Ride Along

Ride Along

Ride Along

Buddy-cop action comedy from the director of Barbershop starring Kevin Hart as a wannabe policeman preparing to propose to his girlfriend. But first, he has to go on a 24-hour patrol with her hard-edged law-enforcing brother (Ice Cube) in order to get his blessing and prove his worthiness.

2014Rating: M, Violence and coarse language100 minsUSA
ActionComedy

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Flicks, Giles Hardie

Flicks, Giles Hardie

Are you Australian? Then apparently you won't go and see Ride Along. That's according to distributors who think cinema-goers outside of North America won't watch a comedy predominantly starring African American actors. It's a theory worth testing, but it will require a higher quality effort to do so.

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Variety

Variety

A lazy and listless buddy-cop action-comedy.

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Total Film

Total Film

Can you be physically assaulted by a comedy? Anything might seem possible after enduring Kevin Hart's jackhammer performance...

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Time Out

Time Out

Saddled with an uninvolving plot, and largely content to coast on cop-movie clichés.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Romantic chemistry is rare in the movies, comic chemistry rarer still, and sadly there isn't much on offer in this action buddy comedy.

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

Hart’s manic comic invention and textured persona elevates it somewhere beyond the level of pleasing mediocrity onto the slightly more distinguished realm of the agreeable-enough time waster.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Turns out to be something like a comic riff on "Training Day."

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

The Pesci-in-Lethal-Weapon premise is spun out into a feature-length jamboree of minor laughs and clunkiness.

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