Ride On Review

Ride On Review

Ride On starring Jackie Chan and directed by Larry Yang. It is the story of a great stun man down on his luck. He and his Horse Red Hare take to the streets to perform to make ends meet. Lao Luo is trying to pay his debt and is about to fight for his horse ownership.

Lao Luo loves his horse like a child his daughter is not in his life and soon will cross paths. Learning to love each other and be around each other. Slowly with Red Hare’s help, they will start to find a way to be in each other’s lives. His daughter’s boyfriend is a young lawyer and will come to help Lao with the fight for Red Hare.

A fight indeed it will be as they gain some fame and come back to stun work. He will learn how to be a father and how to bow out gracefully. Things don’t go in his favor but the bond of the love they have is. Will show what they mean for each other and his daughter.

A great film the story is so heartwarming and shows how much Jackie Chan is an icon. His past work used in the film was an epic touch in my book. Part redemption story as he comes back to stun work but he learns it’s safer and he is set in his old ways. I give this one an 8 out of 10 for a great film that pulls on the heartstrings.