Last Ride: Film Review
A tour-de-force turn from the persistently terrific Hugo Weaving lights a fuse under "Last Ride," a spare and wrenching road movie delving into the complexities of a fraught father-son relationship.
SYDNEY -- A tour-de-force turn from the persistently terrific Hugo Weaving lights a fuse under Last Ride, a spare and wrenching road movie delving into the complexities of a fraught father-son relationship. Against all odds, Weaving gives his violent career criminal, on the run from the law with his 10-year-old son, a touching humanity. Coupled with a slow-burn narrative tension and some truly stunning location shots of the South Australian outback, his front-and-center performance makes this a journey worth taking.
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