Andrea Speed email@example.com
R - Lots of violence, some language, couple of boobs
A stunt driver moonlights as a wheelman for the mob, until he gets in way over his head.
Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, Bryan Cranston, Albert Brooks, Oscar Isaac, Christina Hendricks, and Ron Perlman
Nicolas Winding Refn
Based On a Novel By:
When I read the book this movie was based on, I could help but feel it was a screenplay someone turned into a book. Now, itís a book turned into a screenplay. Talk about a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Many people have been calling this an existentialist action film, possibly because of the choices the director makes. The action doesnít come fast and furious. Itís doled out, measure by measure, in precise beats. If youíre expecting some throwback action film like a Schwarzenegger
vehicle, you will be disappointed. Otherwise, you should enjoy this film.
Really itís a compact thing of beauty. The nameless Driver (ooh, do I sense a Man With No Name riff?) is a bit of a cipher, an emotionless puzzle who lives only to drive, which he