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Simplistically cartoonish and even pulpier than “Pulp Fiction,” “Gangster Squad” won’t be remembered as one of the crime genre’s great cinematic outings. In all fairness though, the film isn’t trying to be the next “L.A. Confidential.”
Ryan Gosling stars in "Drive."
I have to admit when "Drive" first came out in theaters, I really wanted to go see it. After all, it stars Ryan Gosling who couldn't seem to go wrong this year with hits like "Crazy, Stupid Love," and "Ides of March."
George Clooney and Ryan Gosling deliver in the "Ides of March."
You may not learn anything new about how we elect our leaders in the newly-released DVD "Ides of March," but you do learn George Clooney can not only pull off the portrayal of the true politician, but he provides good direction in the riveting film.
There is an element of the absurd prevalent throughout the second half of “Drive” that audiences will either accept and love, or absolutely hate. Surprisingly, I went along for the ride and wound up having fun in spite of my reservations.
Ryan Gosling stars as a wheelman in “Drive.”