Los Angeles, CA, USA
Nolan does a superb job of telling a complex story out of chronological order and also does a great job of heightening the suspense and mystery to the level where it has you in a firm grip. The acting and settings are truly marvelous. The subject matter is truly unique and full of amazement.
This movie takes a sobering look at the reality of what most of us would like to think is progress. The rhythm and aesthetic feel of the movie adds importance and doom to the subject at hand. I am glad this movie is here at a crucial time, for we are all in a "progress trap"
"Drive" is one the most beautiful shot movies. The cinematography is amazing and without a doubt stunning. This is the only reason why I gave it five stars. Ryan Gosling's acting can seem awkward at times. Albert Brooks and Bryan Cranston were amazing in this movie. The music is good, but too on-the-nose. This movie is the best music video, and that is not necessarily a bad thing.