Drive In (2001) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Hello everyone on here. I am a big movie-TV series buff. I stumbled on this movie while visting another website, and it linked me over to amazon. In some cases, these reviews I have already read from other amazon members on here are right about one thing. this is a B-movie no doubt about that. Drive-In is the story of a lonely boy who has cruel mean parents, and he’s locked in his room for most of his life. The only thing outside of reality that intertains him the most is that across the street from his bedroom window is you-guessed it… he sees a DRIVE-IN THEATER… While looking at the drive-in from his bedroom window, he sees on the drive-in screen playing nothing but B-Troma slasher movies. and while no gore is being perfected or shown in this movie in anyway. this is a movie that I want to see. from the reviews on here that I have already read, it is with the greatest respect to me, a certain fan base of the film and judging by the reviews… and out of respect for the DRIVE-IN THEATER… I am giving this a 5 star. this is my rating… because I am a DRIVE-IN THEATER FAN… And I will being ordering this movie ammediatly. thanks again amazon.
Synopsis:After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.
About Drive In (2001)
Starring: James Karen, Naomi Watts, Robert Forster, Bonnie Aarons, Dan Hedaya, Justin Theroux, Laura Harring, Missy Crider, Katharine Towne, Patrick Fischler, Michael Des Barres, Lee Grant, Rita Taggart, Michael Cooke, Lori Heuring, Ann Miller, Brent Briscoe, Scott Coffey, Billy Ray Cyrus, Chad Everett, Angelo Badalamenti, Marcus Graham, Robert Katims, Jeanne Bates, Dan Birnbaum, Randall Wulff, Maya Bond, Michael J. Anderson, Joseph Kearney, Enrique Buelna
Runtime: 147 minutes
Director: David Lynch
MPAA Rating: R