Kevin Harts Shoots a Guy in New Trailer for 'Ride Along' with Ice Cube

December 20, 2013
Source: YouTube

Ride Along

Well, at least there's slightly less screaming in this new full theatrical trailer for Ride Along starring comedian Kevin Hart and rapper Ice Cube. This time, we get a little taste of the trouble that Hart finds himself in when a set-up ride along by his girlfriends brother, meant to scare him off from marrying her, turns into a real dangerous criminal situation. While I know there are plenty of comedies with unbelievable plot points and events, this one seems to stick out like a sore thumb. Are there real people who scream and flail around like Hart in this trailer? This feels like a cop cartoon rather than a live-action comedy. Watch?

Here's the new trailer for Tim Story's Ride Along from YouTube:

When a fast-talking guy (Kevin Hart) joins his girlfriend’s brother (Ice Cube), a hot-tempered cop, to patrol the streets of Atlanta, he gets entangled in the officer’s latest case. Now, in order to prove that he deserves his future bride, he must survive the most insane 24 hours of his life on a ride along designed to scare the hell out of him. But when the wild night leads them to the most notorious criminal in the city, all bets are off. John Leguizamo also stars in Ride Along, directed by Tim Story (Think Like a Man, Fantastic Four) and written by Greg Coolidge (Employee of the Month). The film hits theaters early next year on January 17th.

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Not funny on any level. And about "You're white, you're white, you don't fight: imagine the joke being "You're black, you're black...(and then whatever)". I rest my case.

Nash on Dec 20, 2013


Yeah man, white people. We always get the raw end of the deal. I feel really sorry for us.

Nielsen700 on Dec 20, 2013


"Us" white people? And you are assuming I am white because...?

Nash on Dec 21, 2013


From my understanding you complained about how black people can make jokes about whites, and how the other way around isn't socially acceptable. I guess I just presumed.

Nielsen700 on Dec 21, 2013


Close. I didn't complain about black people making jokes about white people. I made a comment about a joke that involved skin color, in this case white. By shifting the subject of the joke to the black skin color I hoped it showed even better that the joke and the trailer are not funny.

Nash on Dec 21, 2013

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