Three friends, whose lives have been drifting apart, reunite for the funeral of a fourth childhood friend. When looking through their childhood belongings, they discover a trunk which contained details on a quest their friend was attempting. It revealed that he was hot on the trail of the $200,000 that went missing with airplane hijacker D.B. Cooper in 1971. They decide to continue his journey, but do not understand the dangers they will soon encounter. Written by
Most of the outdoor camping scenes were shot inside a very large warehouse. See more »
In the scene just after the funeral where they enter their old tree house it is dark outside but after Dan enters the tree house you can clearly see that it is daytime outside through the cracks and gaps in the wood. See more »
How do you guys get supplies?
When we need supplies, we radio the Earthchild Support Network.
Radio? You guys have a *radio*?
Yeah. We haven't used it since that last big thunderstorm. Remember that Flower?
Oh my god. That thunderstorm was *so* spiritual. Earthchild's limbs were waving and heaving back and forth like she was dancing to the rhythm of the thunder. It was like, BAM! BAM! BAM! Full on... fanatric... orgasm.
So where is this radio?
Tree had an orgasm?
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by Bubba Sparxxx (as Warren Anderson Mathis), Tim Mosley (as Timothy Z. Mosley) & Ryan Tedder
Performed by Bubba Sparxxx featuring Ryan Tedder
Published by Virginia Beach Music (ASCAP) admin. by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) / EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI) o/b/o itself and Two Hundred Miles from Civilization / Write2Live Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Interscope Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
The whole rating system is kind of skewed. Some people rated this film low because it wasn't Larwrence of Arabia but then it wasn't meant to be. It's like comparing actors when they play different roles. You can only really compare them playing the same role.
Anyway I went to the film expecting a goofy stoner type of mindless entertainment. Just a laugh. But I was pleasantly surprised that not only was it funny but some deeper thought had gone into it. The plot was more substantial than I expected, there were bits of philosophy sprinkled throughout which accentuated the positive side of life, and the cast was pretty good too. I'm not sure what inspired Burt Reynolds to play his character but he did it well as did all of the players.
But mainly the movie was funnier than hell. I almost embarrassed myself I laughed so hard during the first bear sequence. The image of Mott saying 'help' as he looked back while being carried off had me laughing way too high way too long but it and some other scenes were hilarious and I couldn't help it then either.
All in all a good film for the genre. And surprisingly while I think it appeals to the stoner crowd it's cool in that it incorporates it without promoting it though it doesn't avoid it either. In fact I was struck by the fact that the bad guys were red neck smokers and the good guys were dopey beer drinkers but apparently nothing more.
Lastly the film cleverly pays homage to other films throughout. Deliverance, The Matrix, and others are covered and probably a few I missed.
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