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Lowfill Tarmak over 6 years ago
Nice road trip, a good proportion of sadness and humor. A little bit gooey too, but is ok
heidijane almost 7 years ago
Kind of meh indie film. I liked that Zooey D's character had more edge than usual.
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
Full of great characters. Interesting road trip movie. A little unbelievable at times.
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Michael Feihstel over 8 years ago
The Go-Getter is a 2007 American independent road movie directed and written by Martin Hynes. The film stars Lou Taylor Pucci, Zooey Deschanel, and Jena Malone. In the film, 19-year-old Mercer (Pucci) steals a stranger's car to embark on a road trip to find his estranged brother and tell him that their mother has died. He communicates with the car's owner, Kate (Deschanel), via her cell phone while he travels. The story was based partially on Hynes's own experiences. After his mother died, and his marriage ended, he took a road trip of his own and wrote "different things," some of which came together in the script for The Go-Getter. Before production began, Hynes and three other crew members traveled to almost every location visited in the film to perform a test shoot, trying various filming styles and techniques. Filming took place between October and November 2005 in Oregon, Nevada, California, and Mexico. Singer and guitarist M. Ward provided most of the music for the film,...
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