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I'm sorry, but if you don't like this movie, then you don't like movies, you like explosion porn.
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Diggin this song.
Movie had Kubrickian type feel to me. I liked it a lot and having Al Brooks and Bryan Cranston always helps
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Were you totally stoned dude? That must of been totally tubular dude.
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After reading this thread im about to rent this on demand right meow..
It was good. I liked it. But it is overrated.
It's a pretty damn good movie
I recently watched it. Great movie. Probably the best movie I've seen since "up in the air". I might have to get the soundtrack.
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When there's a ton of hype for a movie it's hard for it to live up to expectation. I'm really glad I saw it early in its run after a friend told me he hated it. I loved it.
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Good flick, but the pace was annoying at times. Too many times I was thinking, "stop staring and just say something"
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I liked the pacing of the movie......the long silences are SO different than your typical film for the short attention span group.
They even had a joke of the "stare-down" with the kid
GREAT bursts of violence, nice story with an ensemble cast "rotating" around the central character.
Albert Brooks character was spot-on.
OUTSTANDING night at the movies!
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picked this up on dvd this weekend. Yep, still fuckin awesome and my probably my favorite film of the last couple of years. Glad a lot you are lovin this film as well!
Just watched this. did not like. Very early on I thought Gosling resembled Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men, which I think is excellent. He's just a sociopath, nothing else. I liked Bronson as well but this was just not good. If he made more than $12 to spend the entire moving staring off into the distance the production company got ripped off.
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Style adds substance to a quiet driver in Drive. Ryan Goslings fabulous satin scorpion jacket in the movie Drive.
Great film. Watched it, again, with the wife on Saturday. She's a tough nut to crack when it comes to movies but she loved it as well. I had watched it with a buddy a few weeks ago and had no problem choosing it over a movie neither of us had seen.
As the OP said, Angelo Badalamenti's music was great. I've really dug all of Winding Refn's films but this was, by far, his best. An obvious homage to Michael Mann's films. Specifically the James Cann lead Theif.
I watched it again last night and it was just as good the second time. It still made me feel the tension like crazy.
Oh, and the Driver is hardly a sociopath...he has a pretty clear sense of right and wrong and knows what the deal is from the beginning.
Watch the elevator scene again and tell me he's not a psycho.
To me he's a guy that loses his shit and knows his life as it's been (or wants it to be) is over.
Really enjoyed the film. Had a great feel to it and I really enjoyed the lack of words used by "Driver" they used body language and awkward facial expressions and stares instead. The car scenes were good and I thought it was overall very good.
Definitely one of the better movies I've seen recently. I would agree with other posters that say not to read into it or anything before seeing it, I had no prior knowledge about the movie other than what I read in about the first 5 posts on this thread.
Tells me he has a past in the East Coast. You can tell by his accent, minimal amount of baggage, and ties to organized crime in LA.
Really loved the implied storylines.
Just saw it. Another +1 I didn't want it to end. Lots of symbolism with the scorpion and frog story.
A couple of fair scenes but overall a bad movie.
Bump. Just saw this tonight. Amazing...
Yeah... Decent but not even kind of 'good' or 'great'. The rare moments of action/violence were outstanding...
The music is just a straight fucking death coat hanger abortion aired live on PBS every hour on the hour 24 hours a day level BAD... FUCKING HORRIBLE. It's like Rocky XXXXCMRDIOGHOIDIII bad.
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