Nicholas Winding Refn's 'neon-noir' heist film Drive winds the speedo back 25 years to honour the spirit of 80s action films, but this fable about fast cars and mob violence isn't afraid to show its feminine side.
I think this is a cool movie ! I love his acting he gets it done . He's very good showing these guys he isn't playing.\nI rate this movie a 5 star . You will not be disappointed in this movie !! I liked it and would buy it again !!! '\":)'\":)'\":)
Well, this one caught me off guard. A subject matter that should not be shared with anyone under 17 years old, and I won't let them watch it until they mature either.. But, I do believe the subject matter was covered in a thoughtful, realistic way, and the actors very believable.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is a flashy, timely, and mostly engaging drama, but it's really nothing without Michael Douglas, who drags Gordon Gekko out of the 'Eighties Villains Hall of Fame' for a victory lap.