The Last Ride (2004)
The bitter grip of the criminal element puts a tight squeeze on three generations of men in this street-smart crime drama from director Guy Norman Bee. When a daring bank heist goes awry and his wife is killed in the chaos, Ronnie Purnell (Dennis Hopper) is sent to prison while his son, Aaron, is put under the care of Darryl Kurtz (Fred Ward) -- the man who engineered Ronnie's arrest. Released 30 years later and still hungry for revenge, Ronnie finds the keys to his 1969 GTO and attempts to contact Aaron (Will Patton), now a clean-cut police officer waging a desperate struggle to steer his own son, Matt (Chris Carmack), clear of the criminal element. As hard as Aaron may try, the seductive life of crime is too powerful to resist, and Matt seems destined to aid Ronnie in his quest for revenge. Hitting the streets in a stolen 350- horsepower 2004 GTO with both the L.A.P.D. and a private security firm hot on their tracks, Ronnie and Matt will need more than just gasoline and a prayer if their thirst for revenge is ever to be quenched. … More
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An ok film produced by the director of The Fast and the Furious. There are some good chase scenes but overall it does have a TV movie feel to it and obviously endorsed by Pontiac! Might not have enough car scenes and action to keep most petrol heads happy!More
This movie had a story, a plot and some good acting. The choice the writer had for keeping the secret on the car was so unique. From the beginning to the final the action pace is unstopped, this movie provides fast and furious entertainment for action lovers. This film had a lively and atmospheric music fitting the action, plus a colorful cinematography.More
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