- When i first experience the scene when the Driver meets her man. It felt tension, even though he approached him in a sort of mannerly way. I asked myself these questions, is he a brick? is he a tough guy that's gonna try something slick? but nope hes actually a good guy. That's great work of a director right there.
- The Driver went out for vengeance because they roughen up dude while giving the kid a bullet. They build up scenes earlier showing those two bounding.
- She was a innocent and passive chick, and you'll notice she really didn't want to be with him but she stood by his side.
- he was a still a d!ck...
- no he didnt. wtf were u watching? he wasnt goin out for vengeance because of that? thats bullsh*t. he was gonna help ole dude, he made sure to say "his debt is done" after they do the robbery. he didnt even go for "vengeance" after they went after him in the hotel. he was just gone give him the money back if they would take it...which is why he kept sayin "u fu*ked it up" to ole boy from Malcolm In The Middle after he called the gangster dude. u tryin to tell me why sh*t was so great yet u dont even know wtf was goin on in the movie