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Woman Didn’t Like The Movie Drive, Sues.

Woman Didn’t Like The Movie Drive, Sues.

The movie Drive has received a lot of mixed reviews. Some critics loved it, but some people hated Drive because it was not at all what they expected.

But a woman in Michigan hated it so much she has decided to sue. Her claim? False advertising.

From The Hollywood Reporter:

“Sarah Deming has filed a lawsuit against FilmDistrict claiming that the distributors, ‘promoted the film Drive as very similar to the Fast and Furious, or similar, series of movies.’ ”

Deming argues that “Drive bore very little similarity to a chase, or race action film…” and is demanding a refund for her movie ticket and a halt to misleading movie trailers.  Deming also claims the film was anti-Semitic, which doesn’t seem exactly relevant to the lawsuit.

Just like the movie, this lawsuit is receiving a lot of criticism. Read all about it here, here, and here.

Amy Dunayevich

Amy Dunayevich is a third year student at Fordham University School of Law and is Fordham IPLJ's Technology Editor. Originally from the Detroit suburbs, Amy spent two years in the Peace Corps living in Eastern Europe without running water but with high-speed internet. Amy now lives in Brooklyn with her little black pug Roxanne. Although pursuing a career in the public interest, Amy finds intellectual property law to be extremely relevant, interesting, and important.