Drive Me Crazy [Blu-ray]
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What I encountered was a film that is still very much rooted in the teen "prom" genre, but is slightly deeper and sophisticated (as well as more ponderous and slow-moving) than I expected. It's quite a biting and penetrating observation of the high school social hierarchy as well as the conflicting emotions of young love. Think of it as a more serious version of Clueless with a dash of Dangerous Liaisons thrown in.
Nicole Maris (Melissa Joan Hart) is a pretty and popular girl at the Timothy Zonin High School (definitely in the "in" crowd) who is organising a big formal dance celebrating the centenary anniversary of her school. She has the hots for school basketball star Brad (Gabriel Carpenter) and hopes he will be her date for the dance.
Neighbour and fellow classmate Chase Hammon (Adrian Grenier) is on the other side of the school social stratum. Sporting a "rebel without a cause" attitude and a grungy appearance, he hangs out with nerdy Ray (Kris Park) and "Designated Dave" (Mark Webber) - the latter so-nicknamed because he doesn't drink therefore he always chauffeurs the other kids when they are blind drunk and want to go back home after a party.Read more ›
Watching their friendship go all over the screen and how one another cares for the other and them remembering what they had before is really nice. This isn't just a romance,keep that in mind,this is a teen drama romance comedy. The ending always kills me with QUESTIONS.
This is a movie I can sit and watch over and over...I might go watch it now.Hopefully Netflix has it!
Bottom line is that this movie is no five star classic and could easily bore anyone in the audience over thirty, but if you fall in the intended demographic for this movie or have nothing to do for ninety minutes, then there are worse things to do with your life then watching Drive Me Crazy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
hard to follow the plot line, far too many dark scenes where characters and action were obscuredPublished 1 month ago by Bob G.
Enjoy this flick with Melissa before she ballooned from shooting out several kids. Adrian has good scenes with Ali Landry looking homely in red hair.Published 1 month ago by BMX
It was a rainy day and this was a good way to spend a couple of hours.Published 1 month ago by Cheryl