Drive Review: Netizens Cannot Understand Why The ‘Pointless’ Movie Exists (Photo Credit: Instagram)
Karan Johar’s second Netflix outing as a producer, Drive that also marks Sushant Singh Rajput and Jacqueline Fernandes debut into digital space in streaming on Netflix now the verdict by the netizens is already out.
If you are planning to catch up with this action thriller that has a major Dhoom and fast and Furious hangover this weekend, read these tweets first.
For the unversed, The ‘Drive trailer reveals that Sushant plays a Formula One test driver. while Jacqueline is into street racing. They team up after a few, ‘vacay at exotic locales sequence’ to pull out a theft of 300 kg at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Netizens has slammed the film for its ‘poor VFX’.
Some pointed out it closely resembles that of an 200s video game. Some couldn’t comprehend why Netflix agreed to stream the film.
This Sushant Singh Rajput starrer is so singularly pointless that, I'm wondering how come Netflix agreed to do it in the first place— BihariBabu (@mayanksledger) November 1, 2019
Netflix has some terrible movies but nothing tops Drive
I'm actually feeling bad for Ryan Gosling ðŸ˜œ#Drive pic.twitter.com/Tjl8EW2IQO
#Drive #Drive— Bishrant (@bishrant11) November 1, 2019
Why isn't there a negative rating system?
Kasam se -100 du to wo bhi kam padega
Only thing worth watching is @Asli_Jacqueline and her hot legs
Watch Donald trump do standup instead
Am i correct n assuming tht @karanjohar s so jealous/scared of @itsSSR achieving success n bw what wth #Chhichhore success & Sush getting praised 4 his perf n Sonchiriya that he decided 2 finally release #Drive knowing that Sushant & the movie will be bashedðŸ¤”ðŸ¤¬ðŸÂÂðŸÂÂ— Sheena (@queenofourheart) November 1, 2019
Directed by Tarun Mansukhani, the action film also features Vibha Chhibber, Sapna Pabbi and Vikramjeet Virk. The film was initially supposed to release in theatres around Holi this year but was later moved to September 7 and then to November 1 at Netflix.