Hot Wheels Acceleracers, Vol. 2 - The Speed of Silence
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Hot Wheels AcceleRacers Vol. 2: The Speed of Silence (DVD)
The drivers enter the Water Realm where former surfer Vert, racing in his own element, is determined to prove that he's still a champion. But after a devastating attack by the Racing Drones, he ends up being the first driver to fail. In the Metro Realm, the drivers have to find their way through an eerie deserted city choked with traffic. The racers are also introduced to a new weapon developed by the Racing Drones: a huge car-eating "Sweeper." We also get a glimpse of the mysterious fourth team, the Silencerz.]]>
Hot Wheels Acceleracers 2: The Speed of Silence is the follow-up to Hot Wheels Acceleracers: Ignition, in which Dr. Peter Tezla discovered technology that allows super-fast cars to enter "racing realms," i.e., other-dimensional environments where racers can drive along tracks found underwater, in a strange city, and elsewhere. Once again, two teams of human racers, the Teku and Metal Maniacs, launch into these realms, this time competing against one another to see who first reaches the Accele-Charger, which provides unique powers to vehicles. Dr. Tezla wants to unlock the secret of the Accele-Charger's power, in order to stave off the wicked Gelorum and her scary-looking Racing Drones in their quest to rule the world. It helps to know something about the Acceleracers saga before diving into Speed of Silence. But even without a thorough background, it's easy to enjoy the intertwining personal dramas among the Teku and Metal Maniacs, all set against the exotica and suspense of the Racing Realms, where even the bravest of the brave face death-defying race courses, car-eating sharks, and Gelorum's terrifying Drone Sweeper. The animation in Speed of Silence is impressively imaginative yet very precise about the details of Tezla's work, perceptions of the racing realms as seen from multiple angles, and myriad emotions captured on the characters' faces. The cars look great without over-hyping product tie-ins to Hot Wheels toys, and the soundtrack is surprisingly good. --Tom Keogh
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