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James Earl Jones,
Heartwarming buddy tale of two unlikely heroes whose roadtrip adventure aimed at winning a whitewater river race, despite the fact that one is blind and the other wheelchair bound, leads them to the finish line of true friendship.
Recently I found this movie at the video store and being a Vincent D'Onofrio fan I decided to give it a chance. I found the movie very entertaining. The beginning is a little cheesy but I think it gets going fairly quickly. There was a scene or two that could have been chucked out the window. I thought Lem and Olee were two good characters and both actors portrait was excellent. A better job could have been made at hiding mikes and editing scenes. However, Vincent D'Onofrio was terrific and I also liked farmer John who played Wojo on Barney Miller.
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