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Drive 1999 NR

5.0 out of 5 stars (1) IMDb 6.8/10

Famous Independent Film written, produced and directed by jefery levy, starring David Warner. Winner of numerous festival awards.

Starring:
Steve Antin, Dedee Pfeiffer
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Genres Adventure, Action, Comedy
Director Jefery Levy
Starring Steve Antin, Dedee Pfeiffer
Supporting actors David Warner
Studio Bad Egg inc.
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Movie Reviews : An Exhilarating 'Drive' on the Road to Nowhere
August 07, 1992|MICHAEL WILMINGTON | SPECIAL TO THE TIMES

Two minutes into "Drive" (Los Feliz, Hollywood), during a brief, sizzlingly bright monochrome montage of engines, automotive accessories and L.A. roadways, you can tell that director Jefery Levy has lots of visual style.

And two minutes into the first monologue of David Warner, as the cynical, older Driver who harangues his younger Passenger (Steven Antin), while driving him to their separate computer companies, you can tell that Levy's co-writer, Colin MacLeod, has style too: verbal energy, wit, dash and flair.

At that point, you should probably just settle in for the ride. The movie has its lapses and longueurs , but these people are going to burn up the road.

"Drive" is one of the best and most exciting indie American releases so far this year, an independent American film, made for about half a million dollars, that does exactly what low-budget movies should do. It avoids formula, converts its "limitations" into assets. It's audacious, fiery, defiantly off the mainstream. And it's highly personal. You can sense, as you can't with most big studio movies, that "Drive" is exactly the film its makers wanted to do, that they're not holding anything back, playing anything cagey or close.
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