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Open Road (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UltraViolet)

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Academy Award nominees Andy Garcia and Juliette Lewis join Camilla Belle and Colin Egglesfield in this heartwarming coming-of-age story. Angie (Belle) is a free spirit living on her own terms and occasionally waitressing to make money. But when she makes connections with a drifter (Garcia), a handsome cop (Egglesfield), and his sister (Lewis), she finds herself torn between her life of absolute freedom and being tied to people who care about her. Beautifully filmed and acted, it’s an inspiring film about love in all its many forms.

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    • Actors: Camilla Belle, Colin Egglesfield, Andy Garcia, Juliette Lewis, Christiane Torloni
    • Directors: Marcio Garcia
    • Writers: Julia Camara
    • Producers: Uri Singer, Tal Vigderson, Julia Camara, Joe Lorenzo
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Ultraviolet, Widescreen
    • Language: English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1)
    • Subtitles: French, Spanish
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: All Regions
    • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated:
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    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: May 21, 2013
    • Digital Copy Expiration Date: May 2, 2016 (Click here for more information)
    • Run Time: 86 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00BOM98OC
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,449 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    There are moments in life when we all feel the need to embark upon a quest. Sometimes we run from something, and sometimes we run toward the goal post. When that journey happens early, it can certainly provide the necessary backdrop for a coming-of-age tale.

    Even with top actors like Andy Garcia, Juliette Lewis and Camilla Belle, I didn't expect much from the Open Road and its $3 Million budget. But I am a father, and as such, the plot of a daughter taking to the road to track down an estranged father that abandoned the family... well, it resonated with me. So, while I knew this was a "chick-flick," I welcomed the intensity break after having watched a spate of high-octane Sci-fi/Horror films.

    Overall, while the pacing was a tad slow, the "Open Road" was a feel good, family-friendly ride. Angie (played by the attractive Camilla Belle) is trying to deal with the emotional hurt from her father leaving, and needs to reconcile these events before her life can return to a more predictable path. The acting was solid, the cinematography was fine and the story was consistent, albeit a bit white-washed. The movie never depicts the harsh reality of living on the go without a roof over your head. Angie camps in the woods, sleeps in her car, stays pretty and paints - that's a fairly sanitized vision. The one haunting experience that she suffers through is presented to the viewer in piecemeal flashbacks with an outcome that is never quite shown - we are left wondering if she escaped or was forced to endure the encounter. This perhaps calls to mind a weakness in the film... the transitions leave a lot of questions, and deeper writing would have enhanced the offering.
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    I was expecting more of a fluffy romantic movie. The first 25-30 minutes were a great intro to the lead character. But everything after that just dragged on and on and seemed anti-climactic. It felt like just watching someone living their quiet life. Nothing too exciting. Nothing extraordinary. Just watching a girl go through the same circumstances that a lot of people go through.
    I took away a star for the attempted-rape flashbacks. At the end of the movie you are left wondering why in the world those were included at all. They added nothing to the story. My only guess is that it was used as a red herring - she mentions throughout the movie that she's looking for someone. So maybe the flashbacks are to lead us to believe she is looking for her attackers? I'm not sure. That's the only reason I can come up with. And then they leave that storyline completely untold and unresolved. I don't know. I guess I think if you're going to take on a subject like rape or abuse, you need to commit to it and present it properly. Not just toss it in as an afterthought to mislead the viewers.
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    Slow paced and in some places a bit hard to comprehend. Why a young woman would openly choose to be homeless living in a tent. Oh no mom don't plead for me to come home and live that luxury lifetsyle by the pool. I prefer potential rapists and mosquitos living in a tent. What is the odds that father who abandoned her would show up in the middle of nowhere (He too living a hermit lifetsyle)? Oh dispense with believability and it is an ok movie. 3 stars
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    The beginning of OPEN ROAD is highly suggestive, with director Marco Garcia depicting different moments in Angie's (Camilla Belle's) life, as she works as a server, travels along a lonely road, and tries to communicate with her mother back in Brazil. It's clear she's got something to hide, but we have no idea what; all we know is that she is a talented artist, who translates all her emotional pain into her paintings. So far so good; but then the film experiences a failure of nerve and transforms itself into a familiar tale of self-discovery. Angie meets nice boyfriend (Colin Egglesfield), and his skeptical cousin (Juliette Lewis), leaves her boyfriend in the lurch as she goes off on the road, and discovers at the end of the film that her friend Chuck (Andy Garcia) - whom she encountered at her lowest point during her journey - has a dark secret directly relating to her own life. At times the script veers towards the banal, and although the film is well photographed, with several aerial shots of the rolling landscape with Angie's car just a speck on the horizon, one cannot help but feel that director Garcia could have done far more with the material.
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    So first I have to write that my English is not the best... I am sorry about that fact... At first I thought the film let me get tired... Long I did not understand what the woman is searching for... She was searching for her father... Then I was very shocked when she left her boyfriend without any word! The last I did not know til yet what was with the two men who attacked her in the meadow... What happenend there - did she run away? Did they catched her or what? I enjoyed the film and did not fell asleep. I think it is worth to see it! Enjoy it!
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    I really liked this movie because the girl in the story finds love in her life when she dident really have any she just moved from place to place this movie is got good actors in it its got a good love story in it as well and its a good family movie to I got this movie for rent in a redbox and loved it so much I wanted to buy it but its not in stores so I had to order it not one time did I get bored with this movie I really like it cool movie good job
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