Before We Go

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BEFORE WE GO, the directorial debut of Chris Evans, follows the journey of two strangers stuck in New York City for the night. Starting as convenient acquaintances, the two soon grow into each other's most trusted confidants when a night of unexpected adventure forces them to confront their fears and take control of their lives. (C) Radius-TWC

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Alice Eve
as Brooke Dalton
Chris Evans
as Nick Vaughan
Scott Evans
as Concierge
Maria Breyman
as Elevator Girlfriend
Beth Katehis
as Red Head Girl at Bar
Paul Monte Jr.
as Elevator Boyfriend
Allie Woods Jr.
as Man In Grand Central
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  • May 23, 2016
    Inconsistent is the best word to describe Before We Go. The script is full of cliches and plot holes, the chemistry between the two leads is shaky, and the final 20 minutes feel rushed. That being said, there are some redeeming qualities in play. Chris Evans shines in the lead role, even though he has to drag Alice Eve's lifeless performance and inconsistent accent along the way. There are also moments when his touch as a director really shines. The cinematography in the subway really stood out to me as bringing the city to life. I hope he gives directing another shot with a stronger script. All-in-all, unless you're obsessed with Chris Evans or just want to watch a romance regardless of quality, don't waste your time with this one.
    Ben B Super Reviewer
  • Oct 01, 2015
    While it feels very much like the "Before Trilogy" that was so beautifully created by writer-director Richard Linklater, "Before We Go" stars Chris Evans (Nick) and Alice Eve (Brooke) as they spend a night on the town together, looking for her purse and trying to raise money to get her home. As her marriage may be in jeopardy, Brooke has her purse stolen as she is about to get on a train and race her husband home. She happens to run into a subway musician who will make it his goal to get her home. The film plays out like one long hangout on the town that sparks a real connection between the two. Films like this heavily rely on the chemistry between the two lead actors/actresses, and I must say, they made me love these characters from start to finish. I will say that this premise has been done many time and the dialogue is nothing new, but the cast really makes it work. I believe this to be a criminally underrated indie film that is deifnitely worth your time.
    KJ P Super Reviewer

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