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Film Review - Ride


Building her career as an actress, working for most of her life, Helen Hunt’s screen appearances have been few and far between over the last decade. She’s been concentrating on a directorial career, with “Ride” her second feature after 2008’s “Then She Found Me”-- a warm, amusing effort that showcased Hunt’s skill with managing actors and maintaining an itchy atmosphere conducive to comedy. “Ride” isn’t quite as secure with tone, but it does have a visual personality, and emotional moments are genuine, inspiring some satisfyingly haunted work. Sitcom touches to make the movie malleable are unwelcome, but when Hunt works up the courage to avoid the obvious, she delivers welcome pathos. Read the rest at


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