Michael Reynolds is a rich oncologist who has a one hundred seventy-five thousand dollar sports car, a multi-million dollar house, and a new boost in his career. Brandon "Blue" Monroe is a ...
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Michael Reynolds is a rich oncologist who has a one hundred seventy-five thousand dollar sports car, a multi-million dollar house, and a new boost in his career. Brandon "Blue" Monroe is a dying patient who kidnaps Reynolds. They are going to a legendary Navajo healing place while a manhunt closes in. Soon the men get closer in understanding, and to the place that may save them both.Written by
Robert Krzanowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Great acting, decent plot, worst sound track ever!
We just viewed this on Netflix.... the plot is credible and interesting. The acting is very good. But we couldn't help but get distracted by a soundtrack that was nothing less that ridiculous. Who in the heck did this?? The backing music was sometimes out of a spaghetti western, then street rap, the gospel and just never really worked with the plot and acting.
Though the plot was interesting and kept us engaged, the ending was most definitely "lackluster" - what a bummer.. It made little sense, it is like they ran out of film and just threw something together for the last 5-mins. Too bad, we liked it until the end, despite the soundtrack.
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