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Film Review - Ride


The automobile is an intimate space, and one that’s not inherently cinematic. There’s not much one can do with a few seats, riders, and a destination, requiring some supreme filmmaking sorcery to find something interesting with a setting that doesn’t allow for much bodily movement. “Ride” endeavors to be a thriller, pitting a rideshare driver against the growing menace of one customer who has his own plans for the evening, creating a scenario that should result in a sustained nightmare. What writer/director Jeremy Ungar actually comes up with is about 25 minutes of serviceable threats and charged banter before he runs out of inspiration. “Ride” is a one-act play trying to be a big screen pulse-pounder, but there’s not enough here to fill what’s already a scant run time of 76 minutes. Read the rest at


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