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Black possesses an impressive visual instinct, enhanced by Doug Chamberlain's cinematography, which distinguishes the film from other modestly budgeted indies.
Lacking so much as one interesting creative flourish, Moving McAllister may inspire your inner-development exec to scream out script notes in the hope that somehow, maybe, the characters will hear you and give them a try.
You'd have to be awfully new to moviegoing to be surprised by any of the plot points in Moving McAllister
Though Moving McAllister's heart and soul are in the right place, it's a terrible excuse for a movie.
There's so little to it that it's kind of a miracle anything actually stuck onto the film emulsion. Yet unfold along it does for 93 unimaginative minutes.
Bad really is too delicate a word to describe the film.
If you don't know where this movie is going within the first 10 minutes, I have a moving van to sell you, cheap.
It's about time to say that Heder's 15 minutes of fame have run out. He's simply regurgitating the same one-note, doofus shtick he's been milking since Napoleon Dynamite, and it's gotten tiresome.
It's called Moving McAllister, but a better title would be Ripping Off Reiner.
Can't figure out why people didn't like this movie. I thought it was funny. If you go in not taking it too seriously then you are bound to enjoy the quirky characters and the crazy antics. I say it's funny.
Ben Gourly, Mila Kunis, Jon Heder, Rutger Hauer, Hubbel Palmer
Rick Robinson is a ladder-climbing law intern from Miami with four days until the Bar Exam. Desperate to score points with his boss (McAllister), he commits to a favor he can't afford. He ends up in a rundown truck headed to L.A. with his boss's possessions, his Hollywood-bound niece, and her pet pig. Amidst hitch-hikers, breakdowns, and assorted local yokels, Rick finds love, life and maybe himself in this trans-American road trip from hell.
Great comedy. Laughed a lot through this film. It's silly, quirky, a little weird, and very entertaining. Jon Heder was hillarious in this movie. Just a fun roadtrip movie to watch, not to be taken seriously. About a guy just finding himself with the help from a couple of free spirited people. This movie got a lot of bad reviews, but I have to disagree. I found it refreshing and very funny. Maybe not most peoples taste, but I like these kinds of comedies. There's no doubt that this movie will make you laugh.
Decent romantic comedy
Eccentric characters! Wacky situations! Nearly no laughs!
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