At the end of 1952, with the best years of Hank Williams's career behind him, he hires a local kid to drive him through the Appalachian countryside for a pair of New Years shows in West Virginia and Ohio.
Fred Dalton Thompson
On December 15 2010, a group of friends set out for a day's mountain bike ride. 4 days later, a search and rescue team retrieved a helmet mounted video camera. Last Ride is the complete ... See full summary »
After thirty years in prison, ex-con Ronnie (Dennis Hopper) recruits his grandson to exact revenge on Darryl (Fred Ward), the cop who put him behind bars. Standing in their way is Ronnie's son, whom Darryl raised.
The film follows the last night of a gay college student's (Matthew) life as he struggles to find love on his own terms despite the warnings of his friends to blend in and conform. As they drive towards an unknown destination, Matt's friend and limo driver, Doc, tries to convince him not to go out tonight. Matt refuses to turn back despite the dangers and his first song, "I want to Find Out Tonight" follows Matt through a colorful musical fantasy of preparing for a night on the town during which he tells Doc about the lover of his dreams and vows to show the world who he really is inside. After a run-in with a group of four-wheeling adolescent hecklers, the self-proclaimed "fag patrol", Matt arrives at Mama's Place, a local watering hole, more determined than ever. His hopes of finding acceptance and possibly a chance at love seem dashed, however when he is openly scorned by the honky tonk's patrons. The bartender's tongue-in-cheek song "Take Your Shoes Off" expresses the derision of ... Written by
Michael D. McAllister and Jonathan M. Harris