Academy award winner Nicolas Cage gives a career-defining performance as Milton, the hard-boiled vigilante from Hell (literally!) on a quest to save his daughter from the clutches of an evil cult! Truly groundbreaking special effects that are frankly so realistic that I had to catch my breath. A must see for any film fan.
I am not willing to give a film in which a giant jawbone floats through the air towards the audience less than 2.5 stars, even if that film is the cinematic equivalent of the Aerosmith arcade game 'Revolution X'. I did not like how puerile and obnoxious it was, but I have a soft spot for both Cage and trashy 3D effects. I don't like how it treats deviance from the masculine norm as synonymous with evil however.
You don't watch a Nic Cage film for the acting. You watch it for the overacting. Except for 'Face Off' where he did a wonderful job of playing Travolta playing him. So he has the ability. It's just that crazy is good for these action films. Another title for this film could be 'Fucking and Killing'.
Pretty awful Nic Cage vehicle driven off the road by apathetic performances and corny visuals. However, William Fichtner seems to be having the time of his life as the devil's "accountant".Fichtner owns every scene he appears in almost letting see past amer heard's strong bimbo, Billy Burke's silly devil worshipper/messiah and Cage's bad dye job (what no hairdressers in hell). Save your time on this one.
cages best serious action flick since face off. Two decent villans and a decent rock/synth mix score with alot of action make drive angry one of the best 3D produced movies to date. The only weakness of the film is that sometimes it forgets its a 3D film but the action is well done enough to forgive.