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Raymond J. Barry,
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I guess this is the kind of movie that you go see when you're away from home. I was visiting family, during the holidays. So maybe I was in the mood for this kind of low-budget romantic comedy. Because, frankly, it's not that good. You don't laugh like you're suppose to do with this kind of movie. The actors are not bad though. I like Patrick Huard's funny face and Pierre Lebeau's antics. The movie is base on the RIDE program: drivers volunteering to get people who have a few drinks during the holidays get home safe. Overall: not recommended.
Out of 100, I gave it 62. That's good for *½ out of **** stars. Seen in Hearst (Ontario), at the Cinéma Cartier, on December 23rd, 2003.
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