Two highway road workers (Paul Rudd, Emile Hirsch) spend the summer of 1988 isolated and away from their city lives, eventually finding themselves at odds with each other and the women they left behind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two highway road workers spend the summer of 1988 away from their city lives. The isolated landscape becomes a place of misadventure as the men find themselves at odds with each other and the women they left behind.
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Jason W (au) wrote: I enjoyed this film but I was wary of the focus on disability. This film might strike the wrong chord with anyone who hasn't lived around an individual autism for lengthy periods. Some have even said that Spicer and her brother are taking advantage of Tom, the protagonist, by using him as a gimmick. But this doesn't seem to be the case considering how much emphasis they place on the distance between them. Part of the challenges of autistic individuals is accomplishing ambitions despite the limitations of the condition. For this individual to even get close to accomplishing a goal or a desire is something to be applauded. If this film furthers the filmmaker's career as well as mending some broken family bridges then so be it. It's such a feel good film!
Official C (jp) wrote: Kids will undoubtedly enjoy this "Winnie the Pooh" too, as much as any other.
Erwan A (jp) wrote: Des defauts mais ca marche. En revanche une VF deplorable.
Alaine B (mx) wrote: Body Heat...Florida. China Moon...Florida. Body Heat...woman wants husband dead and somebody framed. China Moon...ditto. Both of the framed men are in the legal profession (lawyer, cop). Coincidence or...?
Richard N (au) wrote: This is simply a beautiful film, wonderful photography and a moving story.
Dawna G (jp) wrote: I seen this as a child, sad thing is my Hamster died while I was watching this so never liked it after.
Peter C (es) wrote: A stunning Bill Douglas film. Rarely seen, difficult to find, this is a great film vaguelly about the rise of British Unions, is more focused on the characters who were forced tos truggle through insane hardships for basic human rights. A must- see for anyone interested in cinema.
Shawn W (it) wrote: Decent slasher where an abused wife kills her husband and subsequently goes into hiding with the kids for 40 years in a remote condemned factory. They live in anonimity until their secret hideaway is disturbed by a music video shoot for rock band Solid Gold (a real band known as Easy Action). Tour to support the catchy new single "Blood Tracks" looks very much in doubt.
Lilian W (ru) wrote: Bergman's most experimental film. Perhaps this is why it is less mature than his other works.Excellent performances as usual from Ullman, Andresson and Von Sydow. A note on the side, Yousri Nasrallah borrowed heavily from this film in his L'Aquarium.
Greg R (ru) wrote: Very hit-and-miss, but enough in-jokes with the audience and laughable moments to keep it going.