A movie by, for and about the Attention Deficit Disordered.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Unless you find car racing to be a nearly orgasmic experience, Driven offers little in the way of entertainment.
| Original Score: 2/4
Formula One race cars outshine the formula script.
| Original Score: 2/5
Stallone and Car Racing: Just goin' around in circles.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
The scenes appear to have been thrown in a hat and then glued together with nonstop voice-over narration from a pair of TV racing analysts.
With all the style of a decade-old beer commercial, Driven careens from one confrontation to another.
| Original Score: 4/10
Enjoy those racing scenes, and take a nap the rest of the time.
| Original Score: C-
Why bother with developing a story when you've got fast cars and lots of product placement?
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.
Why waste your quarters on the video games in the mall when you can pay $10 to see the same thing on the big screen?
| Original Score: 1/4
Even the race scenes turn the goings on into Formula One for Dummies.
| Original Score: 3/5
It's a terrible film that made no effort of anything but to find a track and go real fast in hope that we wouldn't realize we were only going straight and making lefts.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
It's almost a Pavlovian response for your thumbs to develop a joystick tic while watching this movie.
Settle in for two hours of the funniest stuff you've ever seen onscreen.
Has all the dramatic resonance of a video game.
"Too many cliches signal the checkered flag on this deafening, fast-paced auto-racing picture."
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.
| Original Score: C
Nothing delves into the psyche of the sport.