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By Damon Smith New to rent on DVD/Blu-ray DVD of the week Rush (Cert 15, 122 mins, Studio Canal, Drama/Action/Romance, also available to buy DVD £19.99/Blu-ray £24.99/Limited Edition Steelbook Blu-ray £29.99) Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde, Jamie Sives, Natalie Dormer, Pierfrancesco Favino, Alexandra Maria Lara, David Calder, Julian Rhind-Tutt.
Rubber burns and tempers fray between two very different Formula 1 drivers in the 1970s: charismatic ladies' man James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and ambitious Austrian speed fiend Niki Lauda (Daniel Bruhl).
The two men have very different approaches to their craft.
Hunt relishes the trappings of fame, proposing to his first wife, model Suzy Miller (Olivia Wilde), on the spur of the moment.
Lauda is devoted to testing, working his mechanics into the ground to shave a few hundreds off lap times at the expense of personal relationships. Daredevil duels between the two men reach a horrifying crescendo at the 1976 German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring when Lauda's Ferrari bursts into flames, trapping him in the inferno.
So when he falls madly in love with Marlene Knaus (Alexandra Maria Lara), he fears the repercussions. An incredible six weeks later, Lauda emerged from hospital with extensive scarring, determined to prevent Hunt from claiming the chequered flag at Monza.
Directed with brio and turbo-charged by stirring performances from Hemsworth and Bruhl, Rush is a riveting evocation of a bygone era.
An uplifting story of admiration and friendship purrs beneath the bonnet of Howard's direction offering plenty of high-speed thrills for petrol heads. Rating: **** Released Sunshine On Leith (Cert PG, 100 mins, Entertainment In Video, Musical/Drama/Comedy/Romance, also available to buy DVD £19.99/Blu-ray £24.99) Starring: George Mac Kay, Kevin Guthrie, Freya Mavor, Antonia Thomas, Peter Mullan, Jane Horrocks, Jason Flemyng, Emma Hartley-Miller, Paul Brannigan, Daniela Nardini.
Screenwriter Morgan selects the choicest cuts of the facts for the big screen, including horrific scenes at the hospital where a badly burnt Lauda drifts in and out of consciousness but still musters enough strength to growl, "Tell the priest to get lost. Davy (George Mac Kay) and best mate Ally (Kevin Guthrie) return home to Leith after a roadside explosive kills one of their band of brothers during a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Ally falls into the arms of his girlfriend Liz (Freya Mavor), who is Davy's sister, while Davy kindles romance with Liz's best friend, Yvonne (Antonia Thomas).
Both relationships blossom and Ally buys a ring, intending to go down on bended knee at the forthcoming 25th anniversary party of Davy and Liz's parents, Rab (Peter Mullan) and Jean (Jane Horrocks).
A dark secret from the past threatens to tear the family apart, propelling the characters along divergent paths.