Drive Me to the End’s quest to communicate the need for acceptance and normalization is inspiring. While we strive for a better world, it is important to take a step back and laugh together; that is precisely what this film does best.
In this episode, Jared and Riley talk some current movie, television, and streaming news, Spyglass’ Scream reboot, and give our full thoughts on the launch of Disney+ and The Mandalorian.
A feel-good, end of summer experience that will warm your heart and have you yearn for the days where you could just hit the road and drop all your problems; no social media and still entirely possible to just disappear for a while.
It’s dry, dark, and wicked fun; perhaps the perfect antithesis to a dull summer blockbuster season.
Because the nature of these films is often distant from the, arguably, “traditional” sense of cinema (classical Hollywood cinema, or CHH), viewership can be challenging, and sometimes even isolating.
It’s one hell of a ride and does reward the viewer with exceptional choreography and precision.
I highly suggest that you seek out more independent projects like this one. Doll It Up’s comedy, accomplished by Cox and the supporting cast, will kindle a few laughs at the very least.
The world feels lived in, because it is, and it gives you a sense of isolation around the main character.