1966 Le Mans race, it also keeps him in the realm of super-powered people, dealing with larger-than-life personalities and their roaring automobiles, communicating a sense of scale that rivals most MCU or DCEU productions. “Ford v Ferrari” isn’t built for nuance, Mangold wants a full-throttle viewing experience with broad highs and lows instead, achieving a major crowd-pleaser that’s packed with amazing actors and brought to life with extraordinary technical skill. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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