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The plot strains credulity so much that even that action-happy audience might reject the show.
The show still lacks the charisma that a serialized story requires to keep viewers coming back for more.
The first hour left me a bit cold, but the second, which arrived yesterday, filled in enough of the blanks to take me as far as Monday.
The driving sequences are pretty cool, thanks to the latest in video-computer technology.
It must be said that for all the PR hype about "Drive" using fantastic new special-effects technology, some of the driving looks totally fake, like animation on an arcade game.
Muddled and befuddled from the outset, "Drive" represents a new kind of automotive hybrid -- a scripted treasure hunt designed to look like a reality show, well-stocked with the worst elements of both.
At once exasperating and mesmerizing, utterly ridiculous if you read too much into it but utterly beguiling on its face.
Drive quickly asserts itself as an enjoyably diverting peel-out - brainless but not stupid, a well-stirred conspiracy/action mixture in keeping with Fox's no-seat-belts hits 24 and Prison Break.
Audience Reviews for Drive: Season 1
Feb 27, 2020I was very disappointed that this series didn't continue.