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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?"
So I didn't watch this in its entirety, but around the 70 minute mark Blacktus completely nodded off in the middle of our Skype call, and I decided that it wasn't worth it to even attempt to finish it. Fuck this movie. Fuck it to hell. Fuck every dull, soul-sucking millisecond of it. Fuck it's entire existence. Fuck everything. Drive Angry made me angry alright.
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?
I have no idea how this got made (or how it was actually released in theaters) but I'm so glad it was. Let's all hope Nicholas Cage really is undead and will continue to grace us with this kind of magic trash for all eternity. However if anyone in this movie is actually an inhuman entity too perfect for this world, it is Amber Heard. May Satan bless all who were involved in the making of this masterpiece.
Is this a parody? I am serious. I can't tell.
Part of Garbage Day: Nicolas Cage
Drive Angry is a guilty pleasure at it's finest. It's a bad film and at times is self aware of that. It knows what it is and never takes itself too seriously. You have Nic Cage and William Fichtner giving two entertaining performances and some serviceable but fun action. Aside from that it's riddled with awful CGI, bad special effects, cheesy dialogue, some bad acting and is a remanent from the lost age of 3D. A bad film in every sense but it is dumb fun.
Que maravilla el Nicolas Cage autoconsciente de que él y su pelo se han convertido en un acontecimiento por si mismos, preciosa Amber Heard.
This stupid epic cheese fest was more fun than I could possibly imagine. It is just a funny, gory, hell of a ride that does not take itself more seriously than it has to. Plus, William Fitchner kills it in his part. Epic!
Full blown guilty pleasure mode here. Stupid fun action and dialogue that seems like the awkward bastard child of Robert Rodriguez. Loses major luster in the second act though.
Bonkers action thriller with Nicolas Cage on top form.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Pure grindhouse lunacy. Nic Cage comes back from the dead to avenge the brutal murder of his daughter and get back his granddaughter from the satanists who took her. It's stupid and sexist and strangely fascinating to watch, playing out like a fusion of Gone in 60 Seconds and End of Days. As per the norm with Cage, he plays his character so straight that he almost makes you believe in him but the hammy dialogue continuously takes you out of it. Every woman is treated like shit. They're either oversexualised or as disposable as yesterday's papers but even so, I'm still fascinated that a movie this ridiculous can get greenlit. The whole thing was developed to make use of…
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