#RenzlerREWIND: 'Drive (2011)' Staring Ryan Gosling | No Small Parts_021
Guest host Skyler Irvine is joined by film maker and RenzlerMedia Content Producer Brandon Burchard to discuss the 2011 Film 'Drive'.
RenzlerREWIND is a new segment where we look back at the movies that deserve at least a 2nd watch.
On this episode we discuss:
- Why the movie "Drive" was worth taking a deep dive into
- Why Ryan Gosling's character broke all the stereotypes
- How the LACK OF DIALOGUE made the whole movie
- Why Nicolas Winding Refn (the director) made everyone in the movie live in one house in LA while filming the movie
- Why this movie was better not being a "Blockbuster"
- The story of Ryan Gosling meeting the director
- Why the music was perfect
- Allowing the film to feel small and using silence to make the violence more intense
- The originally casted Hugh Jackman for Ryan Gosling's part. Would that have made the movie better or worse?
- What about Keanu Reeves?
- Oscar Isaac's character and why it was perfect
- Albert Brooks shaving his eye brows and nailing his first violent role
- Bryan Cranston being the perfect character
- Why they never revealed the name of Ryan Gosling's character
- Who is the MVP of this movie?
- Lighting and making LA feel small and gritty
Let us know what you thought of the movie "Drive!" What other movies would you like to see broken down? Let us know in the comments!
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