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 !!! '\":)'\":)'\":)
I would only recommend this to a true die hard Tom Hardy fan who is interested in seeing all of his past work. It's about Britain's most famous convict . Subtitles would have helped. But this is just an all around weird movie, not entertaining or useful at all, other than to see Tom Hardy. His best moments in the film are when he's onstage in makeup. I find him to be an immensely talented actor, very natural and brooding, reminiscent of Brando. Tom Hardy is the ONLY reason to see this movie.