Action / Crime / Horror / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 5.0/10 10 4553 4.6K

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Plot summary

Technology brings us closer. Or perhaps it brings strangers, a little too close. But how much can you really trust someone? With a new ride share service, you never know who will be getting in a car with. Or if you'll ever get out.

Uploaded by: FREEMAN
May 13, 2019 at 08:19 AM

Top cast

Riria Niimura as Japanese tourist #1
Jessica Serfaty as Jasmine
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23.976 fps
1 hr 24 min
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English 2.0
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1 hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bladexz95 1 / 10

Don't even bother with this tripe.

Not sure how the reviews for this tripe are so high. The script is a nonsensical mess that may have more going for it, but it's so poorly written, that everything falls through. Why does the killer leave one girl alive? From what we see, it makes me think he only goes after annoying people and sluts, but then he goes after the main character, whom doesn't happen to be annoying or slutty, so I don't see the correlation. The main character also somehow seems just fine through a crash without a seat belt, while the bad guy gets knocked out with a seat belt.

The characters are bland, and have no personality, except for the one guy that called himself double T. The rest simply complain about each other, and then all the pointless scenes where he's killing people; all just annoying filler without any actual meaning.

The acting is borderline okay in some places, but mostly terrible. The script is riddled with stupid lines, so maybe it's not all the actors' faults. The music is downright annoying throughout, and the characters don't act realistically at all in a supposedly "realistic" movie. Attractive women don't just randomly hit on men(even good looking ones) and invite them over unless they're super drunk, especially less so in this day and age. They got the app part right, but apparently they missed the whole shift in culture to "strange men are creepy and you probably shouldn't be talking to him."

The movie had all of these pointless scenes where women were giving the bad guy googly eyes, or scenes of him driving around aimlessly whilst we were assaulted by this drum shattering mess of a soundtrack. And, the extra curricular murders, which I already mentioned, just to kill time were extra redundant.

Also, the twist in the end, was easily predictable, and stupid on top of it. Don't forget the staple of Hollywood clichés: every character is attractive.

Do yourself a favor and avoid this crap. It's garbage.

Reviewed by rawandy 1 / 10

Most awful movie of 2017

If you like bad acting, stupid scripts and fake reviews telling how good this movie is, then this one is certainly for you.

It's not even worth downloading if that is a option, waste of both bandwidth and space.

It amazes me how b-movie makers use more money on marketing and fake reviews rather than actually making a decent movie...

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 7 / 10

You talking to me?

Have you ever been sat in a bar, minding your own business, when along comes an extremely hot young woman who chats you up and invites you back to hers for no-strings-attached nookie? No, me neither. But that's what happens to Paul in Ryde (the film, not the seaside town on the Isle of Wight).

Similarly, have you ever been in the company of two incredibly sexy babes for just a few minutes before being invited to take part in a Jacuzzi threesome? Can't say I have, but Paul has.

Come to think of it, Paul (David Wachs) only ever seems to meet women who are in their early twenties, look like glamour models, and find him irresistible. Where are the fat, the ugly and the aged? I guess they prefer to keep their hideousness hidden behind closed doors.

Still, perhaps it's safer that way, because Paul just so happens to be a highly volatile psycho who has taken on the persona of Karl (now dead in the trunk of his car), driver for a taxi app called Ryde. Sluts, drug-users, the obnoxious: all bring out the worst in Paul (AKA Karl). Only the pure and innocent survive a Ryde in HIS car.

Although chock full of mean-spirited violence, mostly perpetrated against defenceless women, Ryde is not just a misogynistic horror film, but a warning to everyone that strangers simply cannot be trusted. Even the seemingly friendliest of people can be total whack jobs. That's what makes this film effective: anyone might be a Paul, ready to stab you in the gut, drown you in your pool, or pummel you in the face until the pulpy mess that was once your head comes right off.

6.5 out of 10, rounded up to 7 for the slick cinematography of L.A., all the beautiful ladies (one of whom obliges us with full frontal nudity), and the nasty violence.

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