Drivers Wanted (2005)





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Welcome to the world of the pizza delivery driver! Join the ride with the rowdy gang from "Bob's Pizza" as they take us on all their crazy adventures around the neighborhood. Philosophize with SHELDON, honk your horn with FRIENDLY, drive your El Camino with MANG, run from dogs with RUPERT, scam a tip with TYLER, find the man of your dreams with Little DEBBIE, and get revenge on all the rude customers with PETER the Chinese food man! Meet the whole entertaining TOWN as this unconventional cast of characters unravels their personalities and paints for us a dead-on and WILDLY FUNNY portrait of pizza delivery.--© Official Site
Comedy , Documentary , Special Interest
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David Sirk
as Sheldon
Brian Osborne
as Friendly
Dave Spiecher
as Rupert
Two Sari
as Peter
Tree Clemonds
as Debbie
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Critic Reviews for Drivers Wanted

All Critics (4)

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Full Review… | December 6, 2005
Film Threat

Ever wonder why your pizza delivery person seems to be suffering from advanced hallucinatory schizophrenia with involuntary narcissistic rage?

May 21, 2005
Planet Sick-Boy

Simply goes on way too long, the good parts diluted by marginal material the same way anchovies'll ruin a perfectly good Meat Lover's Special.

Full Review… | May 21, 2005
Film Threat

The writing is humorous, if not especially daring. The editing, though, could be more crisp.

Full Review… | May 21, 2005
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Audience Reviews for Drivers Wanted

Tim Biedeck is no Kevin Smith and Drivers Wanted played more like a home movie of the director having fun with some friends rather than a legitimate film. The few random moments of what seemed to be improvisation were more entertaining than the script itself. Something so unrefined should not have been so lengthy, should have undergone further editing and possible reworking of the script and casting as many of the "starring" roles added to the unbelievability and tedium of having to sit through it in its entirety.

Serious Sam
Serious Sam

[b]Trailer Rating: [/b]This would be a great documentary or a great movie, but choosing to do this in mockumentary form is obviously a big mistake. The trailer looks like it was edited by middle schoolers. The only hope for this movie is that some big studio buys it for the rights and chooses to remake it immediately.

Emil VonAssKick
Emil VonAssKick

[color=white]I attended the auditions for the next release from this director, Sophmore. I own two copies of this movie and hope it will do very well in the theaters.[/color]

Brian Meehan
Brian Meehan

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