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Structure: 2/5 | Entertainment: 5/5

A tight thriller with a retro-80s vibe, Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive presents yet another rare occurrence of an entertaining film without the support of a meaningful argument behind it. True, Driver (Ryan Gosling) changes from a man who will only give you five minutes to one who will you give you his life, but the reason for it is generic and simplistic in nature.

He did it for the girl.

And while this is sweet and romantic...

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