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By Stephanie Zacharek
There's even a shootout sequence that plays out, from start to finish, while our hero is in flagrante. That's something I don't believe I've ever seen in a movie.
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By James Berardinelli
The appeal of Drive Angry is much the same as that of "Piranha": a willingness to revel in absurdity to the degree where the exhilaration is infectious.
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Orlando Sentinel

By Roger Moore
Heard sets herself up as a Megan Fox with talent. And Cage? He delivers. Mock him for his bad choices if you will, but consider this. Who else could have made this work, or would even want to?
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Washington Post

"Drive Trashy" would be a more accurate title for the first 45 minutes of this gore-spurting, sex-flaunting romp. And that's the good part.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Here is an exercise in deliberate vulgarity, gross excess, and the pornography of violence, not to forget garden variety pornography. You get your money's worth.
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Pure grindhouse, so committed to its own junkiness that it is, in its way, a pleasure to behold.
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The Hollywood Reporter

Director Patrick Lussier and his co-screenwriter Todd Farmer string together smash-up car chases, hyper-violent physical clashes, flying viscera and a dollop of sex and nudity with ludicrous dialogue and only a passing concern for logic in this high-octane trash.
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Patrick Lussier is listed as The Director, though I saw no evidence of anyone in control.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Even the film's one "original" twist is just a desperate attempt to link it up to Ghost Rider, the only lousy Nicolas Cage action film that is actually spawning a sequel.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Drive Angry is something new for Cage - a movie that feels like it's straight FROM cable.
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44 out of 100
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