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Cinematic Driving Duos Supercut

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A pair of agitated detectives scolding their crotches with hot coffee after hearing a bank robbery is in process. Two dopey triggermen getting philosophical on their way to take down a target. The unlikely couple forced together in a car by pure coincidence for a cross-country adventure.
 
Sounds familiar, right? Some of cinema’s finest moments have come when two people have been holed up in a car, its tin can environment helping to cement or worsen some of the very best on-screen relationships.
 
And now, thanks to this cleverly edited video of famous cinematic driving duos, amassed by Vimeo user Roman Holiday (who has also thrown in a nice little soundtrack) you can relive the very best.
 
If this doesn't have you sticking your GoPro on the dashboard halfway down the M62, nothing will.

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