What do movies set at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries have in common? They are generally to be avoided if you’re looking for good fur content (JLo’s opinion notwithstanding). The Great Race is the 20th-century exception that proves the rule. I suspect the costume designers took a lot of liberties with standard suffragette apparel. Natalie Wood is in one over-the-top outfit after another and, lucky for us, spends one act in a frigid place.