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September 16, 2011
R , 1 hr 40 min
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Synopsis: A stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver has a price on his head after a botched robbery.
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Nicolas Winding Refn
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By Joe Morgenstern
Few actors working today could make emotional sense of such a protean character, but Ryan Gosling does so with calm authority. He's a...
By Ann Hornaday
Low-key, sleek and sophisticated, Drive provides the visceral pleasures of pulp without sacrificing art. It's cool and smart. Some critics...
By Peter Travers
A brilliant piece of nasty business that races on a B-movie track until it switches to the dizzying fuel of undiluted creativity. Damn,...
By Stephanie Zacharek
Drive not only met my hopes; it charged way over the speed limit, partly because it's an unapologetically commercial picture that defies...
By Wesley Morris
The movie has you from its nearly wordless opening sequence.
By Roger Ebert
The entire film, in fact, seems much more real than the usual action-crime-chase concoctions we've grown tired of. Here is a movie with...
By Claudia Puig
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By Lisa Schwarzbaum
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Rated R | For Strong brutal bloody violence, language and some nudity
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Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 17 & under
Crime drama is exciting, well-made, and shockingly violent.
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