Michael Bay discusses his upcoming film, Ambulance.

This film was made in just 38 days and is one of Michael Bay’s lower-cost movies. Having a budget of no more than $40 million.

At the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, the cast and producers of the action thriller gathered on Monday night. The movie was shown there for the first time that night. First responders, members of the Armed Forces, and police officers from the Los Angeles Police Department were also there, as well as other people. There are, however, some people who play police officers and firefighters in the movie, but not all of them.

“Ambulance is about Danny and Will Sharp, two adopted brothers who try to steal $32 million from a bank in Los Angeles. Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II play them. After their getaway goes awry, the criminals are caught in a high-speed chase by a police officer. However, they end up taking an ambulance with a badly injured cop and his paramedic in it.

Seeing a high-octane thriller like Ambulance on the big screen is a great thing for fans to do. As the number of people going to the movies after the pandemic keeps going up.

When the director talked about the at-home or theatre experience debate, he said, “Streaming has its place.” Nonetheless, because of how loud and tense it is on screen in a big room, it can be hard for people to relax. Audiences have said that it was “very immersive.” There is only one way you can get immersed: in your living room. You won’t be able to get immersed in your living room. Great sound systems make you feel like you’re in the movie. The big picture is where you should go to watch these high-octane movies, so go there.

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