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Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road (2002)

Neal Oliver, a very confused young man and an artist (played by James Marsden) takes a journey of a lifetime on a highway I60 that doesn't exist on any of the maps, going to the places he never even heard of, searching for an answer and his dreamgirl.

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Ray
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Krista Leis ...
Ann
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Neal Oliver is a young artist, but his father doesn't like his choice and wants him to go to Oxford. Everything changes after Neal's meeting with O.W.Grant, who grants exactly one wish per person, as his name suggests. Neal wishes for answers, and so he must travel to the nonexistent Danver by the nonexistent Interstate 60. In this trip he hopes to find the girl of his dreams, following the trail of her photos on the advertising stands along the route. Many encounters await him ahead. Will he receive what he asked for? Written by Valery Prikhodko

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It began as a wish, became an adventure, and ended as the ultimate road trip. See more »


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Rated R for language and sexual references | See all certifications »
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10 September 2003 (Philippines)  »

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$7,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The tie worn by Christopher Lloyd's character Ray, when he performs the perception test, is a 1995 Ralph Marlin Tie titled Billiards II. See more »

Goofs

The rope barriers along the ground leading to the desk in suite 1300. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Neal Oliver: [voiceover] Given an infinite universe and infinite time, all things will happen. That means that every event is inevitable, including those that are impossible. And it's as good an explanation for all of this as anything else. Now, a lot of stories start in bars, so that's where we're going to start this one. Not because I was there - I wasn't. But because it's a damn good introduction to a very unique... fellow.
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The end credits testify "No computer or miniatures were used to create or enhance the destruction of any vehicles in this movie". See more »

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References X-Men (2000) See more »

Soundtracks

I Get A Kick Out Of You
Performed by Frank Sinatra
Written by Cole Porter
Published by Warner Bros Music Inc. (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under License From EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
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Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say (Possible Spoilers)
28 January 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From the man, Bob Gale, that gave us the Back to The Future trilogy comes Interstate 60. A story that everyone can pretty much relate to.

Well I say that this is one of the best movies that I have ever seen and I mean that 100%. This movie relates so much to life and shows you the results of the decisions that you make.

I waited so long to see this that I marked on my calender the day it would come out on DVD so I could go rent it at my local video store. When I first started watching it I wasn't to sure about it but by the time it was over I was sitting there amazed that a movie this good couldn't find distribution for so long and had to be put out as a direct to video release, especially with all the crap being put out at the theaters. I also couldn't wait to watch it again so I went out and bought it.

I thought the story was really good though I think the language was over the top. To me this movie was basically what everyone goes through in life. Finding that dream girl/guy, drugs, pressure from a parent/guardian,and wanting an answer to life.

The actors did a great job and Chris Cooper was hysterical. Amy Smart was hilarious when first introduced and Christopher Lloyd reminded me of his character in the Back to The Future movies.

If you need to see a thought provoking non-stop fun movie then please hop in your car and take the road less traveled down Interstate 60.


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