Climbing aboard their mammoth recreational vehicle for a cross-country road trip to the Colorado Rockies, the McNeive family – led by dysfunctional patriarch, Bob – prepares for the adventure of a lifetime. But spending two weeks together in one seriously small space has a way of cramping their style.

The Munros are a typically American dysfunctional family, complete with rebellious, uncommunicative offspring and baffled parents. The movie follows their misadventures when they rent an RV for a road trip to the Colorado Rockies, where they ultimately have to contend with a bizarre community of campers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Owen D (ag) wrote: Really boring, and horrible CGI. but hey it had Tom Berenger in it!!

Stephen S (nl) wrote: So hilariously bad, it's definitely worth watching. What's weird though is that from watching this film, it really felt like it was trying to do Mad Max Fury Road 3 years before it came out...it just did a really, really bad job of it.

Laila N (ca) wrote: This wasn't that great, well it's British. It has some nice concepts and quotes about love and relationships... I'd watch it just for them... its kinda funny too

miranda p (kr) wrote: subject was a good one but the movie was bland and uninteresting

Angela R (au) wrote: Terrible, terrible movie.

Chad T (kr) wrote: My all time favorite movie

Emma S (nl) wrote: All I remember is chicks being flung about and getting their beaks singed

Eliabeth S (us) wrote: Compelling story - and I actually like the main actor even though the reviews get on his case - but my main beef is with the film production. The story is told so straightforwardly, and with awkward editing, etc., so that there is no appreciation of how serendipitous some of the changes in Solomon's life are. It progresses as if everything were inevitable. Solomon's human reactions to everything are a bright spot, in my opinion.

Jessica J (ru) wrote: Isabelle Adjani stole the screen.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Monday, October 1, 2012 (1985) 8 Million Ways To Die THRILLER Dull and disoriented movie who can't decide whether it wants to be a 'film noir' or an 'action' film but in the end ends up being a thriller. At the first 5 minutes, Jeff Bridges as "Matt" Scuder who babbles while on a helicopter about the movies title about how theirs "8 million ways to die" we soon find out that it has absolutely nothing to do with the rest of the film for both the producers as well as the director were probably looking for a movie title since by looking at the title and the picture of the poster - it does look like an action film. Bridges really plays a narcs agent and as a result of shooting and then killing a Mexican drug client who was presented with a warrant for his arrest but instead of cooperating he decides to take a bat beating a former narcs agent to death, internal affairs harasses his ass for saving that former narcs life from whatever blows he could've sustained and the film does not recognize that- it does however, acknowledges that this drug guy also has a family with three underage kids who had to witness this whole thing including their father getting killed for not cooperating. Matt (Bridges) then goes on a serious drinking binge forcing him to leave his family as well as his job since he feels very guilty and drinks lots whenever he feels guilty. After he goes to AA meetings and is about to take full control over his drinking situation, one of the members hands him a note asking him to be somewhere with some money attached to this letter. He goes

Scott H (au) wrote: looks great but i dunno who's to blame for the acting? the actors or the script..

Gordon B (gb) wrote: One night a group of wealthy aristocrats gathers to have a diner party. They eat, drink, & politely socialize, but when morning comes, for some inexplicable reason none of the guests can leave the party. Trapped, the wealthy guests slowly begin to degenerate into savagery & brutality. This macabre tale from surrealist filmmaker Luis Buuel still delights because it illustrates all the hostility that lays under the surface of human "civilization" . It's a must for fans of surreal cinema

Drew M (br) wrote: kirk douglas kicking ass in color

Jerry F (ru) wrote: Vin Diesel meets James Bond ! Unbelievably Brilliant ! Everything is here that the new James Bond has lost...Sexy cars, Sexy Girls and good action.