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Formula One race cars outshine the formula script.
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Rotten: Sylvester Stallone's homoerotic car-racing actioner delivers something between Speed Racer and gay porn.
- Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com, Friday, April 27, 2001
Rotten: Driven is all over the map in more ways than one.
- Bob Graham, San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, April 27, 2001
Mediocre action film directed by Renny Harlin, Driven is a poorly constructed actioner that not even the good looking racing scenes could save. This is a film that doesn't satisfy, and the cast are terrible in their roles. Driven could have been a good film if it had a better script, a better cast and director. Renny Harlin is the type of director that is really hit and miss. In the case of Driven, it's a miss. Driven could have been a good film, but it misses the mark. The only thing the film relies on is its racing sequence, which I admit are great, but the overall problem with the film is that it lacks substance to its plot, and the film goes nowhere. Like I said, the racing sequences are good, but that's about it. The acting is shallow, unimpressive, and you don't care much the characters. Aside from the entertaining racing bits, this film boring, and Renny Harlin has scored another mediocrity fest. This could have been a great film if it had a different director and a much better script; instead the film is plagued with clichs, bad actors and bad characters. Thus, Driven isn't all that good. Once the credits roll, you end up having mixed feelings on the film, and you realize that the film isn't that good. The film is quite mediocre with only a few mildly entertaining bits with little substance or satisfaction.
- TheDudeLebowski65, Friday, December 2, 2011
Oooooooh. It was pretty good. Why is everyone always picking on poor ole Sly?..
- itsjustme2004, Thursday, October 14, 2010