The story revolves around three soldiers - Colee, TK and Cheever - who return from the war after suffering injuries and learn that life has moved on without them. They end up on an unexpected road trip across the U.S., with Colee on a mission to bring her boyfriend's guitar back to his family because he saved her life, TK seeking confidence to face his wife after a shrapnel injury that threatens his sexual function and middle-aged Cheever planning to hit the casinos in a desperate effort to pay for his son's college tuition.
Sometimes losing your way home means finding yourself
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26 September 2008 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $183,088,
28 September 2008, Limited Release
Gross USA: $183,088, 28 September 2008
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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The drinks that Cheaver's wife offers Colee and T.K. are Coca-Colas. See more
When TK is at the airport bar in Las Vegas the bartender refills his old fashioned glass with a (generous) shot of tequila. She fills the glass almost halfway full. He takes a slug from the glass and puts it down but in the next shot it's more than half full. See more
[T.K. talks to his platoon while in Iraq
The key is listening to the signals and hearing what they're saying. If she touches you soft, that's how she wants to be touched. You do that until you can hear her get wet. You gotta know women. I'm serious. Last time I went home, my girl was so grateful, she went right outside and started to wash my car. Detailed it, everything, just to thank me. Nah, we gotta stop talking about pussy, 'cause if we're not careful, pussy's gonna get us ...
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References The Fly
A Letter from Prison
Written by Geoff Bartley
Performed by The Infamous Stringdusters
Published by Joshua Omar's Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Sugar Hill Records, a Welk Music Group Company See more