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Jonathan Williams over 4 years ago
"On the morning of his 37th birthday, Michael Brown (Adam Scott) takes a call from his estranged, drug addict brother Tobey (Joel Bissonnette), and immediately regrets picking up the phone. Tobey needs a ride, though he's disinclined to let Michael know where he has to go. Michael reluctantly changes his plans to accommodate Tobey, and the pair set out in Michael's beaten up 1975 BMW with a mix tape blaring from an old cassette player, on a meandering odyssey through the suburbs of Los Angeles. In between meeting a number of oddball characters, they talk and bicker, revealing that, despite their contrasting circumstances, they might actually have a lot in common. It's not a new trick for low-budget indie filmmakers to rely so much on banter as the driving component for their films (talk is cheap, after all), but when the chat is as funny, droll and smart as it is here, and when it's delivered with wit and charm by two exceptional lead actors, it's a refreshing and inventive tactic,...
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