Drive Angry 3D: Lame. You stole my daughter, I’m going to drive around in my souped up muscle cars while I’m really angry! Grrrrrr. I’m Nic Cage. What a load of crap this movie is going to be.
Milton, a hardened felon has broken out of hell for one last chance at redemption. Intent on stopping a vicious cult who murdered his daughter, he has three days to stop them before they sacrifice her baby beneath a full moon. He’s joined by Piper – a young, sexy waitress who liberates her ex-boyfriend’s cherry-red muscle car in order to help Milton. Now, the two of them are hot on the trail of the deadly leader of the cult, Jonah King, who believes it is his destiny to use the baby to unleash hell on earth. But the bloodthirsty cult is the least of Milton’s problems. The police are after him too. And worse, an enigmatic killer known only as “The Accountant” – who has been sent by the Devil to retrieve Milton and deliver him back to hell. With wicked cunning and hypnotic savagery, the Accountant will relentlessly pursue Milton at high-speed across the country until his mission is accomplished. Fueled by high-octane and pure rage, Milton must use his anger to go beyond all human limits to avenge his daughter’s murder, before his last chance at redemption is revoked.
Hall Pass: Only in Hollywood would two wives give their husbands a free pass for a week to do whatever they want. And only in Hollywood would two guys have less game to take advantage of it. Either way, this movie looks promising funny with Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer, and Christina Applegate. Should be funny and worth seeing.
Rick and Fred are best friends who have a lot in common, including the fact that they have each been married for many years. But when the two men begin to show signs of restlessness at home, their wives take a bold approach to revitalizing their marriages: granting them a “hall pass,” one week of freedom to do whatever they want… no questions asked. At first, it sounds like a dream come true for Rick and Fred. But it isn’t long before they discover that their expectations of the single life–and themselves–are completely, and hilariously, out of sync with reality.