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An odd couple of sorts, introspective and stern Alvin (Rudd) and his girlfriend's brother, Lance (Hirsch), dopey and insecure, leave the city behind to spend the summer of 1988 repainting the traffic lines on a desolate country highway where the surrounding areas have been ravaged by wildfire. In this solitary backdrop, the two bicker and joke with each other as they reflect on their relationships with women, resulting in a clumsy fall headfirst into an unlikely friendship.
Beautiful movie: great acting, gorgeous surroundings and good story telling. There are a lot of hidden stories and developments in a movie that shows how two men grow closer... Read morePublished 5 months ago by D R.
A peaceful movie, but not great. Okay. Not something I'd recommend to friends as a must see.Published 7 months ago by L. Gillespie
This is a movie for which you have to be in the right mood. It is a slow story of two drifters that discover friendship from doing a monotonous job day after day. Read morePublished 8 months ago by reader54
I thought this movie would be hysterical, but it's actually pretty terrible. On the bright side, it showed up very quickly after I ordered it!Published 9 months ago by Erin Archuleta
My expectations were not high for this quirky little film, but it was fine. I enjoyed the setting of my beloved burned Bastrop park.Published 9 months ago by popcorn
This is the type of film Paul Rudd used to do before he hooked up with Judd Apatow. He owes Apatow a thank you. What a snoozefest of a film.Published 10 months ago by IntoMoYouKnow