The Last Ride2012
The Last Ride (2012)
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as Mr. Wells/Hank Williams
as Dr. Stoneacre
as Street Musician
as Judge Matheny
as Stove Keeper
as Old Man
as Store Singer
as Dirty John
as Good Looking Woman
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Critic Reviews for The Last Ride
The 1952 El Dorado represents Williams' success as a songwriter and country singer, but it also serves as his refuge from an increasingly chaotic life.
Alas, "The Last Ride" doesn't deliver much insight into Williams or the lifestyle that killed him.
The Last Ride doesn't give us a complete picture of Hank Williams. But it does ably illustrate the final days of his life.
James does a fine job of portraying a naïve youth whose eyes slowly open to glimpse both the pleasures and the pain of living.
Dramatically thin, formally uninspired and thematically weak, "The Last Ride" really goes nowhere.
Audience Reviews for The Last Ride
Not exactly how I envisioned Hank to be but I certainly did not know him. This movie needed Hank Williams music in it to make it complete - and you know he crashed many of bars and took over the stage, he loved to show off, he loved the limelight, he had to be seen and recognised, it it would have been great to have heard Hank tell his story to the young driver, to see flashbacks that lead up to where they were at that point - because to be honest parts of this movie were kind of flat, a little back story would have been a real attention grabber... where was that in this movie? I would give it an 4 1/2- only because I think Hank have more charm & character than they had the actor express. I know this was just his 'last ride' but Hank had a real temper he also was smooth as silk with the ladies and he was one rowdy guy always looking for a fight - I just think maybe they could have let Jessie James add a lil more oomph into this character... this is definitely worth the watch. Kaley Cuoco was awesome in the movie, even though she had a small part. 4 1/2 stars 7-1013