The New Jersey Drive is an amazing story about the possible threats of car crimes. The movie is set in the era of the early and the mid-90s when in a place like Newark in New Jersey where the crimes of carjacking at gunpoint was very rampant. And this movie is inspired by those times and through this movie the director attempts to recreate the same. Those times were also surrounded with rumors about the drastic unethical steps taken by the Newark police officers, which has also been covered in the movie. As you proceed in the movie you realize how hard it is decide who your sympathies lay with cause at times the cops are as much at fault as the people stealing the cars. It is absolutely agreeable that stealing someone�s car is absolutely unacceptable but the acts of the cops are at times way too harsh.
As the characters of Midget and Jason, both Gabriel Casseus and Sharron Corley have shown great acting ability in portraying them. For all you car enthusiasts out there who missed this movie back then in the year 1995, this movie might be a great entertainer and you can now get it home and watch it. The Cars in the movie are the most important characters and you can literally feel them. Although this movie refrains form judging or arriving t any conclusion, it showcases how the young black men involved in crime back then in those years ended up with very few repercussions.