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Jennifer Kaiser over 2 years ago
Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Enjoyed it. Great dialogue. Thought the black & white photography was a bit unnecessary.
Dónal Kennedy over 3 years ago
Bleak but sweet family drama set in the desolate wilds of the Midwest.
Michael Cole 4 years ago
Grumpy old man
Damian Campo almost 5 years ago
Totally recommended, it's pretty impressive how the movie reflects old men behaviors.
Tony Gandía 5 years ago
Strong character study about aging. Dern, Squibb and Forte bring this family to life.
Mary Elise Murphy 5 years ago
Superb acting and some great moments.
Lisa B over 5 years ago
It's really good. As in, REALLY good.
Christopher Leno over 5 years ago
Very good with some great humour.
Daniel Jones almost 6 years ago
A beautifully shot, absolutely magnificent drama/comedy. Didn't feel it was slow at all.
wayupnorth almost 6 years ago
Very slow, but that's part of the story. I enjoyed the story. But too slow ...
Mario Schievenini 6 years ago
Lovely photography. Great acting and it made me laugh many times.
Griffin Maurer 6 years ago
Heartfelt and funny, albeit a bit slow. Beautiful cinematography, decent acting all around
emilio murillo over 6 years ago
Bleak portrayal of an unhappy aging man's life. Honest characters. Raw/gloomy performances
Austin over 6 years ago
This saccharine and superficial road film proves to be nothing more than Oscar-bait.
Kirsten Hildonen over 6 years ago
Taken as a whole, great, but the treatment of its characters is sometimes condescending
Charlie Alcock over 6 years ago
Lovely loveliness.
bethswald over 6 years ago
Funny, sad, quiet portrait of midwest Americana
Matthew Bettencourt over 6 years ago
What an extraordinary performance by Bruce Dern.
An aging, booze-addled father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim a million dollar Publisher's Clearing House sweepstakes prize.
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