Alternatively, just let me drive.
How Cars Are Destroyed For Movies

This is a video highlighting the work of JEM FX, a visual effects company that specializes in the destruction of vehicles in movies. A lot of their work involves structurally weakening vehicles (e.g. cutting the support pillars of a car’s roof) so that they get damaged the way they want when the camera is rolling. Pretty neat. I only wish I’d known this was a possible career path when I was younger and pursued it, then maybe I wouldn’t be sitting here typing this right now. The Butterfly Effect, you know. “Do you even know what that is?” Yeah, it’s about a fly that fell into a bucket of cream and churned it so long swimming that the cream turned to butter and it climbed out. It’s about perseverance.