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29 Reasons to Run (2006)

Murphy's Law takes over when a slacker (Jack Paradise) runs out of couches to sleep on and decides to take a road trip to find his lost love, but only after tricking his novel-challenged ... See full summary »

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Murphy's Law takes over when a slacker (Jack Paradise) runs out of couches to sleep on and decides to take a road trip to find his lost love, but only after tricking his novel-challenged writer and best friend (Peter Jonson) into believing that this trip could be the story he's been searching to write all of his life. Written by GW

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"Everyone Has Their Reasons"

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Won BEST FEATURE at the 2007 Beaufort Film Festival. See more »

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An excellent representation of people in their thirties trying to find meaning in their lives,
3 October 2006 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

A great cast always brings life to a film. "29 reasons to run" is not the exception. A truly ordinary story develops in a very funny manner, with a lots of surprises here and there. Director Damon O' Steen really captures the essence of every character, reflecting a true understanding of every character.

The cast is just superb. Gary Weeks and Branden Waits make an extraordinary pair, completely different, they just add to each others personality, the party animal vs. the uptight hard worker. Together a hilarious cast just make the funny and interesting, the viewer can easily relate to a character.

Shot in familiar locations in the America, O' Steen really captures life in southern America bringing warmth to the film. A must see.


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