Stream and scream away if you have the patience, for this one's dumbly rehashing the "Fast and Furious" flavour, cocktailed with tricks that reveal the hangover of assorted Hollywood hits, notably "Ocean's Eleven". For whatever remaining runtime they had to fill up, the "Dhoom" formula is stuffed in (which itself never looked very original in the first pace).
It doesn't take 10 minutes into the film for the awful question to hammer your brain: Why was "Drive" made at all in the first place? If it had to be made, why did Netflix have to pick this up? The film, with all its supercars and sizzle, is like a ramshackle ride on four wheels that struggles to keep moving.
Okay, we don't expect