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One hell of a ride.
Milton is a hardened felon who has broken out of Hell, intent on finding the vicious cult who brutally murdered his daughter and kidnapped her baby. He joins forces with Piper, a sexy, tough-as-nails waitress with a 69 Charger, who's also seeking redemption of her own. Caught in a deadly race against time, Milton has three days to avoid capture, avenge his daughter's death, and save her baby before she's mercilessly sacrificed by the cult.
Ok, so first off, it's Drive Angrily, ok?
The fact that you apparently do not possess enough cognitive capacity to grasp that does not excuse you from:
- writing dialogue shitly
- writing your plot craply
- making everything dully
You should thank God on your bare knees that someone cast Heardly, Cagely and Fichtnerly.
They save this film.
My god....Amber Heard...a spectacular looking lady. She could be my favourite!
Sadly Ms Heard is outshone here by the real, super sexy star of the film.
Nic Cages hair piece. What a stunner!!
I'd like to have it over to my place, cook a risotto...have some wine...maybe light some candles. Have a real nice time.
Ridiculous, bloody, brains off...actually, full on LOBOTOMY required, FUN!!
Nicolas Cage goes from the sublime to the ridiculous more than most. An actor with huge talent, just witness Leaving Las Vegas for the proof, he also makes more shit than a herd of cows. Drive Angry for most would fit into that category, but for some who are willing to look beyond the silly premise, the even sillier plotting and dialogue, and Cage's dodgy barnet, they might just embrace something just a little bit different.
Cage plays John Milton, a man who has broken out of Hell with a mission to recover his kidnapped granddaughter. A crazy premise that just ups the ante at every turn, this is a supernatural action film like no other. I honestly have never…
"Is there anyone NOT trying to kill you?"
In this one Nicolas Cage takes sips from a bottle of whiskey, smokes a giant cigar, and kills a bunch of evil redneck satanists without taking his dick out of a waitress. What's not to like?
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This is not Shakespeare. This is not award baiting melodrama. This is however wickedly entertaining nonsense from the king of crazy,Mr Nicolas Cage.
Aided and abetted by the wonderful Amber Heard this movie sees Cage escape from Hell and seek to recover his grand-daughter kidnapped by a satanic cult. Yep, that's what the story is about,but done with so much swagger and ridiculous plotting that it really is a hoot. Cage and Heard sizzle on screen and seem to take the film for what it is, a fun ride.
Hot girls,satanic cults,a black Dodge Charger and lots of gunplay and violence mixed with some great action sequences make this a true guilty pleasure. Cage shagging, and killing numerous bad guys…
A lot of violence but for some unknown reason I fucking loved it!
Of all the "Nicolas Cage escapes from Hell in a souped up muscle car to rescue his granddaughter from a Satanic cult whilst being followed by a truly amazing William Fichtner" movies I've seen this is pretty standard stuff. Sure, it's entertaining enough. But why must he make the same movie over and over again?
Half star given for Tom Atkins.
The acronym DGAF fits Nic Cage & this perfectly. Hilarious.
Totally over-the-top action flick in the "Machete" mold, starring Nicolas Cage as a hellish bad-ass drivin' and shootin' his way across the Southwest in a totally bitchin' car trying to rescue a child from a murderous religious cult, with a hot truck stop waitress (Amber Heard -- where has this gal been all my life?) along for the ride.
Fun stuff, if non-stop carnage is your thang.
The Drive Angry Theorem holds.
SAW IT AT CAG3D
This movie does many things wrong and I love it. This felt like a R rated Garth Ennis story. I really would love a sequel were Nick Cage teams up with William Fitcher going on adventures assigned to them by hell.
Good-bad at the start and end, but the middle was just bad-bad. Still, there's some fun to be had here, if you don't think about it too hard.
Trashy, but entertaining nonsense. I had a mostly fun time with this and I enjoy these throwback grindhouse films, but I do have a problem with the terrible CGI blood and gore. If you're gonna go all in with these sorts of films, then do it, don't half ass it with lazy effects, use practical gore and blood squibs.
I appreciate how much Drive Angry embraces its own insanity. Nicolas Cage plays Milton, a man who breaks out of Hell to avenge the death of his daughter and save his granddaughter from a cult with the help of Amber Heard's Piper, a waitress that gets involved in all this.
The story is tongue in cheek as it is insane. It…
You can call it "campy" or "self-aware" or "meta" or whatever, but the fact of the matter is that movies like Drive Angry are best described as "bad on purpose." It's a genre (I use that word loosely) with which I continue to struggle, mostly because its possible to be aware of and acknowledge your flaws and influences without being a slave to them. For instance, look at the performances of David Morse and William Fichtner in this film - they are totally committed despite how ridiculous the feature is. I wish the same could be said for the filmmakers and star Nicolas Cage - all of whom kind of just let the lesser aspects of the film be the joke. It's lazy and it's boring. This isn't even fun-crazy Cage.
Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.