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See Also: Outside Ride.
Examples of Hood Hopping include:
- During a highway chase scene in Birdy the Mighty, Birdy and an arkazoid leap across moving vehicles in rush hour traffic.
Films - Animated
- In Oliver and Company, Dodger eludes Oliver by jumping over cars. Oliver follows, but falls through the sunroof of one car.
Films - Live Action
- The Matrix Reloaded has an Agent doing this to pursue Trinity and the Keymaker.
- And practically bending the car he lands on first in two with his feet by doing so.
- George Clooney does this while chasing a terrorist with a backpack nuke in The Peacemaker.
- Captain America does this to catch a HYDRA spy in Captain America: The First Avenger.
- In Minority Report, Tom Cruise's character leaps from car to car while they're moving vertically.
- In Singin' in the Rain, Gene Kelly's character does this escaping from his fans after his car blows a flat.
- In Enchanted, Prince Edward does this while trying to find Giselle, and "slays" a city bus.
- In Doctor Who, the Doctor does this in "Gridlock". Bonus Points for (a) it being flying cars and (b) the Doctor not only leaping from hood to hood, but actually getting in the cars through the top and out through the bottom.
- A non-moving example: In an episode of Quantum Leap, Sam leaps into the body of Dr. Ruth Westheimer. During the climax, he is trying to stop a woman from being murdered, and the taxi he's in gets caught in a traffic jam. Having no time to spare, he exits the cab and runs to the woman's apartment by leaping from car to car; the reflection of Dr. Ruth is cast through the windows of various cars.
- Wet has an entire level about this, aptly titled "Vehicular Carnage".
- The level "Route 666" in Bayonetta is like this.
- A stage in Super Smash Bros Melee has the fighters fighting on top of F-Zero vehicles, jumping from one to another as they got too far ahead or behind.
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