Drifter

2016

Action / Crime / Horror / Thriller

11
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 44%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 3.8 10 423

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Bill Jordan 2 / 10

Not Horror, but Horendous

The movie was so slow, I took to fast forwarding it to get to a scene where something interesting actually happened, and before I knew it, I'd fast-forwarded through the entire thing. It's not scary, it's not gory, you can barely understand much of the dialog, the music adds nothing but more annoyance, and it makes little to no sense. I get that it takes a lot of work to make a movie, even a bad one, but I wonder if anyone involved even watched this after it was done. If they had, they would hopefully have realized they needed to start over.

Reviewed by havenceles 2 / 10

They tried so hard

Have you ever seen a kids school project where they try so hard to do something awesome but the end result is just something sad and a mere shadow of what could have been something good?

Well this is like that.

The videography is beautiful. The movie itself could have been something good. But they just tried to damn hard to be like other directors (see Tarantino) and instead the entire culmination of all of their hard work went to pieces.

At least the scenery was nice.

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 4 / 10

Drifting in and out of homaging better films.....

What little story the film has, it involves two brothers, criminals of course, who are on the road, stealing and killing when necessary.

They venture into unknown territory and get more than they bargained for when they hit the middle of the second act.......and there's no Danny Trejo vampire cameo in this?...

Within 10 seconds of this film starting, you can just feel the writer wants to be the next Tarantino/Ritchie/Smith/add any director who made a change cinematically once, by the attitude of the victim. It's been done a thousand times before, and since 1996, it's not been hip or cool to be showing attitude to someone who has a gun in your face.

Talking about 1996, within two minutes of the film starting, I guarantee 100% you will think of From Dusk Til Dawn. If you don't, then you haven't seen the film. It's just so blatantly obvious, it verges on the offensive.

So like the Brothers Gecko, we have the smartish one, and the slightly off kilter one, the latter being beaten within an inch of his life several times.

Moving on to the second act, and the film decides to ditch Rodriguez, and go for The Hills Have Eyes remake meets The Crazies, and it's baffling. So our two anti-heroes drive into a strange town and instantly get terrorised and seduced by a very strange community, and then the writers try to shock the viewer by Doing......... Something.......... You'd............ Never............ Expect........

Then we get to the final act, and from remakes, the writers decide to go back to the seventies and royally rip off The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, with a little bit of some random actor trying to be a villain from some other comic book film.

And this is where the problem lies. Whilst you are watching the film, you cannot help but think about other, better films, and it distracts you from the narrative of this film.

I will give it one thing though, there are some beautiful shots of the desert, and it has a psychedelic feel to it, but other than that, it's nothing more than a rip off of other films.

Which you would rather be watching.

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