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Driven

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Driven (DVD)

From Oscar-nominated screenwriter Sylvester Stallone ("Get Carter," "Rocky") and director Renny Harlin ("Deep Blue Sea," "The Long Kiss Goodnight") comes a cutting-edge action drama about an exciting cast of characters living life in the fastest of lanes of the thrilling and dangerous world of high-tech car racing. Stallone plays Joe Tanto, a seasoned veteran of the racing circuit brought out of retirement to help guide a wild young rookie to victory. Also starring Kip Pardue ("Remember the Titans," "But I'm a Cheerleader"), Burt Reynolds ("The Crew," "Boogie Nights") and Gina Gershon ("The Insider," "Face/Off").

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Audio Commentary: Commentary with Reny Harlin Deleted Scenes: Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone or production audio Other: "Conquering Speed Through Live Action and Visual Effects" TV Special: "The Making of Driven" (HBO 1st look Special) Theatrical Trailer: "Game Trailer"Audio Commentary: Commentary with Reny Harlin Deleted Scenes: Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone or production audio Other: "Conquering Speed Through Live Action and Visual Effects" TV Special: "The Making of Driven" (HBO 1st look Special) Theatrical Trailer: "Game Trailer"Audio Commentary: Commentary with Reny Harlin Deleted Scenes: Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone or production audio Other: "Conquering Speed Through Live Action and Visual Effects" TV Special: "The Making of Driven" (HBO 1st look Special) Theatrical Trailer: "Game Trailer"Audio Commentary: Commentary with Reny Harlin Deleted Scenes: Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone or production audio Other: "Conquering Speed Through Live Action and Visual Effects" TV Special: "The Making of Driven" (HBO 1st look Special) Theatrical Trailer: "Game Trailer"Audio Commentary: Commentary with Reny Harlin Deleted Scenes: Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone or production audio Other: "Conquering Speed Through Live Action and Visual Effects" TV Special: "The Making of Driven" (HBO 1st look Special) Theatrical Trailer: "Game Trailer"Audio Commentary: Commentary with Reny Harlin Deleted Scenes: Deleted Scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone or production audio Other: "Conquering Speed Through Live Action and Visual Effects" TV Special: "The Making of Driven" (HBO 1st look Special) Theatrical Trailer: "Game Trailer"

Product Details

  • Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Burt Reynolds, Kip Pardue, Til Schweiger, Gina Gershon
  • Directors: Renny Harlin
  • Writers: Sylvester Stallone
  • Producers: Sylvester Stallone, Renny Harlin, Andrew Stevens, Don Carmody, Kevin King
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Anamorphic, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 3, 2007
  • Run Time: 117 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (268 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00003CXTM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,869 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Driven" on IMDb

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By A Customer on April 30, 2001
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I wanted to walk out of 'DRIVEN' during the first ten minutes. Music and opening sequences were confusing, loud, annoying, and generally numbing. I realize the idea was to show us Jimmy Bly (Kip Pardue's character) was close to a nervous breakdown, but I almost had one along with him. I stayed in the theatre, deciding the movie had to get better. It did, but not by much.
What I LIKED was the action race scenes and that I learned some things about CART racing which I had never thought of, or realized. For example, timing a 'recovering from injuries' Jimmy to ensure he could get out of car within five seconds, to even be allowed into a race (CART rules), was interesting to me. The use of computers, laptops, and communications techniques with active drivers was cool. I loved Estella Warren in the pool(when she wasn't talking). I enjoyed the 'Luc' character (she was best at achieving most with an understated 'look'). I liked watching the action at the pit stops.
What I disliked, intensely, was most of the silly dialog. (Question: "Where did you learn to swim like that?" Answer: "I was raised by frogs; Ribbit."). I thought some characters did well with what dialog they had, but some good talent was wasted here. Gina Gershon did a great bitchy job every time she was on screen; the only one who really used the limited dialog to extreme advantage.
My overall opinion were too many characters and confusing stories for the limited time. The only characters I truly cared about were Jimmy, Gina, Luc, and Beau (when he was away from the 'love triangle' story line). DeMille (Jimmy's hard-driving agent/brother) would have been much more effective had he been subtle/savey in his self-absorbed ways instead of obnoxious.
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With Sylvester Stallone and Renny Harlin behind the wheel, you would expect "Driven" to be more entertaining than it actually is. The deleted scenes on the DVD give you a taste of what might have been. A "director's cut" is definitely in order.
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By T. Ryan on November 22, 2001
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absolutly foolish...anyone who loves racing will hate this movie... brought to you by the same man who had you believing all you needed to win a boxing championship was a good roundhouse...now has you believing all you have to do to win a race is step on the gas...why didn't the other drivers think of that?? If you buy this you deserve it..
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The main problem with this in not the story. Its the filming. Everything is a close-up and the camera angle is constantly changing. Where Good Fellas and Casino are famous for the Longest continuous camera shots, this one should be equally famous for the shortest.
The camera shifts without reason every fraction of a second. Everything is a closeup. When a group of people are talking together. Split seconds of facial closeups are mixed with facial closeups of the other characters talking.
Actually its worse than that, you get close-ups of eyes, then someones nose, then back to Stallone talking, Stallone at a different angle, at yet another angel, a close-up of finger tapping.
Its like they had 1000 cameras for every scene and used portions of each one for every minute of screentime.
If you can get past how absurdly it is shot, you have absurd situations like a racer getting upset taking off in one of these cars on public city streets and being pursued by another racer. Also in a race, there is a crash, and the other racer does a 180 degree turn and goes to rescue him.
I could never get past all this to get deep enough into the relationships between the characters so I can't comment about that.
This movie is terrible.
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This film is definitely not character-driven. In fact each character is barely given a thumbnail sketch. It has the feel it was taken from some cardboard outline drafted by a screenwriter on his lunch break. Direction is also at a bare minimum, but this is a trend that we are seeing more frequently with more recent action oriented films. Directors are taking a back seat to the editors and this film seems to be definitely editor-driven. Digital editing is a tool and like every tool it is only as good as the hand using it. It is good to see Sylvester Stallone and Burt Reynolds in the same movie but this should have and could have been a much better film. If you watch John Frankenheimer's GRAND PRIX it becomes very evident how filmmaking and story telling has changed in 35 years.
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you might like this one. This movie is loaded with enough racing scenes to satisfy most racing fans. The plot though it's not important deals with Stallone who is retired. He comes back because Burt Reynolds wants him to work with a new driver played by Kip Pardue. Kip is confused and he is starting to do badly in his races. His brother who manages him is pulling him in an opposite direction that he wants to go. He wants to beat Til Schweiger in a race. Kip ends up falling for Til's estranged girlfriend played by Estella Warren. Estella is cute in her first screen role. There's even a scene where she's in a pool and uses techniques she learned while being on the Canadian Swim Team (from real life). Stallone ends up taking the place of Kip's driving partner who is now married to his bitter ex-wife played by Gina Gershon. Got that? No problem if you don't. The first half an hour, I had no clue what was going on plot wise. But soon, it all fits together even if I was able to predict plot turns a mile ahead. Don't go expecting Shakespeare or you'll be disappointed. Just grab some popcorn, sit back, enjoy the show and you'll have a good time.
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