No matter how much you beat him, shoot him, hang him, or hell even stab him you just can't just kill a dead man!!!!!
The plot/storyline was pretty much out of horror flick and a race car movies more or as most people call a "Grindhouse" if you call it that. Most of the movie seems to be a stereotypical action flick with all the pumped action, naked chicks (I'd really like that), the main female character has to be both sexy and tough,nice car chases, sometimes damsel in distress moments, and sometimes. Don't get me wrong I like what I just defined here. Sometimes in the movie there is brutal killings from both Cage's character and William Fichtner's character who both seem to be a little sadist. Though movie does impress with the action, the shoot outs, the naked women, and the car chases.
The acting was perfect for the actors such as Cage, Fichtner, and Billy Burke. All three of them made the movie a genuine action flick and as well giving it the supernatural feel which I very much said before i'd enjoyed it. But Amber Heard who previously been in Never Back Down as Baja Miller, Pineapple Express as Angie Anderson, Zombieland as 406, The Stepfather as Kelley Porter. Her performance is a little off, was it that her country accent was off or was that her character was always the damsel in distress. I don't know what was it but she was ok while in the movie.
The 3d in the movie sucked. Most of the time the movie 3d was off, such as when bullets fly off the screen they don't fly off, most of the time 3d is mostly destruction.
The movie tries to be a basic explotation film or Grindhouse from the 80's or 70's because it shows most of the Grindhouse cliches such as The Tough main lead character, the non-stop destruction or explosions, the countless blood shed. I always said I like those type of movies but I was hoping it could've been a little different but it wasn't but I do admit the movie did try to be different.
There's nothing wrong the movie and it's very enjoyable to watch but with the cliches and the not-so-great and not-so-bad performance from Amber Heard. Like I said it's a straight forward action and I do love it. If it had the Tarantino logo or the Rodriguez logo on it, it could've been a better movie and the Tarantino fans and Troublemaker (Rodriguez) fans will have seen and loved it. But they didn't see it and they could've loved it.
So "Drive angry" is pretty much the best Grindhouse flick this year has too offer.