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'Drive Angry 3D'

What we said: With "Drive Angry," Nicolas Cage, who previously starred in the 2000 car-heist remake "Gone in Sixty Seconds," goes from "Raising Arizona" to raising Cain. Driving a souped-up 1969 Dodge Charger, he hurtles through one spectacular chase scene after another. At a time when seemingly every movie serves up fantastical computer-generated stunts, director Patrick Lussier decided to take a more traditional approach and use only real cars for the movie's action sequences. In one scene, a police vehicle cartwheels off a bridge, shearing a bumper as it spins off the concrete. Trailer:
Ron Batzdorf
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