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.
NEW YORK – Midway through Drive Angry, Nicolas Cage’s avenging escapee from Hell brushes off questions by saying, “We don’t have time to explain.” The screenwriters of this explosively addled 3D grindhouse fodder appear to share that attitude, until they relent and sketch in some plot detail. Too bad they didn’t keep quiet.
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