AAA can't help the roadside emergency that is the JOHNSON FAMILY VACATION. Even the on-board navigation system has a meltdown on Nate Johnson and his family's cross-country trek to their annual family reunion/grudge match. Reluctantly along for the ride are Nate's wife, who's only in it for the kids; their rapper-wannabe son; their teenage daughter who's fashioned herself as the next Lolita; and their youngest, whose imaginary dog Nate just can't seem to keep track of. Can the Johnsons survive each other and all the obstacles the road throws at them to make it to Caruthersville, Missouri? Can they find Missouri?
When Nate Johnson and his family are invited to their big family reunion in Missouri, Nate thinks it's a good chance for him to reconnect with his estranged wife and growing children. But the problem is: Can they even find Missouri on the expensive SUV? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Thomas W (nl) wrote: Alda's demented character is spot-on, making the movie as a whole both sad and funny. But it doesn't have enough of neither.
Cynthia S (ca) wrote: This movie plods along and goes nowhere fast - yet you can't stop watching it. Call it morbid curiousity, but you want to know what happens next. The story is not the most exciting, but the relationship between Crudup and Shelley is solid enough to wonder where it is heading. I can't recommend this movie to everyone, but Billy Crudup is hot and does a great job.....so I would recommend this for Crudup fans, like me.
John P (kr) wrote: "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" is a blast.
Allan C (ru) wrote: A very enjoyable, if somewhat clichd, homage to the guns'n'tits genre. Somewhat campy, but in a cult sort of way.
Rose A (ag) wrote: Falk is a lovable grandfather who finds himself rooming with med-student grandson. What ensues is a touching and often very funny examination of both the generation gap and the connection between two well` meaning and well- loved individuals. From the novel by Max Apple
Christina G (fr) wrote: the only fil that made me cry as a teenager
Michael W (nl) wrote: When justice fails, former NASA scientist settles for revenge after his sister's rape and suicide by a gang of corporate bad guys. Always nice to have David Naughton checking in from time to time on any film project. Menacing corporate logo clearly indicates this firm could use a better marketing team.
Philip T (it) wrote: Burt Reynolds's character, Malone, beats an obese man until he can no longer father a child. Malone (46)kisses a young girl (16-17) on the mouth in front of her father. A must see for ethics students.
Sherri F (nl) wrote: this is the best worst movie ever. turkey monster drug addict jesus freak killer starring the guy who played rambo? ummmm yes.
Bleak M (ru) wrote: Steve Allen plays Benny because... they both wore glasses! No resemblance to fact, but fine music.
Timothy P (es) wrote: Chaplin's best "talkie"
Jon S (ru) wrote: So after 45 minutes of a pretty stagey and kind of awkward film, five astonishing, very long monologues by Robeson emerge at the end that are so moving, powerful, modern, and strange, that the last few seconds, when the cast comes back, seem like a throwback to another film entirely.
Gareth W (us) wrote: Hmm, a bit silly but attempts to scrape the surface of the key debates around radical Islam, homegrown terror and what kind of security response is possible lot desirable
Monica L (kr) wrote: Terrible terrible. Usually love zombie movies, but this is standard low budget, bad acting, phony attack scenes, 1960's music score. You name it. Run away