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Little Boy Blues (1999)

Four unemployed, uninspired, life loving 20-something guys decide to turn their backs on society and hit the road in the world's slowest little bus, taking things one mile at a time.

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Lou
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Daniel
Patrick Stevenson ...
Jack
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Sam
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That Guy
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Waiter
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Odette
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Sandy
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Allison
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Tara
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Casino Guard
Jocelyne Loewen ...
Bride
Todd Sands ...
Groomsman
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Casino Dealer #1
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Four unemployed, uninspired, life loving 20-something guys decide to turn their backs on society and hit the road in the world's slowest little bus, taking things one mile at a time.

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You can't turn back the clock, but you can always go for a drive.

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Comedy | Drama

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15 December 1999 (Canada)  »

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1.66 : 1
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Sebastian Spence appears three separate times as three different characters: the Groom, the Hillbilly and the transvestite. See more »

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Daniel: We should be spooning.
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In memory of BusBus 1971-2000 See more »

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Why has nobody seen this!!??
25 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

At first glance, this movie looks terribly independent. In fact, you could go so far as to say that this movie is very 'Canadian'. If that's the case, than more movies should be Canadian.

The real beauty of this film is that there are several conversations that blur the line between what is scripted dialogue and what may or may not be a little bit of ad lib. I give credit to the cast who deliver said dialogue as if it were their own words.

This movie is really for those guys who have "those guy friends" and spew stupid stuff when they're together. The kind of guys that play the 'Who'd you rather?" game and annoy each other with the same s*** day in and day out. The kind of guys you want to hang out with forever, but then realize one day that you gotta grow up and take responsibility.

This movie is an indie MUST SEE. I dare say that if you enjoy Kevin Smith's dialogue-rich commentary-driven films, check this one out. 9 out of 10


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