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The Accountant retrieves the infant and allows Milton to say goodbye to his granddaughter. Milton gives her to Piper, who promises to always care for her. Webster arrives and looks on as Milton "dies". After both Piper and Webster have left, Milton is revealed to not be fully dead. Milton makes good on his earlier promise to Webster and drinks a beer from the remains of King's skull. He agrees to return to Hell but threatens to escape again if his punishment remains too severe. The Accountant says that he looks forward to that escape. The Accountant then manifests a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air and Milton drives them back into Hell.
Of course it stars Nicolas Cage. Is there another actor who could or would have dared to sign on? Cage is a good actor in good movies, and an almost indispensable actor in bad ones. He can go over the top so effortlessly he rests up and makes lemonade for everybody. Here he plays a man named John Milton, a reference I fear will be lost on the film's target audience. Milton is hell-bent to rescue his baby granddaughter. A Satanic cult enslaved and murdered his daughter, and now plans to sacrifice the infant by the light of the full moon. This Milton cannot abide.
DRIVE ANGRY is one of those movies that looks like a barrel of laughs from the trailer and when you sit down to watch it you realise all the best bits were, indeed, in the trailer. It becomes a chore to sit through the rest of the uninvolving movie, waiting for a set-piece or genuine surprise. It's also a throwback to the '70s-era exploitation movies of old, but where PLANET TERROR delivered on that nostalgic potential, DRIVE ANGRY, like MACHETE before it, fumbles the ball.That's not to say it's entirely without merit, because undemanding or forgiving viewers might well enjoy it more than I did. It's an action-packed movie that delivers heavily on the thrills, with all manner of gruesome murder, car chases and explosions thrown in along the way. Sadly, many of the CGI effects sequences are very cheesy looking, particularly one involving a tanker which is absolutely ridiculous; this may be because of the film's 3D origins. The splatter effects are a little more convincing.Nicolas Cage underplays the protagonist role and some might say he sleepwalks through the part, because if you're looking for a flicker of emotion you won't find it. Amber Heard is pretty but also pretty vacuous as the heroine along for the ride, and Billy Burke is a particularly uninteresting bad guy; in an era of more-more-more! Hollywood blockbusters, genuine menace seems to have been long forgotten when it comes to villains. The good news is that William Fichtner, playing the Devil's agent, is much better and something of a scene-stealer in this film, thanks to his wry humour. Character actor David Morse is also strong, albeit in a tiny role.Call me jaded, but I just get the seen-it-all-before feeling from this movie. I'm still waiting for something fresh, inventive and full of energy, and mostly importantly, something that fully involves you and engages you in the story. DRIVE ANGRY, while a superficially entertaining piece of movie-making, isn't that film.
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