Formula One race cars outshine the formula script.
| Original Score: 2/5
Less a look at Formula One than a pilot for a flat sub-Aaron Spelling sudser that just happens to be set in the world of auto racing.
| Original Score: 1/4
This is a boys' movie, with the understated, depressed-sounding Stallone reading his own script with the world-weariness of a fallen king far from love and glory.
The dialogue is so bad in Driven that at one of the dramatic points, the crowd erupted in laughter.
...excels with pure visceral thrills but merely toddles by with its story and characters.
| Original Score: 3/4
Intento de escapismo hollywoodense que se queda a medio camino por lo risible de su argumento y lo inanimado de sus actuaciones.
| Original Score: 2/4
The story is sluggish to begin with and it's not exactly revved up by the casting of Kip Pardue, Til Schweiger and Estella Warren, three pretty faces, each capable of approximately three expressions.
Stallone. Harlin. Samaha. Brains Wide Shut.
Stallone and Car Racing: Just goin' around in circles.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
Stallone plays a down-and-outer, a washed-up athlete who makes a comeback and proves himself a hero. No, wait. That was Rocky. No matter.
| Original Score: 4/10
Conviction goes out the window, and stays there.
Nothing delves into the psyche of the sport.
| Original Score: C
As corny as a tankful of gasohol.
This is the kind of flick that finds two racers seriously endangering the city streets only to have a Yoda/Luke moment and walk away without so much as a police warning.
Red flags (not checkered) abound in the banal script, silly dialogue, and the age-defying stretch marks on the face of Burt Reynold.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
Manages the difficult feat of appearing lavishly expensive and irredeemably cheesy all at once.
as a thinly disguised allegory for the fading career of Sylvester Stallone, it is a perversely enjoyable ride filled with retro pleasures and immense camp potential.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
The gray area between what men are and what they do for a living is clumsily explored.
"Too many cliches signal the checkered flag on this deafening, fast-paced auto-racing picture."
Special effects lap the field, while the plot is in the pits.