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  1. RonyO.
    Oct 19, 2003
    10
    Very cool and awesome.
  2. ChadS.
    Jul 13, 2004
    8
    "Adrenaline Drive" plays like evidence for Michael Moore's assertion in "Bowling for Columbine" that Japan's citizens don't carry guns, not even its Yakuza. This cute movie teeters on the edge of cute overkill, but the perpetually stoic Suzuki (Masanobu Ando) grounds the Tarrantino dreamscape with an incredulous perspective that placates the viewer's notion to roll "Adrenaline Drive" plays like evidence for Michael Moore's assertion in "Bowling for Columbine" that Japan's citizens don't carry guns, not even its Yakuza. This cute movie teeters on the edge of cute overkill, but the perpetually stoic Suzuki (Masanobu Ando) grounds the Tarrantino dreamscape with an incredulous perspective that placates the viewer's notion to roll their eyes at the fantastical. Suzuki does the job for us. "Adrenaline Drive" is a comedy without hyphenates. In an American film, if gangsters want their money back, they'll be packin' something a little more harsher than rocks in socks. A fun film. Expand
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69

Generally favorable reviews - based on 24 Critics

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  1. Positive: 19 out of 24
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  1. A rip-roaring romantic comedy that's as funny as it is light on its feet.
  2. Baltimore Sun
    Reviewed by: Chris Kaltenbach
    75
    There's plenty to like about Adrenaline Drive, including the appealing, sympathetic performances of its two young stars and the tongue-in-cheek humor that pervades the film.
  3. 80
    Not to mention the good-when-moody, best-when-raucous art-band soundtrack!