Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has announced DVD and Blu-ray releases of Drive which stars Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, and Bryan Cranston. Each will be available to own from January 31st. The only extra material will be featurettes (“Drive Without A Driver: Entretien Avec Nicolas Winding Refn”, “I Drive”, “Under The Hood”, “Driver and Irene”, “Cut To The Chase”).
But even with the light extras, this is a movie worth getting, a definite cult classic in the realm of Pulp Fiction. A movie with a deeper meaning, intense scenes, great acting, nice setting and a kick ass soundtrack. I have never liked Ryan Gosling before, but I have definitely fallen for him here, a big man crush, you gotta like pass his very mono-tone personality and see a deeper guy, who is lonely, caring, violent, intense, and unpredictable. The movie is no Inception, not a lot of thinking is needed, because it is very straight foreword, all you really need more of a perceptive mind, the ability to understand people and see something deeper. And I hate the whole talk that because it is call “Drive” there should of been more driving, well I think that that was more of a symbol or that there was a deeper meaning, like having the drive to do what one wants. For example, Ryan’s character never really caring about himself in any situation, with the drive to only help Carey Mulligan’s character fine any kind of happiest.
Besides for the acting, I loved the setting and soundtrack of the movie, which was very old school and basic. And it felt like it went back to those 80s style action shows, with its 80s electronic soundtrack was total rocking, and gave the movie a perfect atmosphere. So all I can say is that I really love this movie from beginning to end, please check this out.