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Crash And Burn: The Value Of MistrustThe Value Of Mistrust (2005)
Reviewer Rating: 3
Contributed by: AnchorsAnchors
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There are a variety of clip shows on TV that show people doing extremely stupid things, and then subsequently paying for them. "Real TV," "World's Wildest Police Videos," "Cops," and my absolute favorite of all, "Maximum Exposure," or ‘Max X’ for short. What make this show special isn’t the clips of people doing idiotic things, it’s the narrator that makes fun of these people for doing those stupid things. One clip that sticks out to me was a European Formula One racer who came over to the states, and in his first race had an absolutely horrific crash that flipped his car and turned it into a ball of flames, at which point the narrator said “I bet crashing and burning wasn’t in the Formula One brochure that brought him over here.” The Value Of Mistrust, by Thorp Records' own Crash And Burn, is far less of a wreck than anything seen on Max X, while maintaining the intensity of two semi trucks clashing head on.
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