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Title:   Drive
Director:   Nicolas Winding Refn
Year:   2011
Genre:   Crime
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   06.02.12

Other Movies Seen By This Director (3)
- Bronson
- The Neon Demon
- Only God Forgives

Notes History
Date Viewed Venue Note
06.02.12Netflix Finally saw Drive. Liked it ok. Certain things, especially with the end, broke my suspension of disbelief just because they really did not make any sense at all. I get that the guy is aloof but come on. go to a hospital, dude. stabbing wounds to the abdomen are fixable. I think a lot of love for this movie comes from the music (the unapologetic synths are really strong and not just in a nostalgic 80s way) and the "cool" factor with the silver jacket and whatnot, but I think Gosling's character is too silent. his performance kind of bugged me actually.

Anyway, still a good movie just for the direction really. there's a weird kind of pacing to scenes that doesn't really behave like it should and that worked for me. Not as extreme as Bronson but definitely still in that vein. I just wished Gosling's behavior made more sense. I feel like they have to have this song yelling "REAL HERO, REAL HUMAN" at my face to get any kind of compassion toward him at all, when if he made a few different choices it could've come naturally. Maybe I just don't buy him as a tough guy like Charlie Bronson or Steve McQueen and that's why his silence bothered me. I just don't feel that he was natural. I guess, from the way these notes are going, that was my one major complaint about the movie. Everything else is pretty good.
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