The DRIVEN DVD will be released on Sept. 18th.
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Here’s excerpts from an advance review of the Driven DVD by Matt Brighton. For the full review click [
– Renny Harlin… can certainly deliver action movies that appeal to a vast audience…I find that many of Harlin‘s movies are among my favorites.
– And we all know that he and writer/actor Sylvester Stallone collaborated on the Memorial Day hit of 1993, Cliffhanger.
– Being a new movie to DVD, we can expect that it will look great. Especially coming from the folks at Warner Brothers. It does.
– The visual presentation of this movie is a true testament to what DVD can do for a movie…
– The races, of which there are a lot, look great.
– The cars, sporting their colorful sponsors and glossy paint jobs seem to almost race off the screen.
– I’ve said it before and I’ll certainly say it again…Renny Harlin’s movies sound awesome.
– The Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack takes full advantage of all the channels and delivers on each occasion.
– Imagine being inside the car…it sounds corny, but that’s how it felt when I watched this movie. Literally every base is covered here. The dialogue sounds clear and the surround effects (of which there are a LOT) make every effort to bring you into this movie and they succeed. Truly, when watching Driven, this is what you can show your friends and say “Listen to this”…
– Renny Harlin is also one of the directors who uses the advantages of DVD to his own. In other words, his discs are usually loaded with features. Driven is no exception, featuring a commentary and over 45 minutes of deleted scenes with commentary by Sylvester Stallone.
– The commentary track for the movie is like most of Harlin‘s others.. his commentaries are full of information
– Two featurettes (labeled Documentaries on the box) are included, including “The Making of Driven” which is another stock interview with the actors and showing some of the key scenes and sequences from the movie.
– Also included is “Conquering speed through live action and visual effects”.
– A theatrical trailer is also included as well as some deleted scenes with screenwriter/actor/producer, Sylvester Stallone.
Thanks to DVD Authority and the “heads-up” from Paulie
-Craig Zablo (September 9, 2001)