This is the famous directorial debut of legendary animator, Hayao Miyazaki, the founder of Studio Ghibli. The studio would go on to release other Jalopnik favorites like Nausicaä, which is about nature and tech, and Howl’s Moving Castle, which is basically about a dude living out of a big dirty car. Lupin the Third, however, introduced us to Miyazaki’s style and hinted at the forms he would explore later. The gunfights and car chases in the film rival that of the Bourne film series. Well, maybe not, but there’s still plenty of action and intrigue. It’s a fun caper with a cast of lovable rogues, and is full of good car cameos. The film boasts some interesting cars, like the Fiat 500, Citroen 2CV and Humber Super Snipe, among others.