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95 Miles to Go (2004)

Ray Romano's eight-day drive through the south on a stand-up comedy tour becomes more than he bargains for when longtime friend and opening act, Tom Caltabiano, brings a film student along ... See full summary »

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Ray Romano's eight-day drive through the south on a stand-up comedy tour becomes more than he bargains for when longtime friend and opening act, Tom Caltabiano, brings a film student along to document their thousand-mile journey. Together, all three struggle with Ray's obsessions, phobias, and insecurities in this unscripted exploration of newfound fame. Written by Tom Caltabiano

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1000 Miles. 8 Days. 7 Cities. 2 Friends. 1 Car. Never Again.


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Rated R for language
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16 October 2004 (USA)  »

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$2,203 (USA) (7 April 2006)

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$2,203 (USA) (7 April 2006)
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Stay tuned after the credits for an epilogue showing what happened during the next year's season of "Everybody Loves Raymond." See more »

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Very funny & insightful look at Ray Romano--he's a regular guy with a ton of hilarious neuroses!
13 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I didn't know what to expect when I heard about this documentary, I thought it was going to be more of a comedy concert movie than an intimate look at the man who starred in the very popular, long-running sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond." But as it turns out, I was totally engrossed the entire time--Ray is as naturally hilarious in real life as he is a talented actor on the screen. It was great to see him interacting with the behind-the-scenes people at the different venues (his comedy performances are interspersed within the road tour framework of the film), driving across the South & freaking out about flies, toxic smells & pre-opened water bottles, & telling his friend/opening act/director of the film Tom Caltabiano how he really feels about his fame, money & insecurities. I highly recommend catching this film either on HBO or when it's released on DVD for its intimate "warts & all" portrayal of one of the most well-known actors/comedians of our time!


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