Must Watch: Awesome Animated Tribute to Ryan Gosling in 'Drive'
Some Heroes Are Real. Thanks to a tip from Bleeding Cool, we found this rather awesome animated tribute to Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive, starring Ryan Gosling as the Driver. It was created by Bruno et Tom on Vimeo, aka Tom Haugomat & Bruno Mangyoku, and is a quick 60-sec recap of some of the best moments. It's just badass. I was waiting for this happen, when I first saw Drive in Cannes I knew it would have an amazing cult appeal, and was waiting for it to be released, so we could finally see awesome art and tributes like this that have been pouring in ever since. If you loved Drive as much as us, then you've got to see this!
Drive is directed by Danish filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn, of the Pusher trilogy, Bronson and Valhalla Rising previously. The screenplay was written by Hossein Amini (The Four Feathers, Killshot, 47 Ronin), adapted from James Sallis' novel. This first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, where Refn went on to win Best Director. It was released in theaters on September 16th earlier this year. FilmDistrict will put out Drive on Blu-Ray and DVD starting January 31st. I love this movie, too - can't wait to own it! Awesome?
Reader Feedback - 14 Comments
I adore the 'darker view' they took, this direction makes it feel simple, blunt & straight to the point...
Agent Kid Society on Nov 30, 2011
feels like a video game intro
Anonymous on Nov 30, 2011
Where'd the bullet go?
Kess Broekman-Dattner on Nov 30, 2011
Maria on Nov 30, 2011
Freaking awesome. Dope stuff. Love that movie.
Johnny Neat on Nov 30, 2011
i second kess broekman-dattner's query. isn't it supposed to be a bullet and not a nail?
Just Visiting on Nov 30, 2011
Yup, huge mistake if you ask me
Ricardo_PT on Dec 1, 2011
I feel like it loses the intensity that the movie had in either of those incredibly violent scenes. I like the riding in the car though. But the violence here just feels really bludgeony and not intense or passionate in any way.
John I.G. on Dec 1, 2011
made me laugh
Anonymous on Dec 1, 2011
What song is that?
Typath on Dec 1, 2011
Typath on Dec 2, 2011
Now there's no need to watch the whole movie. (The opening scene was the best part.)
rennmaxbeta on Dec 2, 2011
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