A desperate young writer is lured on a wild ride through the desert by a mysterious woman in this darkly comic take on the all-American road trip. Along the way they cross paths with a hapless mobster, a 6 foot transvestite and a lovesick housewife, all on the way to their celebrity TV shrink in Las Vegas... Things quickly spiral out of control into a dangerous cat-and-mouse game... a writer's frantic search for inspiration becomes intertwined with a motley crew of quirky characters seeking love and adventure at any cost.
Writer:Björne Larson, Johan Sandstrom, Lisa Taube, Björne Larson (story)
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Spencer H (ca) wrote: Romers's movies are getting worse and worse, but Land of the Dead is still a fun movie to watch with plenty of blood and gore.
Joey F (ca) wrote: The worst Charlie Kaufman movie in my opinion. From what I've gathered it seems like he simply wanted to try to do a fair and accurate adaptation of a novel, and I'm guessing he succeeded? I don't know, and don't particularly care. The story was just not that interesting, and I found George Clooney's directing to be waaaay too unsubtle. Occasionally, it made for some fun visuals, but I found it pissing me off more than anything. In my opinion, this is skippable.
Yash B (au) wrote: Takes you back to when Disney Channel movies weren't really great, but they were consistently at least good, feel good movies.
August C (nl) wrote: I think at this point the horse was dead and rotting when they decided to kick it.
Fallon H (fr) wrote: A Spike Lee Joint! One family's stuggle thru the 70's and family issues.
Ricky J (ca) wrote: Not as good as the first one. Terry O'Quinn is still awesome though
Dawn L (gb) wrote: LMAO...What else can I say???
Gordon B (ag) wrote: I know its silly, but the lead actor is one of the nicest guys I've ever had the pleasure of rooting for in a film.
Leonard E (de) wrote: Well, this was a quirky little film. They go all over the place, quite literally. It alternates as a terrorist-plot movie to a war propaganda film. But hey, it's Hitchcock, no one remembers the story, just the exciting ending. This one is the iconic Statue of Liberty death that was a feature stage prop on the Universal tour as recently as 1992. 50 years of staying power, that's impressive. Not his best film, but an interesting (if awkward) story (don't get me started on the bearded lady and the Siamese twins...) Grade B.
John R (gb) wrote: 160521: Wacky but, nowadays, too familiar. Don't think it will ever be a classic.
Adam C (mx) wrote: They ran out of money halfway Trough and it shows. makes zero sense.
Andy O (mx) wrote: Fairly enjoyable but is also completely forgettable. It felt like more of an extended tv drama than a film to be honest...