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While this road movie may not have great originality or huge box-office potential, it's a low-key charmer with a large-souled performance at its center.
The script (by director Gary Lundgren with James Twyman) is modestly feel-good to a fault and the scenery expectedly beautiful, but it's the unforced acting providing the most nourishment.
Solid acting overcomes a lack of dynamic tension in this family-friendly film.
It is, among other things, a sharp distaff rejoinder to the male-centered, sour-faced "Nebraska."
Not without its charms, but do elderly filmgoers really need their entertainment this watered down?
worth the trip to appreciate the acting
Shirley Knight gives a winning lead performance, and the film captures the beauty of Southern Oregon landscapes.
Knight shines in this contemplative, unrushed road movie on foot, with a rare, respectful focus on the existential despair of an older woman. And a solitary journey that is a female take on voyaging through those woods that are lovely, dark and deep.
A marginal showcase for fans of the twice Oscar-nominated Shirley Knight that falters by taking the road more frequently traveled.
A road-trip movie that takes its time, with an enjoyable ramble through the beautiful woods of southern Oregon, 'Redwood Highway' is a character study of a determined, if sometimes perplexed, woman.
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