Zach and Ben have been best buddies since they were in grade school. They were those "two guys" that we all know, opposites, but still the same kid. Their friendship continued through High ... See full summary »
Zach and Ben have been best buddies since they were in grade school. They were those "two guys" that we all know, opposites, but still the same kid. Their friendship continued through High School. Zach continually got them in trouble due to his carefree existence, and Ben was oblivious to everything as he became smitten by the girl of his dreams. Just as Ben got the nerve to pursue her, she moved out of the neighborhood, leaving Ben devastated for many years to come. Twelve years later, Ben & Zach, now in their mid-20's, still close friends, but have drifted apart due to making different choices in life. Ben is overworked and doesn't spend time doing the things he loves. He buries himself day and night in his work at a law firm. The only thing outside of work Ben has focused on is his life-long crush on the girl he met years ago in high school. Zach, an easy-going guy who enjoys everything he does, happily spends his days taking care of the elderly at a nursing home. Zach's only ... Written by
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With out a paddle natures calling was a terrible movie i disliked it very much. it took the old movie which was awesome and made a complete knock off of it. it had the same story with a few quarks to it. the director Ellory Elkayem took and ruined the first (directed by Steven Brill) now if they had the original cast it would have been a great sequel. or if Steven Brill was directing it at least. but why take a great movie and completely destroy its title! i thought the movie was bad. if there was a zero rating for this movie i would have gave it that! alls i would want is the original cast i don't even think they tried to get them in the project. therefore without a paddle natures calling was bad!
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