H&T: Drive Angry 3D Theatrical Review

David Weaver from Home And Theater writes: I have heard many people calling Drive Angry a Grindhouse style film, as in it is trying to recapture and recreate the style of those older campier action movies from back in those exploitation days. While there is plenty to back up that claim I have to slightly disagree with it...slightly. This to me felt more like one of those ridiculous late night Cinemax movies I caught when I was a kid in the mid to late 80's (Drive-In Saturday night anyone?) This is one of those films that shouldn't be measured on its story, its acting, or even its overall quality. This is one of those films that should be measured for the number of naked breasts, number of bodily dismemberments, and how many times the word f**k is used. And by those measurements I have to say that I came away fairly pleased with what I saw...fairly.

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Sunny_D2062d ago

I don't know this movie really doesn't want to make me go and spend extra money to watch it in 3d. When, there are better movies with better special effects