Worried that your movie isn’t going to be huge? Certain that it’s lacking in award-worthiness? Release it in the spring! Here’s the movies with a Nascar angle:
Cinderella—A.J. Allmendinger attempts to qualify for the Chase (the feel-good part), then compete for the Cup championship (the tragic part).
Run All Night—Nascar stubbornly refuses to simply reschedule a rain-soaked Saturday evening race for Sunday afternoon.
It Follows—Kenny Wallace looks back at his runner-up finish at Talladega.
Insurgent—Trevor Boys makes his Nascar comeback the only way he can—by stealing the pace car.
Do You Believe? (The Timmy Hill Story)—No.
Get Hard—Jimmie Johnson realizes that saying that his tire issue was caused by “going soft” was probably a poor choice of words.
Home—In a fit of anger, Brian France destroys his homemade model of the stadium for his football team, the Los Angeles Chins.
The Riot Club—Fans react to attempts to move the Atlanta race weekend to another 1.5-miler.