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Drive Angry 3D review by Times of India
Drive Angry 3D critic rating (Times of India): 3
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Drive Angry 3D  (2011 - English)

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  • Nilesh P. Khandare
    Nilesh P. Khandarewrote on Feb 21 2011 2:40PM

    A vengeful father in a turbo-charged ’69 Dodge Charger hunts down the satanic cult leader who brutally killed his daughter and kidnapped her baby in the latest film from Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer, the team behind the blockbuster hit, My Bloody Valentine 3-D. A blood-spattered road trip through hell, Drive Angry brings killer cars, big guns and wry humor to the screen in eye-popping, bone-crunching 3-D.

    Escaped criminal John Milton (Nicolas Cage) deserted his only daughter when she was a teenager. Now he will move heaven and earth to rescue his infant granddaughter from a bloodthirsty cult intent on sacrificing her under the next full moon.

    With only three days left to find them, he enlists the help of Piper (Amber Heard), a beautiful waitress with a hot car and a mean right hook, to track down murderous quasi-messiah Jonah King (Billy Burke) and his devil-worshipping followers.

    As the clock winds down, Milton and Piper leave a trail of carnage from Colorado to Louisiana, evading ruthless assassins, outraged police officers and a mysterious and deadly figure known only as The Accountant (William Fichtner). Fueled by an almost superhuman rage, Milton faces down King and his army of acolytes in his last chance for redemption.


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