The suit also names Novi, Michigan's Emagine Theaters, because Deming wants her money back. Deming hopes to get others involved in the suit so they too can recover the ticket cost. The complaint doesn't specify how much she is seeking, just that she allegedly suffered "damages including but not limited to the purchase price of the ticket."
"Drive," by the way, tells the story of a Hollywood stunt driver (Gosling) who gets involved with a heist gone wrong. It does feature a good deal of action (and violence), but there are other elements to the film. For instance, a love story.
The suit alleges that the company "promoted the film 'Drive' as very similar to the 'Fast and Furious,' or similar, series of movies." But, Sarah was sad to learn, "'Drive' bore very little similarity to a chase, or race action film... having very little driving in the motion picture."
Deming also claims the film is anti-Semitic, and that it "promoted violence against members of the Jewish faith."
A spokesperson for FilmDistrict told CNN they don't comment on pending litigation.
Sarah Deming may not have liked "Drive," but critics did. The movie earned a score of 93 percent fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.