March 5, 2011
March 5, 2011
Family-Faith Film Review: Drive Angry
By Catholic Office of Film and Broadcasting
Drive Angry — Over-the-top, hyper-violent 3-D action flick weaving a vendetta theme into a demonic road trip narrative. In director and co-writer Patrick Lussier’s noisy story — which manages to affront audiences on every level — doomed soul Nicolas Cage escapes from hell and travels through the desolate American West on a mission to rescue his infant granddaughter from being sacrificed by a Satanic cult. He’s accompanied by a potty-mouthed waitress (Amber Heard), and trailed by an ever-so-polite fallen angel (William Fichtner). Frivolous treatment of the supernatural, intense, sometimes grotesque gun, knife and sexual violence, graphic sexual encounters, full-frontal female nudity, pervasive rough, crude and crass language. O — morally offensive. (R) 2011
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