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A Fork in the Road (2009)

Will, an escaped convict, inadvertently takes refuge in a barn the same night the owners, April and Martin, get into a terrible fight. A gun shot goes off inside the house. April drags ... See full summary »

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Will, an escaped convict, inadvertently takes refuge in a barn the same night the owners, April and Martin, get into a terrible fight. A gun shot goes off inside the house. April drags Martin's body outside and discovers Will. He convinces her that he is not there to harm her but has witnessed the murder so they must cooperate or both go to prison. The two take out to dispose of the body only to find out he is not dead. The task of disposal turns into a kidnapping nightmare and, as the two try to navigate the turn of events, they find they must make some hard choices to keep from losing it all. Written by Anonymous

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For every couple who has never killed each other.

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Will Carson: [about murder scene] I'd like to clean up now. If we could fit that into your emotional schedule...
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Unlike so many movies, it gets better as it goes on.
11 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

This started out pretty mediocre but just kept getting better as it progressed.

Initially it seemed to me like the female lead was doing a Michelle Pfeiffer routine, while the male lead was doing a Ben Stiller one, and that was a bit grating, but as it went along they came into their own, and I wound up liking both of them much, much more than I like either Pfeiffer or Stiller. (I feel kind of bad hoping that neither of these two actors ever get a really big break, so that they don't get super- spoiled and transparently egotistical like most major Hollywood actors, tainting their future performances, because I liked them so much here.)

I would encourage you stick with this movie and let it develop, because it really just keeps getting better as is it builds steam with the odd turns in the plot. Some suspension of disbelief is required, of course, but it's not too unreasonable at all for a movie. This comedy really just simply succeeds with very winning main characters in a convoluted plot with a lot of "intelligent" laughs.

I don't want to sound like an old geezer whining about the good old days (I'm not even that old), but a basically wholesome movie like this (at least for the times we live in) with such likable performances from essentially unknown actors without the distractions of a bunch of mindless special effects is just the kind of treat I'm always looking for and have such a hard time finding--personally I would take a movie like this over a typical Hollywood blockbuster every single night of the week. The really sad thing is that you could probably make 20 of these for the same cost as one single Michael Bay flick. What is wrong with our world?


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