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It's the day after Thanksgiving, and Long Island wife Eliza finds a note that makes her suspect her husband, Louis of having an affair with some woman named Sandy. So she and her obnoxious family all pile into the station wagon and drive up and down lower Manhattan searching for Louis so Eliza can talk to him face-to-face. Trapped in a car all day, they're going through the same motions over and over again, like vaudevillians who know only one routine. Finally, as the family gets closer to the problem at hand, they stumble into the truth about themselves.
A true gem. An indie film with a superb cast as well as a marvelous script and direction from Greg Mattola. Read morePublished 1 month ago by My2Cents
This movie is so funny!!! I love Parker Posey and this is one of her best movies! Her mother's character is practically in love with her boyfriend, Carl. Read morePublished on November 13, 2011 by tammyg
I received this video in quick time, and both the packaging and content were great! Sometimes older movies that have been put into DVD have this awful shadowing where the scenes... Read morePublished on February 12, 2011 by siena21
I love this movie! I had been looking for this movie for years. I was very excited to receive it. The movie was brand new and in excellent condition. Read morePublished on September 5, 2010 by Evelyn "Salt"
The film is outstanding -- Mottola's best, in my opinion.
However, this review is of the DVD itself. Read more
Watching this movie was not chore-like for me. I would say to just watch it and see. I bought it for about what I would have paid to rent it. Read morePublished on December 24, 2009 by Amazon Customer
Great writing, great acting, great story, original, funny, smart. Rent it today at a netflix near you.Published on October 10, 2009 by S. Zales
Does anyone know why "The Daytrippers" is out of print, and whether it will again become available on DVD? Read morePublished on April 10, 2006 by Sonny Cahill