Drive Angry (2011)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 45 mins

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Directed by Patrick Lussier, starring Amber Heard, Nicolas Cage and William Fichtner in the lead roles.
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Did you know? Milton's friend, Webster, could be derived from the short story "The Devil and Daniel Webster." In the story, Webster is hired to defend someone against the devil. Read More
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Feature
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English
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Dolby Digital, DTS
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24 fps
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1.85:1 (Flat)
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Dubbed into: Drive Angry (Hindi)
Dubbed into: Drive Angry (Telugu)
Dubbed into: Drive Angry (Tamil)
Trivia:
Nicolas Cage's character is named John Milton, which is likely a reference to the author of Paradise Lost, an epic about Satan's expulsion from Heaven and the creation of Hell.

The Accountant's coin is an Obolos, from ancient Greece. In those days, Obolos were placed in a dead man's hand (or two over his mouth so the first time he opens his mouth the payment falls out into Charons hand) by mourners as payment to Charon the Ferryman, who was in charge of crossing souls over river Styx into Hades, the Greek version of Hell. This would support the Accountant's role as a retriever of lost souls.

There is a scene where Milton mocks the Accountant by asking if he thinks he is Anubis, to which the Accountant just shrugs. In Egyptian mythology, the jackal-headed god Anubis was the one in charge of deciding whether a soul belonged to Heaven or Hell by weighing his heart on a scale.

Milton's friend, Webster, could be derived from the short story "The Devil and Daniel Webster." In the story, Webster is hired to defend someone against the devil.