Albert Brooks' Dark Side Comes Out In Newest Clip From Drive
Albert Brooks is a comedian. In addition to being a successful stand-up, Brooks has spent his career as an actor making funny movies like Broadcast News, Lost in America, The Muse and even The Simpsons Movie. In Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive, however, he's not playing a funny guy. Sure, your instinct might be to smile when you first see him on screen, but I can guarantee that by the end of the film you'll lose that habit. Film District has now released the third clip from the new movie, in which Brooks is featured heavily, and you can check it out below.
In the film Ryan Gosling plays a stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver. After getting close to his neighbor (Carey Mulligan) he gets roped into helping her boyfriend with a job. When things go horribly wrong, suddenly the hero finds himself with a bag full of money he isn't supposed to have and some incredibly violent criminals on his tail that want him dead. For more on Drive, including news. images, clips and trailers, be sure to head over to our Blend Film Database.
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