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Drive

(2011)

Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence, language and some nudity.

R In Theaters 09/16/2011 , 100min.
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Viewer Score
65%
Viewer score based on 236 ratings
79%
Critic score based on 40 reviews

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August 04, 2012
ev00000000127776
Ryan Gosling as always sexy as hell. he is the reason i watched this movie, but it was a great crime-drama movie, recomanded. www.moviezya.com
July 27, 2012
tf00000000127631
Excellent flick.
July 08, 2012
klavezo
I thought the movie was great, you have to have half a brain to understand it thought.
June 11, 2012
er00000000125331
this movie sucks! i think the guy is like mentally retarded lol. i wouldnt give it half a star....they better step there game up and come again
March 06, 2012
dj00000000116975
This movie was written badly, story holding the movie together is as if a 5 year old boy put it together. The casting is terrible and ridiculous for the 'mobsters'. Now, Ryan should have remained gay in the movie, and this movie would have broke down the stereo types of a macho driver, a loner..

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Variety
Starring Ryan Gosling as a Hollywood stuntman/getaway driver, Drive takes the tired heist-gone-bad genre out for a spin, delivering fresh guilty-pleasure thrills in the process. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The virtuosity on display is also the director's, of course, and that, for better and for worse, is pretty much the point of Drive, the coolest movie around and therefore the latest proof that cool is never cool enough. Full Review
Adam Smith
Empire
Oh alright, it ain't "Shane." But it is about as much shamelessly disreputable, stylish, ultra-violent fun you're going to have at the movies this year. Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
Ultra-violent and ultra-stylish, Drive stands out in this year's Cannes competition for its calculated, hard-edged brilliance. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Low-key, sleek and sophisticated, Drive provides the visceral pleasures of pulp without sacrificing art. It's cool and smart. Some critics might even call it European. Full Review
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