It's a good movie about what happened to John DeLorean during design and producing of his famous car, the car that we saw on Back to the future.Decoration, acting and flow of events are good enough but not as exciting as the subject itself.
Driven (2019) 1080p YIFY Movie
Driven (2019) 1080p
Driven is a movie starring Erin Moriarty, Lee Pace, and Judy Greer. Intense thriller where politics, big business and narcotics collide.
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The Synopsis for Driven (2019) 1080p
After he's busted for smuggling coke on his plane, Jim Hoffman has a chance to start over in a lush, affluent suburb of San Diego. Jim and his wife, Ellen are surprised to find maverick auto mogul John DeLorean lives in a glamorous house down the street. Soon an unexpected friendship forms between the two men, just as John's new venture--the DeLorean Motor Company--is taking off. But with the FBI pushing Jim to inform on his flashy former dealer, Morgan Hetrick and John's financing falling through the cracks, things are far from idyllic...and about to take a dark turn. Based on the real events that would become the celebrity scandal of it's generation.
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The Reviews for Driven (2019) 1080p
Elon Musk of the 70s.Reviewed byrahmanismVote: 7/10
...if it wasn't for the terrible writing. The screenplay had many plot and technical issues. The pacing was terrible that the 108 min run-time felt much longer. Too many long dragged out/unnecessary scenes that should've been edited down/out to fix the plot issues - e.g. why the briefcase (without giving away any spoilers) - an important omission of that detail, no? The editing wasn't any better. The sound/score was off and out of place in some scenes. Directing/camera work and cinematography was decent, but the production overall still felt like a low budget B-grade film from inexperienced filmmakers. On the plus side, casting was great and all actors where convincing, especially Lee Pace and Jason Sudeikis. Overall it was still an enjoyable biopic on John DeLorean. It's a generous 7/10 from me
Sudeikis is either woefully miscast or makes terrible character choices in this movie. His performance prevents what is essentially a poorly-written "rise, fall, rise again" drug movie from being enjoyable. It's not entirely his fault, though. The plot is inexplicable, with events occurring seemingly out of nowhere almost as though they're checklist items. Performances, notably Lee Pace's are confusing because his character behaves extremely inconsistently throughout the film. There are flashbacks/forwards that don't happen often enough to keep up with. I'm assuming the movie fell apart in the editing bay, but that's a hard thing to say for sure.
The production designer and cinemtagrahper do amazing work here, capturing the detail and saturated color of the Big 80s. Shout out to them.