Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
In an attempt to evade the cops, the brothers Belushi drive straight through a toy store and crash-land in the middle of a mall.
Current Score:
276
Total Votes:
542
2
Schwarzenegger's machine-man crashes lots of cars, but the best is when he slams into a police station.
Current Score:
209
Total Votes:
477
3
Few scenes beat the one, in which the Griswolds' wagon flies through the air, smashes to the ground, and all four tires deflate at once.
Current Score:
70
Total Votes:
440
4
In his first film, Steven Spielberg ratchets up the titular feud between car and truck, sending both hurtling off a cliff.
Current Score:
50
Total Votes:
390
5
Stuntman Mike's head-on collision with a car of cute girls shows the terrible fates that ensue in vicious slo-mo.
Current Score:
49
Total Votes:
411
6
Just like in real accidents, you don't see this one coming, as assassin Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) gets sideswiped by a car.
Current Score:
46
Total Votes:
418
7
This flick's chase scene is probably the best thing in the sequel, culminating in two semis smashing head-on into each other.
Current Score:
36
Total Votes:
400
8
When a logging truck lets loose its load of timber on the road, it results in a gloriously gruesome set piece that truly pulls out all the stops.
Current Score:
-8
Total Votes:
396
9
In this vintage gem, a possessed, indestructible car makes short work of cops who make the fatal mistake of trying to play chicken.
Current Score:
-85
Total Votes:
329
10
John Candy, stuck on a backed-up freeway and in a rush, commandeers a 16-wheeler and turns the interstate into a monster-truck show.
Current Score:
-86
Total Votes:
330