Cas & Dylan

2013, Comedy/Drama, 1h 30m

13 Reviews 100+ Ratings

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A dying doctor with plans to go out on his own terms takes a reluctant detour with a 22-year-old woman.

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  • Feb 15, 2017
    Superior Road movie across the beautiful Canadian countryside as the doctor with terminal cancer can't seem to shake the presence of a free-spirited want to be author. The chemistry between these two wildly different people is fun to watch and blended in a way that differentiates The film from many similar ones. Richard Dreyfuss used to be a favorite of mine and it's great to see him back in good form, in fact probably his best since Tin Men. Orphan black's Tatiana Maslany it's another persona to her already lengthy resume, although you could say she most closely resembles Cosima here. There are some funny encounters and numerous enjoyably quirky side characters culminating in a genuinely touching finale with closure. Who knew director Jason Priestley - yes that Jason Priestley - had it in him?
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