After being there for a year, twenty-something Adam Stevenson decides to quit his dead end office job in the big city following "the incident", and head back to live with his parents in the small town in which he grew up until he figures out what to do, his life path trajectory interrupted in large part because of the incident. He receives mixed messages from his parents about his return, they who receive him with little fanfare yet who have kept his private telephone line active in his bedroom during his year away. News of his return to his old high school friends and acquaintances has also preceded him, many who heard that he went crazy. The townsperson with who he ends up bonding with the most is his old high school acquaintance, the adolescent minded Mac, with who he was reunited on a chance encounter. Together, they embark on an adolescently directed bucket list, for the satisfaction of completing the tasks, but for Adam also to help him rejuvenate his life so that he can find ... Written by
things to do.... a refreshing change from all the Hollywood blockbusters!!!
the film brings about many issues in life and makes us think how wonderful it is to be alive!!!! mid-life crisis, stranded in a big city, feeling a bit lost, depressed. Things to do with the aid of a beautiful soundtrack shines a positive light on how life can suck for some and emphasises the importance of being positive, keeping busy and enjoying yourself.
he moves home, he makes a new friend.... re lives his childhood and goes about on a mission to do all the things he wanted to do... GENIUS!!!! the film is a quite therapeutic and cruises along at a nice pace. Beautiful film... highly recommended and will definitely make you chuckle once and awhile!!! first review.... so spare me please lol
7 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?