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+Heykid009 You make a slightly valid point, but surely you can't disregard the fact that the film is vested in stylized action, lighting, and setting. The orange glow to things through out periods in the movie, the neon lighting in the night, the showcasing of only certain buildings so that the film looked less modern in setting (yes, entire buildings that were newer were edited out and were avoided in order to shoot retro looking establishments from the 80's and prior). The film carries a heavy 1980s atmosphere that is cautiously set from beginning to end and is underlined by not only its synthpop soundtrack, but its title font, its fashion, its lighting, and its architecture as well. It's also been noted to be remarkably similar in nature to late 70's, 80's cult films, one particularly being the stylish thriller/noir, To Live And Die In L.A from 1985. You make somewhat of a point, but it does in fact retain many characteristics of a phenomenal post-80's, 80's themed film.
Sometimes I really don't get the decissions of the academy...
Argo is a nice movie, which makes a lot of things right, Hurt Locker is a good war drama...
BUT then a movie like Drive doesn't get one nominee?! Really?
On the one hand, the Oscars are of course a indicator for great movies and a great honor, but on the other hand you sometimes can take a big load on the decisions of the academy...
I just don't like how they want to create Oscar moments and create new trends :/
Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds should do a movie together! Something like Drive, The Town, The Departed, and Reservoir Dogs rolled into one. Let's the film could be about an ex-convict (Ryan Gosling) who has just been released from prison for armed robbery plans to do one last bank job for a mob boss and Ryan Gosling is a corrupt FBI agent who is hunting Gosling to settle a personal vendetta. I think a movie like that with the them playing the lead roles would be pretty Awesome!
Also he is like the new version of The Man With No Name and Yojimbo characters. Yojimbo was skilled with the Sword, Clint with the gun, and Ryan with the Car. All with backgrounds you don't really know about
Words cannot express my love for this movie. The facebook movie was great too, I gave that a 9.0. Any movie with David Fincher and Trent Reznor doing the score is going to be pure amazing. Even if its about the creator of facebook. Same with Darren Aronofsky. If you could make a movie about ballerinas dark and fuckin incredible, you are awesome. Comparing the facebook movie to Drive is stupid. Facebook movies great, I watch it almost every time its on tv, but the first time i saw it I di
So true.Drive is the example of good and original filmmaking.That´s why i prefer independent films rather than dumbass Hollywood blockbusters.Ryan,stick with independent filmmaking and avoid Hollywood action films of today.
If you seriously think that was what the film was about, then should try to pay attention more next time. I'm amazed you think that film is boring, you must have a very short attention span. Unless a movie consists of violence and fast driving, it must be boring to you right? Also, I didn't even have a Facebook at the time I watched that movie, and I could appreciate it in all it's intensity since Facebook remained in the background of the movie.
You've got to be kidding me right? A film about facebook's creator? That film is boring, it was good but sure the Hell was no masterpiece. DRIVE is a man's film, Social Network is for people who spend way to much time on facebook.
There was a Canadian Indycar driver called Greg Moore who was the next big thing, had his whole future ahead of him, he had legendary speed and bravery. He died in a crash in 1999 aged 24. He looked the spit of Gosling. I'd love to see a biopic with him in the lead role.
Everything in the movie is great but my favorite scenes are the driving scenes the with music and cinematography just beautiful. Really makes me feel like I'm driving at night just for a cruise, listening to slow relaxing music. Just love this movie
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