Against the tranquil backdrop of a game reserve, South African thriller Night Drive tracks a group of tourists left stranded during a night-time game drive after their vehicle breaks down. As a series of terrifying events unfolds, the tourists realise that wild animals are the least of their fears.
- Category:Thriller, Horror
- Stars:Christopher Beasley, Corine Du Toit, Brandon Auret, Greg Melvill-Smith, Yule Masiteng, Leroy Gopal, David Sherwood, Clare Marshall, Antonio David Lyons, Matshepo Maleme, Kenneth Fok, Richard Lukunku, Gabriel Temudzani, Zolile Ngxangani, Bongani Msimango,
- Country:South Africa
- Director:Justin Head,
- Writer:Justin Head (screenplay), Justin Head (story), C.A. van Aswegen (story)
The film follows an eclectic mix of tourists left stranded during a night drive safari after their vehicle breaks down. As a series of terrifying events unfolds, the tourists realise that wild animals are the least of their fears. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: my first cartoon/animation movie after 'UP' in 2009,lol
(mx) wrote: Confused movie doesn't know if it wants to be a creationism apologetic, social commentary on end of life care, or critique of the "liberal intellectual elite" in higher education. Either way it only succeeds in making a weak subplot based social commentary from the religious point of view. The creationism "science" is the same weak sauce that has been rebuffed and proved false time and again, and the attempted critique very successfully attacks a strawman post-modern liberal elite. This movie is dull, trite, and panders to only one audience only who will lap it up with joy and not examine it critically. Which is what the film makers wanted anyway. Although I suspect the target audience might it find it slow and boring too.
(fr) wrote: Fun movie for a long flight!
(br) wrote: [b]DVD[/b] First Viewing, 1 O'Flaherty film seen When Steven Spielberg's [i]War of the Worlds[/i] was due out in theaters earlier this summer, Asylum productions released a film titled [i]H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds[/i] on DVD. Mistaking it for the original film version, I picked it up without looking at the back cover. Had I flipped it over, I would have seen Jake Busey staring back at me. Where am I going with this? I am merely bringing up a trend in the production industry known as RIPPING PEOPLE OFF! Asylum knew that people would rent a remake of the same material as Spielberg, so why not make a $1 million version of the story it took Spielberg $150 million to tell? [i]Fighting Tommy Riley[/i] might not be as bad as the alien invasion flick with Busey, but it is obviously a cheap retread of [i]Million Dollar Baby[/i]. Both are boxing films that strive to tell deeper stories about the human condition. The performaces are pretty contrived. They appear to be strong, but whenever Eddie Jones and J.P. Davis act over-the-top, they usually don't have much reason for doing so. It's like they were crying for Oscars without realizing that no one in the Academy would actually see it. But, if you like boxing films, it's safe enough to please fans of sports films (one of the most cliche genres in the book).
(au) wrote: A nifty idea ... doing King Lear in 1830s Texas, but this offering is a bit too flat. It's a TBS/Hallmark movie, so I guess it couldn't be too violent, but I wanted more villainy and malevolence. Good performances at least make it watchable. Grade: C+
(kr) wrote: I love this since I was a kid, it is definitely one of my favorites
(de) wrote: Had fun watching this journey of Ross Vegas becoming a professional bowler. Denying it first as he wanted to be an actor, and bowling movies are great in my eyes. Saw this one on Movie Central.
(us) wrote: It does nothing to build upon the cliches it mocks and ends up being a Seltzer/Friedberg parody of itself. Worse yet, I firmly believe Seltzer and Friedberg could improve upon this masterpiece of awfulness.
(au) wrote: Caveman is occasionally clever enough to warrant a grin, but it's ultimately a parody that lacks targets or inspiration and features some of the most laughable special effects put to film.