History YMMV / Drive

7th Jan '18 10:37:22 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]]. Not to mention that both movies sees [[spoiler:Gosling's character drowning a villain in the Pacific Ocean, getting into a fight with a knife welding opponent that leaves him seriously injured, before it ends with him [[DiesWideOpen Dying Wide Open]], [[GainaxEnding or at least coming close to it]].]]

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** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]]. Not to mention that both movies sees [[spoiler:Gosling's character drowning a villain in the Pacific Ocean, getting into a fight with a knife welding opponent that leaves him seriously injured, before it ends with him [[DiesWideOpen Dying Wide Open]], [[GainaxEnding or at least coming close to it]].]]it]]]].
7th Jan '18 10:36:56 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]]. Not to mention that both movies end with [[spoiler:a quiet, slow scene of Gosling's character [[DiesWideOpen Dying Wide Open]], [[GainaxEnding or at least coming close to it]].]]

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** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]]. Not to mention that both movies end with [[spoiler:a quiet, slow scene of Gosling's sees [[spoiler:Gosling's character drowning a villain in the Pacific Ocean, getting into a fight with a knife welding opponent that leaves him seriously injured, before it ends with him [[DiesWideOpen Dying Wide Open]], [[GainaxEnding or at least coming close to it]].]]
21st Oct '17 8:03:43 AM Dracosolon
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** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]].

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** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]]. Not to mention that both movies end with [[spoiler:a quiet, slow scene of Gosling's character [[DiesWideOpen Dying Wide Open]], [[GainaxEnding or at least coming close to it]].]]
13th Oct '17 10:02:53 AM Nikumubeki
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* HilariousInHindsight: Late in the film, Shannon (played by Bryan Cranston) mentions a character [[Series/BreakingBad fleeing to Belize]].

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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Late in the film, Shannon (played by Bryan Cranston) mentions a character [[Series/BreakingBad fleeing to Belize]].Belize]].
** The [[MemeticMutation memetic song]] with the lyrics "A real human being. And a real hero." gains a prophetic twist when you consider one of [[Film/BladeRunner2049 Ryan Gosling's later roles]].
5th Oct '17 12:53:15 PM MatthewRenn
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** The use of Riz Ortolani "Oh My Love" during the beach scene, and the artful but brutal nature of the violence is highly evocative of Italian {{giallo}} films of the same period.
** The presence of Laurene Landon (of ''ManiacCop'' fame), the synthesizer score, [[{{squick}} squicky violence]], and the gritty, neon-lit cinematography recall the 1980's exploitation films of directors like William Lustig.
4th Aug '17 3:17:29 PM trixus
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: One propagated by posters on ImageBoards holds that the Driver is actually [[AmbiguousDisorder autistic]], although given the general tenor of content posted on the boards this is in all likelihood intended to be PlayedForLaughs.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: One propagated by posters on ImageBoards holds that the Driver is actually [[AmbiguousDisorder autistic]], although given the general tenor of content posted on the boards this is in all likelihood intended to be PlayedForLaughs.PlayedForLaughs or jabbing at how he doesn't speak much.
29th Jun '17 2:51:55 PM Keeyla
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** Made worse by the obvious OscarBait that did win [[Film/TheArtist best picture and best director.]] Drive is still discussed enthusiastically in many circles while most people know ''Film/TheArtist'' as "that black and white movie".
5th May '17 11:57:59 PM tvtroper7991
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* TearJerker: Irene and the Driver are alienated from each other seconds after their first kiss when he kills a thug in front of her. She returns to knock on his door some time later with a look of reconciliation, [[spoiler: but he's gone. They're never going to meet again]].

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* TearJerker: Irene and the Driver are alienated from each other seconds after their first kiss when he kills a thug in front of her. She returns to knock on his door some time later with a look of reconciliation, [[spoiler: but he's gone. They're never going to meet again]]. The look on his face in the end says it all...




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** The Driver as well by the end of the movie.
12th Jan '17 2:05:07 PM DustSnitch
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* CreepyAwesome: The driver never blinks, has only a few lines of dialogue, and ''barely'' expresses any emotion. The only thing keeping him from being TheSociopath outright is his obvious affection for [[MoralityPet Irene.]] In spite of being walking NightmareFuel, however, he's still a {{badass}}.

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* CreepyAwesome: The driver never blinks, has only a few lines of dialogue, and ''barely'' expresses any emotion. The only thing keeping him from being TheSociopath outright is his obvious affection for [[MoralityPet Irene.]] In spite of being walking NightmareFuel, however, he's still a {{badass}}.badass.
29th Nov '16 10:59:13 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Sean Salazar is [[Series/{{Revolution}} Jason Neville]]. Also, Violet Trimble is a pre-''Film/{{Superbad}}'' Creator/EmmaStone.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: While Creator/NathanFillion was the headline member of the cast at the time, nowadays people are far more likely to notice Creator/EmmaStone from before her StarMakingRole in ''Film/{{Superbad}}''. J. D. Pardo, who plays Sean Salazar is [[Series/{{Revolution}} Salazar, also went on to play Jason Neville]]. Also, Violet Trimble is a pre-''Film/{{Superbad}}'' Creator/EmmaStone.
Neville on ''Series/{{Revolution}}''.
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