He will work for anyone who contacts him as long as they follow his rules. The driver works at a garage fixing cars for his friend Shannon, played by Bryan Cranston. A lot of people on like Drive. Our hero gets more than he bargained for when he meets the man who is married to the woman he loves. Driver is a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day and steering getaway vehicles for armed heists by night.
When Irene's husband gets out of jail, he enlists Driver's help in a million-dollar heist. The job goes horribly wrong, and Driver must risk his life to protect Irene and Benicio from the vengeful masterminds behind the robbery. Nothing here is reflective of real life. You can't accuse someone of being part of a circlejerk for liking an unpopular movie. Drive is a film that is shocking, romantic, violent and touching all at the same time. The job goes horribly wrong, and Driver must risk his life to protect Irene and Benicio from the vengeful masterminds behind the robbery.
. The driver, however, hopes to simply remain a friend. Soon the driver finds himself entangled in a web of intrigue and lies and must find a way to save both himself and Irene. After a heist intended to pay off Standard's protection money spins unpredictably out of control, Driver finds himself driving defense for the girl he loves, tailgated by a syndicate of deadly serious criminals. Soon the three have formed a close friendship. Nope, look at the box office. The driver has a secret, however.
I loved the way this movie started with the awesome get away, but by the end I was a pretty disappointed in the lack of realistic consequences. Though as time goes on, synthesis gets better and better, and the line between acoustic instruments and synthesizers will be rather blurred indeed, so I wouldn't write off synthesizers in general. Most moviegoers in real life haven't even heard of it and don't give a shit about it even if they have seen it. The realistic consequence is that the Driver knew once Irene saw that part of him they would never be together. This place isn't the world. When the driver meets his neighbor Irene, played by Carey Mulligan, and her young son Benicio, he quickly realizes that his focus in life has shifted.
I'm arguing against idiots like you seeing everything in terms of. These personalities are thrown in a blender and strained to meet whatever the plot requires. I may have a problem. In order to protect Irene and Benicio, the driver agrees to help in the pawn shop robbery. Once in a while he acts as a professional get-away driver for robbers. Drive is not a popular film at all.
Drive is a female fantasy movie, in the same vane that in a male fantasy, women can be demure and motherly but sluts in the bedroom. But when he realizes that the gangsters are after more than the bag of cash in his trunk - that they're coming straight for Irene and her son - Driver is forced to shift gears and go on offense. Cast: , , , , , , Kaden Leos, Director: Genres: Crime drama , Production Co: Marc Platt Productions, Motel Movies Distributors: FilmDistrict Keywords: , , , , , ,. Ryan Gosling plays the male counterpart. If the female fantasy is to have a sensitive, quiet guy who is also willing to stomp some dude then the two characters reactions at the beginning and end of the scene would have been different. A mysterious man who has multiple jobs as a garage mechanic, a Hollywood stuntman and a getaway driver seems to be trying to escape his shady past as he falls for his neighbor - whose husband is in prison and who's looking after her child alone. .
I get you though, right now they are associated with a particular sound, which isn't for everyone. The perfect world Irene and Benicio formed with the driver comes crashing down, and the driver is left on the outskirts of their family. Go talk to any normal person. When Irene's husband gets out of jail, he enlists Driver's help in a million-dollar heist. Overarching plot on a grand scale follows Goslings and Cooper's tangled stories over a couple decades.
Meanwhile, his garage mechanic boss is trying to set up a race team using gangland money, which implicates our driver as he is to be used as the race team's main driver. This movie was much more intense then I ever would have thought. This movie was so much more than I was expecting. Though he projects an icy exterior, lately he's been warming up to a pretty neighbor named Irene Carey Mulligan and her young son, Benicio Kaden Leos. Staring Gosling and Bradley Cooper, it is very much like Drive. You're trying to argue about some real unimportant shit bro. The movie focuses on the driver, played by Academy Award-nominee Ryan Gosling, whose name is never mentioned.
His speed and driving skills ensure that his clients always get away from the scene of their crime. Oscar Issac was great even though his role was short, Bryan Cranston killed it again, and Ryan Gosling gave a great performance of very few words. However, things quickly go wrong in every way possible. He is very attracted to Irene and enjoys spending time with Benicio. Driver Ryan Gosling is a skilled Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver for criminals. I now have quite the impressive dvd collection since finding it. That's why it's called a cult classic, rather than a classic.
Then the story takes a massive turn. Though a loner by nature, Driver can't help falling in love with his beautiful neighbor Irene, a vulnerable young mother dragged into a dangerous underworld by the return of her ex-convict husband Standard. He's sensitive, quiet and kind but will stomp somebodies brains in when he has to. Though he projects an icy exterior, lately he's been warming up to a pretty neighbor named Irene Carey Mulligan and her young son, Benicio Kaden Leos. I've never had any issues with the discs and its turned me on to movie I would've never gotten otherwise because they pretty much have everything there so I can just walk around and if I see something I have heard about or even sometimes if it just looks cool I'll buy it because three bucks isn't really a gamble. . .