Drive follows Toby Wong (Mark Dacascos), whose employers at Hong Kong's Leung Corporation have implanted in his chest a bio-energy module that enhances his physical abilities. Toby has escaped from the Leung Corporation's control and is making his way to Los Angeles, where a competing company has offered to remove the implant and give him his life back.After arriving in San Francisco, Toby encounters -- and, in desparation, kidnaps -- Malik Brodie (Kadeem Hardison), who has the means to get him to Los Angeles. Following close behind are professional assassins and junk-culture connoisseurs Vic Madison (John Pyper-Ferguson) and The Hedgehog (Tracey Walter), who are pursuing Toby in the employ of the Leung Corporation's president, Mr. Lau (James Shigeta).
A prototype enhanced human, on the run from Chinese-hired hit men, hooks up with a dread-locked bystander, and the two of them elude their pursuers narrowly each time. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bill M (kr) wrote: Infuriatingly horrible. Is this seriously what Disney sells to children?
Mohammed A (fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Asif K (ca) wrote: brilliant performances, good first half and then a pretty lame and dumb second. but good story.
Chuckie S (us) wrote: A beautiful film. Great performances
Amber G (jp) wrote: This is an ace kids film! I watched it on Film Four yesterday for about the 5th time and it's still keeps my attention. Ok, so the kids can be annoying and it's not exactly historically accurate, but the villains are ace and the action is non-stop! Richard O'Brian plays a completely different character to what we're used to. Stephanie Beacham is brilliantly evil, and Mel Smith is, as always, comedy gold. Great to watch on a Sunday afternoon.
Cristiano T (jp) wrote: Moitier film d'horreur et moitier thriller, alors que l'on croyait regarder qu'un film d'horreur ordinaire change completement vers la 20ieme minute. Efficace, on se demande ou tout ca va aboutir. Une belle decouverte.
Raymond S (gb) wrote: Quirky But Good For A Watch
Richard S (it) wrote: Excellent Stanley Kramer film. I especially like Simone Signoret acting job.
Greg W (es) wrote: good epic historical drama of sorts well the hollywood version of the rise & fall of napoleon
Paul Z (nl) wrote: There was a humble brilliance that often emerged from the classic Hollywood genre cinema that is perfectly realized in this gritty, sharply written gem helmed by low-budget workhorse Phil Karlson. John Payne's down-trodden protagonist has our sympathy from minute one to fade out, making the detours in the constantly thrilling plot that much more exciting, and the un-noir-like ending gratifying and well-earned. The cast is refreshingly eclectic, distinctive, real, likable and memorable, as is the nuanced night-world atmosphere, which is another equally well-realized character.
Orlok W (br) wrote: Vintage Hitchcock that is a little too stiff for it's own good--Sending Hitch on his way!!
Rob F (fr) wrote: Great true story film/documentary. Felt the same climbing Ben Nevis :)
Grant H (ag) wrote: Great movie. The idea behind this film is breathtakingly fresh and unique, the visual effects are gruesome and effective, the humor is mostly smart and the performances are pretty strong, especially Wilson, Wood and Garcia. I only found four true issues with this movie: the horror/comedy tones conflicted with each other a few too many times, Garcia wasn't in it enough, they made an obligatory Hobbit joke and they had their own poster in the movie. Otherwise, a very great movie.