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Respect to Christian Bale 🔥| Ford v Ferrari
- Published on Jan 11, 2023 veröffentlicht
- Respect to Christian Bale 🔥| Ford v Ferrari #shorts
Movie - Ford v Ferrari
Music - HENSONN SAHARA (Slowed)
- Film & Animation
Comments • 11 757
If your car's paintwork gets blemished by being touched the paintwork is shit.
real sigma spotted
@Bumstead bumcheek who told you?
Not the paintwork... But imagine you want to present a clean car to get first impression that's covered with oil and fingerprint and stuff.... Brings down the rand value, nothing wrong with what ceo done... Totally with him! Ikr it's a movie but still.
A funny comeback would have been.
Well your son seems to like it 😂
"He's 10, he'll grow out of it like the rest of us adults" was waiting right there for a return volley lol.
Yeah. He's a kid, likes shiny things and so do you apparently but if you listened, I was talking about the inside 😂
I'd have said in rebuttal, "Well, we all started off as rookies that didn't know any better"
Props to the guy who just took that level of disrespectful with a straight face
He later makes the guy lose a race purposefully to satisfy his ego
Now let's see Paul Allen's choice of car
Paint job in Pale Nimbus
Bye the way: cool it with the anti-semitic remarks😅
"Is this your son?"
"Yes *IT* is!" 😂
He's quite a savage dad!
Thought he was gonna pull the “Your the VP? Ya I’m the president dude” card
haha see the current mustang generation.. they are really just a common sedan now.. 😂
@Glizz9 cuz they don't get hired by him. They move up thru the company
I swear I thought that too
Like dhar mann
Bro got to pressed cause someone told him to get his kid.💀
This move made me cry 4000 times😢
Bro spoke a whole new language trying to defend the son, good job
I speak that language so it just feels normal
yes english lmfao
@Tremarri Morris do you not know what subtitles mean?
he just wanna say it's a terrible car. in the movie he and carroll shelby have to work together to make Ford better.
the dads prepared for this, their entire life.
Right on 👍
Bro just didn’t want his car door opened by a random kid 💀
@Star Pillars He was actually being rather polite
@Aryan Awasthi exactly
@Julie Ann Intan doesn’t matter. So you’re not allowed to go in the car like you usually do in a dealership?
@Star Pillars no it wasn't the child was disrespectful he played it nicer than I would have
@Nicholas Salmon and it seems you don't have any to take this as seriously as you seem to be lol
Impressive. Now let’s see Paul Allen’s choice of car
Bro these are literally those types of conversations people have in their showers.
Why do you think these clips get so many views?
Don't call me out
Bro was being so respectful, nowadays you touch something they come like they wanna cut off your hands.
These shorts makin me wanna rewatch the movie 🙏
"Can you tell your son to please not damage the paintwork?"
"Your car sucks, he can do what he wants."
that is the example of karen’s dad.
@M M You know nothing about cars lad
@M M Fr
@Shadow_Killer Well He's Ken Miles! The Father of Ford GT
Mustang doesn't suck. Not the 1960 and 70 models anyway
Dude bro just told that kid not to do that 🗿
Dude literally sneaked into the presentation car. Don't act like executer did the wrong thing. He wasn't rude or anything either. Just calmly asked to get out lol.
back when you could insult a man based on the quality of his work, for which, beholds his pride.
@Shankar it's a movie called "Ford vs Ferrari"
I’d take a chevelle over a mustang any day…💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼
can you guys tell me this series name?
@HanaVolta “I mean…” and blushing anime pfp and u want me to take your reply into consideration
Está bien, la veré una vez mas
“Dude just get ya kid and tell him not to touch the car, it’s as shrimple as that.”🦐
Alfred raised him well
Ford vs Ferrari.. Must watch
Uhh that's my name 💀💀💀
Best Batman ever
'And lower the price' got me 😂
Teach your kids why they shouldn't touch cars at a car show until they ask the owner if they can.
he was invited to that show, surely he bring his son with him
The way the kid behaviour when being talk by the man is scare and even try to stop his dad mean he is very not bad manner, which mean surely the father and son did talk and if not the kid then his father will touch the car, surely the man will talk the same if that the father touch the car, which mean an insulted to him as he was invited to check the car
Bro had 2 options
1. Buy his company
2. Invite him to his refrigerator
He took the cheapest path
Obviously he become BET-man
Pin 📌 📍 🧷
@Bent Tha Demigod ford vs ferrari
😂😂😂 Destroyed in Second
الان دعونا نرى اختبار الين للسيارة
Bro politely asked him to not touch the car and daddy got pissed
@Diom because it doesn’t belong to you. I take it you’re the kind who sticks their fingers on everything they see because “there’s no reason not to”.
Yea th father got pissed...
@R3CKL3SS I’m just going by the scene. I plan to watch the movie so I don’t have the full context. From this snippet though Bale’s response seems like an overreaction.
Dude, Bale's transformations are on another dimension
I loveed this movie especially at end 😭
@Kai Long Ford vs Ferrari
What is the name of this movie?
The man got roasted for doing his job.
More like backhanded 😭
@Sandhya Chayal well won't jude, just saying ok. If you think what you think. I don't mind.
Movie name kya hai ?
Love this scene. Love this movie.
@Shahwaiz Ford v Ferrari.
The guy was being actually nice and polite he doesn't deserve that smoke💀
You don’t tell a kid to stop doing something, you know potential future customer checking out a car and might tell their parents about the car which in turn, gives your shitty ass company more sales, then proceed to tell his dad who saw everything 💀. If the car wasn’t meant to be touched, they should have put something around it then a sign that says DO NOT TOUCH!
@James S. thats not badass
@greg mckiney Yes. Then he proceeded to tell his father to tell his kid not to touch the car since a 10 year old buy does not have enough home training to know not to go around touching other people's things.
@greg mckiney oh man you're so badass
Passive aggressive. Not nice
Such a good movie
Movie title please 😩😭
what movie was this?
Ford Vs Ferrari
"I just bought ur company"
"oh sorry i didn't know its you mr. Bruce Wayne"
Bruce Wayne already has batmobile far more better than this cars🤣
@comedystrikes I tried to translate this to English, but with no avail…😢
@Cody Labelle kanye west would like to have a word with u
Oh ya American the killer of Iraqi afgani viyatnamis and flee after loosing all the war the loosers amarican and nato
Sigma face 😂🎉
bro had the shower argument power during the argument
Shower argument power, just brilliant
very good argument though
So Cold sigma 2🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶
Imagine thinking this guy is a villain for simply doing this job 💀
The film made him into a villain.
Whether he was being reasonable in reality is a completely different affair.
@WuKongyes it does? That's pretty much the definition of villain 😂
Like a kid is going to do anything to hurt the paint job. When I was 10 my dad took my to the Ferrari dealership and I ran over the this red Ferrari and the salesman opened the door and put me in the drivers seat if the floor model. My dad was so nervous but the salesman had an ear to ear grin as he saw the look on my face as I put my hands on the steering wheel "Awesome car huh kid??"
I'll never forget it.
I haven't watched this movie but from this clip i could tell that this senior executive vice president is actually looking down ( criticizing but not openly) on the kid and the father saw it well and just confirms it after he has been approached and told not to touch the workpaint as if they were not a guest or costumer.
Still is I wish I could choose a new Chevelle now a day.
“Get your hands off the car please”
The dad: and I took that personally
@Mia Mitten 🙄🙄🙄
Well he would. It’s his son.
@PyjamaPrince I am honoured to get 5000 likes
Period correct, I think we might still be in that period.
i love bale ❤
Gua ga ngerti artinya 😭
When he said Chevy Chevelle you know he's a man of class👌🏿
@Tahir Ali Nagori Ford vs Ferrari, I guess
Movie name please bro
Tbh, I love the Musatngs, especially Gen 5
A iconic moment in history
All that from a guy politely telling him to manage his child 💀
don’t be “polite” if you’re going to tell another parent (especially a father) how to manage their child. If you’re going to open that door, don’t let them close it.
well, i don't really know wtf is going on in the movie scene but he said *I'm responsible for the launch of this mustang* or whatever, so why don't he make the staff put up a border so the other people won't be able to touch it if the paint job is that shitty? 0,0
Manage of what?
Just for exploring?
Doesn't make sense
i can see the Patrick Bateman in him 💯
"Sir, I was just asking that your son not touch the car."
@Michael Collman it's a troll, stop trying to guess his feelings
@Fake Name Broskie, did someone hurt you as a child? There's more to this storyline. I'm picking up on some deep Eeeeemooootional daaamaaage..... 😂
But I gotta know what's the Good Ending??
@Fake Name hahahahaha
@Amit Halder1999 its paintwork bro if u touch it what would happen the paints going to rip off
@Fake Name im so confused that its funny
love this movie in my top 5
God I love him
Damn, bro went from a cold-blooded killer to a badass father, proud of patrick.
@Music Mania and then he killed gods
@Music Mania Yes
Then he became the batman
MOVIE NAME PLEASE 🥺
The guy was polite and had a reasonable demand.
Ok im just wondering how this shit went so far, its a youtube short of a clip? Yea i aint reading this i just scrolled but im just confused why its about to reach the 500 reply limit
@CuRist and yes I did point out a scene - the dudes introduction scene that was before this .. which gives context to this scene. That is how story works... prior scenes affect current scenes and current scenes affect future scenes.
As that is how we watch the entirety of a story. But building upon scenes. Not taking a scene by itself.
@CuRist except ... he isnt the future villian. He is literally the current villain to the other main character. He is the villain to the Punisher guy... that has already happened. He is established as the Villian in the story. He is opposing the race team. Already ..not future. He is currently the villain. He has already set a roadblock up even before meeting miles.
He was introduced as a corporate asshole who stood in the way of the racing division.. which is the point of the movie .. that Ford was going racing. Already before this scene.. he is the villain.
So Dahmer makes no sense. As Dahmer isn't introduced as an asshole or a villain. THis guy literally is introduced scene one with him in it - as the antagonist. We already know by this point that he is the villain. So this isn't his introduction so Dahmer has 0 relevance. This is like meeting dahmer after you know he killed a guy.
As the guy was already a road block earlier to the efforts of the leaders of the film.
@ty smith And like you said, someone and I used Dahmer as an example like you did because everyone knows what he did and who he is, it seems youre struggling to even understand that.
@I_Commission_DSPriscilla_Art you definitely the type of dude to rant on twitter about police brutality before body cam, statements, and general context releases.
The vice president guy was completely in the right, he politely asked the dad to stop his son from messing around with the car and then the dad shows typical Karen energy.
@Tsrenis yes I can see that
its not real
@ART_McSweat exactly people gotta actually watch the movie before commenting the so called “rude dad” became a legend in this film while the Karen vice president remained a Karen vice president
He is Ford's Competition driver so he has a right to comment on the car
The the Vice President was the one displaying Karen behavior not the dad lol
Mustangs are so cool especially the old ones
I like the verbal dynamics here...he wasn't actually rude to kid..and so was his dad ..he just gave a plain constructive criticism
He gave constructive critisim at first but ended it on a rude note.
@Pink Panda wat. I don't even know how to respond. You said "im pretty sure" and made a statement based of that guess.
@Johnathan Argow pretty sure their checking out cars and I feel like if you have a problem with someone sticking their head in to check it out there's problems on the inside also if touching it ruins the paint there's a problem with the paint
Then the paintwork is shit work if u care about it being ruined
Bro don’t know the difference between insult and politely asking someone not to do something💀💀
The movie was Fire 🔥
What’s it called?
My gosh...that man was only doing his job and doing it in a polite way
My gosh... it's a film
Y'all was just allowed to touch shit that wasn't yours as a child huh..?
I know I won't be one of those parents because my child will have enough respect to just simply not do it....
wow I'm scared for you in life if you can't detect passive aggressive tones his tone was rude or snobbish he's a kid it's a car being shown why can't he just let the boy dream ?
They still have bed springs for the suspension
This movie is 🔥🔥🔥!!!
Bruce Wayne in an alternate universe:
didn't buy the company, just roasted the hell out of it
@Mohib Elahi Lol!🤣
@EMPEROR ALL FOR ONE ayooo I didn't even realise it
2,4k likes lets change that old sport
whats the name of the show?
buying the company and literally just firing u is a lot more disrespectful imo
انا التعليق الوحيد العربي ياصديقي✨
The car: “fuck did I do ?”
@CamSpots 1980 to 2013 stangs are great
They built you expensive
Welp, you have inline 6, 3 speeds, and overweight
I always will go for the Chevy Impala 1967. Just sad that I can't find some... And I don't think they will be around when I'm able to buy one...
This conversation right here nearly destroyed Ken's opportunity to race for Ford.
Let's not forget what famous man he's acting as. Ken Miles was a hero on his own. He deserves the respect this movie gives him.
@INiko gods got a mustang cruisin round heaven with his firm
@Shaquille Edwards The whole point of the scene was to show him being disrespectful, and to have Christian Bale return the disrespect in kind. If you didn't pick up on that I don't know what to tell you...
You don't tell a child what to do in that tone (dismissive and impolite) if you want them to respect or learn from you, and you especially don't do so to a someone else's child. The added insult of walking over after the kid had stopped to confront his dad (essentially implying he isn't a good parent). Not to mention that this was on the showroom floor in front of potential buyers. Imagine losing even just a single sale of a Mustang because you cared too much about a kid's fingerprints on a paint job of a show model. If he cared so much about the car's finish, he probably should've had the car roped off right? Someone has never worked in sales before. :P
@Palapa yap, also related to Justin Kilowatts 🤣🤣🤣🤣
@Aush Begosh don't you mean the odometer?
Ken Miles is he related to Jim Horsepower
Bro just spoke something out of a ' be a shit' book 💀
Movie name please
Later he invited Peter to his high rise condo and gave him a music lecture then murdered him with an axe.
@Love Boxing haha it has a nice ring to it...Jum Jum..😂👍
You just strategically made this comment section the biggest troll scroll
This made me happy even if it’s a lie😊
One of the best movies
Imagine asking someone politely to not touch something. And somehow YOU become the "bad guy"
@McRib isn’t real meat which is this movie..name
But it’s sigma 😂
You clearly don't get the point.
He really did that for his son?! Man 😌
I've never seen blue eyes so blue before 💀
its cause of the edit filter
He literally did all of the things he asked lol
@Paul Richards exactly
@Zepto Like the GOAT Lee Iacocca
not him, other people at Ford did.
It took a couple of decades
Well served... that's what you get for being polite!
Bro suddenly pull out the necro sword😂
He wasn’t even being rude.
@JK "This is Hollywood writers that can't write dialogue"
Nor understand corporate etiquette 🙃
A company VP does not act like a bouncer or usher at an important product launch.
They have staff for that so they don't get their hands and company reputation dirty in the process.
You can always fire a staffer for making a scene to save face, but you can't just snap your fingers and reclaim a high level exec making a scene in front of national and international press - that stink does not just go away with a pink slip.
@faithful adejoh Ford vs Ferrari
Movie title please.
If you have seen the movie, or read the history, you will know that Ken Miles, the guy Christian is playing was as some of you said, was quite ride to most people. He had no filter, and always said exactly what he meant.
The reason to why he defended his son was because he was a driver and deeply involved in the development of the legendary Ford GT40, and therefore felt that Peter (his son) should be able to look at the car.
This scene is important, because this is what starts Ken and Leo's bad relationship, which ultimaetly leads to Ken losing out on the win at the 1966 Le mans 24 hrs.
Name this movie pls 😅
The man was just doin his job 😭
@Unknown Player have you ever been to a car show? You would know what happens if you did what the kid did, if you've ever been to one. Also I'm not talking about car meets that's something your average joe goes to. Car shows are way more serious with big money on the line. A hand print can make a big difference
@East Siders nah bro, that's just BS, if it was an millionaire adult or something, I bet he wouldn't have said anything, and I don't think nobody cleans their hands or uses a handkerchief to open the door
@samuel berard wildest connection you could make. prettys sure most german soldiers were in favor of the nazis.
@samuel berard bro just compared a guy politely asking a kid to not do something to killing millions of people
Lenny, don't get me wrong. But your character is as good as the car 😂
An actor deserving of the hall of fame by far.
@Resolve Yeetlord he said you telling that information is irrelevant but yet still thanks you for sharing it.
@da beast you think Leonardo DiCaprio is irrelevant? Man I don’t even know how to have any kind of conversation with you in kind spirits, knowing you hold my boi in such low regard. I’m just saying, I think he’s the goat. Leo is great, for sure but you honestly can’t tell if bale is playing a role or not in my opinion. Leo is absolutely amazing, but I think genuinely bale has a more realistic approach.
Genuinely, do you even think at all?
I didn’t even go to college, kid.
Movie name please
@Resolve Yeetlord irrelevant but thanks for letting us know.
Entry of GORR😅😅
oh yes iknow arabic
Bro the man was being nice as possible, he didn't deserve that. 💀
@Jadyn Gale thank you
@Asif Sab ford vs ferrari
@Jadyn Galewhat's the movie name
He's the company VP getting involved in gate keeping for a product launch PR event.
You get down in the mud you gonna get dirty 😂
Seriously tho that is NOT how a company VP would act.
He would be off hobknobbing with the press and his PR underling would just ask an usher or something to ask the kid to step away from the display before cleaning off the fingerprints.
As a high ranking company exec it is his duty to protect the reputation of that company for the shareholders - that doesn't work when you are sullying yourself with petty gatekeeping that can easily lead to this kind of escalation from the wrong person.
On the other hand if the kid was Nancy Sinatra he would have not only ignored the fingerprints, but he would have brought out the PR photographer to take photos of it.
The point of the scene was to show the VP guy as a snob more interested in product appearance than product performance - true to life or not that was the sole point of the scene, and presumably to set up the antagonism.
@Luís Silva And what does PPL mean?
whom is he doing there?