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The Quick Analysis
Joy Ride is the spiritual successor to the madness, chaos, and charm of 2004’s Eurotrip. As four friends travel through China and beyond, the shenanigans are as outrageous as they are hilarious. Along the way, though, Joy Ride makes time for themes relating to friendship, honesty, confronting the past, and identity. You’ll laugh, then suddenly find yourself surprisingly moved. Maybe even seen and heard. A truly surprising and effective R-rated comedy.
- Audrey Sulivan – Ashley Park
- Lolo Chen – Sherry Cola
- Deadeye – Sabrina Wu
- Kat – Stephanie Hsu
- Clarence – Desmon Chiam
- Joe Sillivan – David Denman
- Mary Sullivan – Annie Mumolo
- Surprise – Daniel Dae Kim
- Baron Davis – Baron Davis
- Chao – Ronny Chieng
- Written by – Cherry Chevapravatdumrong | Teresa Hsiao
- Directed by – Adele Lim
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