Critic Review - Globe and Mail

Okay, since the destination is preordained, what does the script do en route? Estevez's answer is two-fold: minor episodic adventures + incessantly repeated montages.

November 4, 2011 Full Review Source: Globe and Mail | Comments (3)
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Marsha Quick

Marsha Quick

This is an obtuse comment which shows you shouldn't be reviewing films.

Oh wait...it's a joke, right?

Jan 9 - 03:14 PM

Becky Tyler

Becky Tyler

I don't know what you were expecting from this movie. It was not supposed to be a Chauncey tale or Shakesphere, but how about a simple tale of a father finding common ground with his son? Why is it you critics have to see the tree, without seeing the forest? This is a wonderfully done movie, which those of us who have ACTUALLY travelled and met/lived with folks like these from around the world, can relate to. The plot, dialogue, and feelings ring true. In real life, most times the end is small and boring. It is the journey that means everything.

Feb 10 - 09:29 PM

Becky Tyler

Becky Tyler

the above comment was written by my husband, but I agree

Feb 10 - 09:33 PM

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