Special Report

Movies That Destroyed the Most Cars

Source: Courtesy of United Artists

15. Ronin (1998)
> Cars destroyed: 80
> Production budget: $55,000,000 (adj. for inflation: $97,295,000)
> Directed by: John Frankenheimer

Source: Courtesy of Buena Vista Pictures

14. Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
> Cars destroyed: 93
> Production budget: $103,300,000 (adj. for inflation: $172,974,710)
> Directed by: Dominic Sena

Source: Courtesy of Universal Pictures

13. The Blues Brothers (1980)
> Cars destroyed: 104
> Production budget: $27,000,000 (adj. for inflation: $94,482,633)
> Directed by: John Landis

Source: Courtesy of Universal Pictures

12. Blues Brothers 2000 (1998)
> Cars destroyed: 105
> Production budget: $28,000,000 (adj. for inflation: $49,532,000)
> Directed by: John Landis

Source: Courtesy of Paramount Pictures

11. G.I. Joe (2013)
> Cars destroyed: 112
> Production budget: $140,000,000 (adj. for inflation: $173,287,688)
> Directed by: Jon M. Chu

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