This franchise is lucky to have Kevin Hart in that role, and his manic comic energy is enough to make the sequel something other than a complete waste of time. But the genre is also stubbornly innovation-proof, and there’s not much new to see here.
I found this movie to be hilarious. The entire audience seemed to agree with me as the whole theatre was laughing throughout. Weird that it only got 15% from the critics. I think it did it's job which was to provide the audience with laughs :D
ok i really dont get why this movie is getting such bad ratings i mean i thought it was absolutely hilarious myself and come on people did u rerally expect it to be like the first if so then rewatch the first and let us enjoy it for what its truly meant to be a comedy meant to make u laugh and brighten your day i think it did its job myself i say go see it
The entire film seems cloaked with a general vibe of “good enough.” Embarrassingly cheap CGI effects, poor ADR, and slipshod, jarring editing are the technical failures that compound with the creative ones to indicate a movie that’s not just miscalculated, but seemingly committed to putting together, at its best, a deliverable product and nothing more.
Not on the same level as the original, unfortunately.
'Ride Along 2' still isn't anything bad or overly boring, it's possibly worth a single viewing, but there is nothing to remember from the 101 minute run time - which does drag at times. The humour is average.
Kevin Hart (Ben) is probably the best performer here, not so closely followed by Ice Cube (James). Ken Jeong (A.J.) has a few mildly amusing jokes at the beginning, though soon turns into a forgettable character. Olivia Munn (Maya) is meh, while Benjamin Bratt (Pope) is a dull villain. There's a good cameo from a 'Fast & Furious' actor though.
I like 'Ride Along', though its follow-up is disappointingly uninspiring.