Instead of trying to come up with some witty lead to the story, let me just cut to the chase: “Driven” sucks. The film races around in familiar circles toward a goal that doesn’t seem clear. Meant to be an insatiably exciting, fast-paced adrenaline cruise – sort of a “Top Gun” of the racing world – even the great special effects of the crash scenes cannot save this film from the dustbin of insignificance.

Prospective screenwriters who are interested in how not to write a script should consult this unimaginative dirge penned by Sylvester Stallone. The predictable, clich