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Neither long nor dumb, Hannah Fidell's "The Long Dumb Road" is in reality a terrifically entertaining odd couple road comedy expertly navigated by costars Tony Revolori and Jason Mantzoukas.
Mantzoukas brilliantly juggles all the different forces of Richard's personality so that we never quite know what to make of this guy, which in turn means that we never quite know what will happen next with him and Nat.
The film is built on the chemistry of Revolori and Mantzoukas.
The leads' chemistry nearly redeems this shopworn setup, and the movie is at its best when it simply chills out with them.
Mantzoukas and Revolori are ideally cast, bouncing off each other with a salty-sweet chemistry that's as natural as it is entertaining.
Likable moments are scattered throughout, even if (like a how-to-hitchhike nod to It Happened One Night) they aren't exactly fresh.
Isn't poetic or overtly artful, but it does supply colorful characters and laughs.
A case of realism gone wrong, leading to a complete absence of any incentive whatsoever to care about either of the main characters, let alone get invested in the toxicity of their lives and friendship, thus destroying any real enjoyment.
The Long Dumb Road's Richard and Nat could give Planes, Trains, and Automobiles' Neal and Del a run for their money.
Swearing, drinking, pot in offbeat buddy road comedy.
... charts a well-traveled path of road-trip and buddy-comedy clichés.
Falls prey to predictability. But what the film lacks in surprises, it makes up for with fresh jokes, engaging narrative, and solid performances...
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