Based on the novel, How I Created My Perfect Prom Date, by Todd Strasser, Drive Me Crazy stars Melissa Joan Hart as Nicole, a trend-conscious teenager living next door to Chase (Adrian Grenier), a self-conscious, downbeat type who reads poetry and spouts political platitudes. Needless to say, Nicole and Chase have nothing in common and little to say to each other. But when the boy of Nicole's dreams asks someone else to the prom, she decides to remake Chase into worthy date material as a way to make her old flame jealous. Before long, Nicole and Chase aren't just pretending that they like each other. Drive Me Crazy presented Sabrina, the Teenage Witch star Melissa Joan Hart in her first leading role in a feature film; it was produced under the title Girl Gives Birth to Prom Date and test-screened as Next to You before the producers settled on Drive Me Crazy. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
I generally enjoy movies about teenagers- but I couldn't even watch this! It was filled with loud annoying horrible 'music'; it was made in a contemporary style, such that I imagine that someone who likes the TV show "Friends" would like this movie- but for the rest of us....there is nothing here, except an affirmation of modern pop-culture and it's cliches. I turned it off after 5 minutes. If you're looking for a good teenage movie (regardless of your own age) get My Bodyguard or Breaking Away.