WHAT COULD IT MEAN, REFN?!
Didn’t he die? (Um, spoilers?)(But that movie came out in 2011 so it’s on you if that is spoiled)(I mean that is dedication to not knowing that information, which is impressive, but why would you let down your guard here?)(That just makes no sense)(Also I love parenthetical asides so much) Will all these movies take place in heaven? IS IT THE COLIN BURPO BIOPIC?
A) He didn’t die, he was just wounded at the end
B) It’s COLTON Burpo
C) I still love you, and I’m not trying to be a dickwad; this is actually as nice as I can be considering I’ve had to fast since yesterday for my blood screening today, which directly conflicts with my gluttonous nature.
No, no. I deserve disdain for my Burpo error. Now I;ll NEVER get into heaven.
At least you can maybe tell us if Hell is for real, too!
It is. It’s called Michael’s Crafts.
Hobby Lobby is worse, by a pretty wide margin.
Haha, I love how this article says that there definitely won’t be a sequel, but there may be a “Driver-centric spinoff.” Gee, a spinoff of an earlier movie that features the same protagonist? If only there were a word for such a thing!
Part of what made the Driver so interesting in Drive was that we knew very little about him. The movie gave you little pieces of information but his past is mostly unknown. I think to make a spinoff or whatever might kind of debase the character to a degree. I don’t want to know anything else about him.
I hope this next movie starts with someone walking past him in the hall and saying, “Sup, Steve.”
I hope he has a sassy sidekick, ideally a talking car!!
I want the Driver to show up in the Peanuts movie.
Or in a sexy Dickens reboot!
The Driver as… Miss Havisham (nailed it).
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