New Rubber Clip Shows Robert The Tire's Origin
With all of the time I spend ranting and raving about the lack of originality in Hollywood, be it commenting on remakes, sequels or adaptations, it's nice when I get the opportunity to talk about original stories. Quentin Dupieux's Rubber meets that qualification. After all, how many movies are there about a psychic tire who kills people by making their heads explode?
A new clip from the film has popped online that both answers questions and presents them. As for why Robert The Tire decides to kill people, it's because he witnesses a tire fire out in the desert (that must smell lovely). But how on earth do they get the tire to stop and start like that? Movie magic at it's best.
Check out the clip below.
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