Driven to the Edge



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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
January 19, 2021 at 11:35 PM

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782.18 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 4 / 45
1.42 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
P/S 2 / 26

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Reviewed by rugratgranny 1 / 10

If zero available I'd zero star

I have watched some real "beauties" (sarcasm) of movies, but this one was the pits. Worse ever

Reviewed by grstmc 8 / 10

Not Just Another Psycho Story

This latest Lifetime movie stands out among so many others of a similar theme, thanks to an excellent performance by Danielle Burgess. Her psychopath who moonlights as a cab driver is completely watchable throughout, despite her grim activities. Wielding a baseball bat as her usual weapon of choice (once they've reached their final destination), she takes control of her hapless victims once they've made the mistake of getting into her cab.

Interesting and likeable when she's pretending to be normal, and convincingly scary when she isn't, "Jaye" (her moniker of the moment) takes on the role of a successful businesswoman (complete with a veritable mansion, which she has temporarily acquired, by way of....well, you can guess). She makes the acquaintance of "Tess", an actual successful businesswoman (played by Taylor Spreitler, also a good performance). They click, and are soon on the fast track to becoming BFFs.

Some amusing dialogue and exchanges along the way. In a bar, where Jaye joins Tess and her friends, the subject of those Uber-type cab drivers comes up, and it is Jaye herself who says something like "Why would you entrust yourself to somebody who might be a psychotic killer?" Another person thinks he recognized her driving a cab. Jaye is adamant that it wasn't her, to which the guy replies that she must have an evil twin. Says Jaye, "Why would you assume that she's the evil one, and I'm the good one. How do you know I'm not the evil one.", and proceeds to make him increasingly uncomfortable.

Not without its flaws, lapsing into formula near the end, and I didn't buy the so-called surprise twist, but that first-rate performance by Burgess raises the level of the material, and carries the plot to its conclusion. See it yourself, and see if you agree.

Reviewed by danacharise-18265 2 / 10


I know LMN movies are typically B-grade, but this was just awful! From the music to the acting to the story line. It was unbearable. The only reason I gave it 2 stars was because it had me just enough to fast forward to see the ending.

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