Rideshare driver Brandon offers a sympathetic ear to a customer he picks up, opening a dialogue about their personal lives. But how close is too close?


Aaron Jay Rome


Eric LeBlanc (contributing writer), Aaron Jay Rome
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Credited cast:
Dean J. West ... Passenger
Aaron Jay Rome ... Brandon
Ashley Lenz ... Stef
Jaren Mitchell ... Simon
Michelle West ... Megan
Joseph McRae ... Business Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kristina Arntz ... Amanda
Evan Eyer Evan Eyer ... URYDE Driver
Eric LeBlanc ... Judd
Jeff Oettle ... Dad in Car
Jennifer Oettle Jennifer Oettle ... Mom in Car
Judah Oettle Judah Oettle ... Boy in Car
Manon Pages ... Claudet
Ramesh Koti Reddy Ramesh Koti Reddy ... Gas Station Clerk
Nick Shoemaker Nick Shoemaker ... Neighbor


On a calm night in an average city a hardworking URYDE driver, Brandon, picks up just another fare, Judd. Using interactions that blur the lines between the technological world and the physical one, Judd explains a messy breakup. Brandon offers an empathetic ear and a sympathetic heart to his new friend to help him pick up the pieces. Aggregated profiles, algorithms, links, likes and comments bring people closer. But how close is too close?

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Just another night for URYDE driver, Brandon, until he picks up Judd and the night takes a few U-turns.


Horror | Thriller

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Pretty average movie
4 July 2019 | by rarepeperonisSee all my reviews

I checked all the 10/10 reviews and it's all people who signed up like a week ago and have only one review to their accounts. Like all of em are pretty much identical and in my opinion are fake reviews to boost the score...no you will not be at the edge of your seat the whole time watching this.

As for the movie the first half is interesting then they drop the ball at the end. It's full of plot holes the acting of the driver is not bad but when a certain character start going maniac near the end it's laughably bad. Watch it on a rainy day but don't expect something spectacular. I'm a horror movie fan and there's little to none horror in this it's more of a thriller than anything, i don't understand why this is in the horror category at all. Also they could have gone for more social commentary on our use of social media and our phones but it's really on the surface here.

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Release Date:

21 June 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

End Trip See more »

Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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2.35 : 1
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