Bloody, existential film is a thrill
Eric Helton

Peter Travers loves Drive, the potentially polarizing drama by Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn. The bloody, existential picture captures Los Angeles like no other film and features a truly terrifying performance by comedian Albert Brooks which is likely to earn major Oscar buzz.

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