• Drive (2011)



    A mysterious Hollywood stuntman, mechanic and getaway driver lands himself in trouble when he helps out his neighbour.

    Director:
    Nicolas Winding Refn
    Writers:
    Hossein Amini (screenplay), James Sallis (book)
    Stars:
    Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan and Bryan Cranston

    This movie starts off with a completely different pace than what one would expect. With the light plot of Driver AKA bad ass getting mixed up in some business of his neighbours. The movie is so well put together that with minimal dialogue you can get a feel of the characters and their roles they play through out the story.

    And when I say minimal dialogue the main character has about 20 lines as a maximum but with the use of cinematography and sound track the hole mood and tempo of the movie is experienced!

    It is truly a work of art and anyone with the appreciation for good film making would value this movie! It made a huge impression on me and just goes to show that you can make a brilliant movie without massive explosions and incoherent dialogue.

    This is definably worth watching!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Drive (2011) started by Ic3nFl4me View original post

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