Drive, He Said (1971)

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Directed By Jack Nicholson Starring Karen Black  •  Michael Margotta  •  Henry Jaglom  •  William Tepper  •  Bruce Dern Genres Drama  •  New Hollywood  •  Sports Drama Studios &
The Criterion Collection  •  Sony Pictures Choice Collection
Release Info June 30, 1971
Color  •  95 minutes R Rated R
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60sCine on 2/27/2013 Reply  · 

Lets face it, Jack and his buddies were doing some psychedelic drugs when discovering this book and trying to write this movie. A lot of critics dismissed it saying it didn't make any sense or there was Roger Ebert who said it was disorganized but occasionally brilliant. I think it is in places, and of course it is a time capsule of what the college life was like amidst the politics of the time. To me it is an artistic film that has a brilliance you can't quite put your finger on. After I watched it, I kept thinking about it and came to really admire it. If you're open minded enough to take a chance and think after watching it, then I highly suggest it. It was made during Hollywood's greatest era, when young and hip writers, directors and actors were really pushing boundaries and getting their inspiration from the gutsy European artists like Truffaut, Godard, Bergman and Anotnioni to name a few. Watch it and live it!

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