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tucker19 on 07/15/2018 at 2:01 PM.

My Tucker was in the Movie I owned Tucker #19. My father purchased the auto in 1959 for 1250.00. He gave it to me right before the movie premier in 1988 due to his failing health, along with many other of his classic autos. I was the sole female owner of a Tucker for many years. It brought me much fame and attention. I drove it to many different events in No California and had a blast. My dad always got a kick out of seeing our videos of the places we drove the car. She never let me down and besides paint, and…

Brian on 07/15/2018 at 2:20 PM.

Great story that could have been made a bit better – still very well worth watching Great story, if a little changed from reality for this film. I did find it a bit “uneven” in the first half – frankly I expected better from Coppola. However, all that is more than made up for with the second half of the film which is mostly true to reality, and above all – quite educational in terms of showing the dangers of big business destroying innovative geniuses like Tucker. As one Detroit CEO said it: it is cheaper to destroy the competition than to have to innovate yourself. I…

C. Gonzalez on 07/15/2018 at 2:47 PM.

Excellent biopic of American motor culture history Tucker, a truly revolutionary man with revolutionary ideas for automobile design. While there are doubtless liberties taken in the story, this is an entertaining, educational and important film, mostly due to the significance of the automobile in contemporary American society. It is truly sad how little attention was devoted to driver and passenger safety in the early and middle part of the twentieth century, but this movie elucidates the evolution of automotive safety, as well as the…