Indie Film Featuring Wild Limo Ride Builds Following

Tim Crowley
Posted on July 16, 2014

I first heard about the Limo Ride Movie earlier this year when it wrapped in February and started premiering in March. The film has slowly spread with small releases in theatres across the country, and gained momentum with recognition from the Dallas, Texas, Oak Cliff Film Festival.

The premise is that 10 friends embark on an unbelievable tale of how they rent a cheap limo (a white Lincoln Town Car stretch from what appears to be an early 1990s model) and cavort through a wild night on par with “The Hangover,” except they’re in Alabama instead of Vegas.

The film has just come out with a new trailer; you can view it below. Limo Ride isn’t really the type of message the industry likes to promote, but it makes for fun viewing.

And the style of indie film is interesting in that it blends real-life (or what’s presented as real life) testimonies from passengers, along with re-enacted scenes with actors. Warning: Trailer NSFW.

The premise looks entertaining, and the film appears to be shot well. I’ll be looking for a screening in Los Angeles. If anyone has seen this movie, feel free to leave your opinion of it in the comments below.

— Tim Crowley, LCT senior editor

Related Topics: Alabama operators, chauffeur behavior, movie shoots, passenger safety

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