Ethan Coen's new movie "Drive away Dolls" looks great!
When a fun trip with a friend turns into a nightmare.
How would you feel to go to a road trip with your best friend? The windows down, the wind in the hair, and the contagious rhythms blasting from the radio are tempting enough ideas, and if we add to the story the problems and adversities we want to leave behind, the adventure in the company of our best friend becomes even more irresistible. But things don't always turn out the way we imagined, and exactly that plot we can see in the movie "Drive-Away Dolls".
Jamie and Marian are two friends who want to escape from the city where they live, at least for a while. Jamie deals with another breakup while Marian just needs to relax and have fun, and when they hire a car for their trip, they have no idea how things can go wrong. Their plan for a road trip to Tallahassee, Florida backfires when they realize that the trunk of their rental car is hiding some secrets of its own that a few criminals would love to get their hands on.
Margaret Qualley (daughter of Andie MacDowell, whom we saw in the excellent series 'The Maid') and Geraldine Viswanathan star in this full-blooded action-packed drama, and the film also stars Beanie Feldstein, Colman Domingo and Bill Camp, as well as Pedro Pascal and Matt Damon. who seem very believable as ruthless criminals you don't want to mess with.
In addition to an interesting plot and a whole series of excellent acting names, the reason why we are looking forward to "Drive-Away Dolls" with great impatience is that Ethan Coen, a film genius who signed a whole series of fantastic films that he directed together with his brother Joel, took up the director's baton. This is in the world of film a kind of guarantee for quality that never disappoints, so we do not doubt that we will enjoy this film to the fullest.
And when will we have the opportunity to watch it? Already in February, since the premiere of the film is scheduled for the 23rd of the month, and we can't wait!
Post By: Vanessa F.