When a recent widower consumed with regret seeks absolution in riding his motorcycle cross-country to confront the mistakes of his past, he unexpectedly discovers that life is about moving forward, one mile at a time.
After a tense few months following a miscarriage and an unemployment spell, things are finally looking up for Sean (Kevin Sizemore) and Lisa Miller (Elizabeth Harnois) when Sean lands his ... See full summary »
Supernatural/Horror set against the backdrop of Bangkok, Thailand. After a high-speed police chase leads to an unexpected crash, two American bank robbers and their three local hostages ... See full summary »
Amy begins her first night shift in a hotel with a murderous past. Witnessing terrifying events and trapped within a loop, Amy must find a way to escape the flesh obsessed murderer and save residents of the hotel.
After an unnatural event leaves mankind nearly extinct, a runaway girl and a rogue bounty hunter brave a dangerous wilderness to find a fabled sanctuary that can either save or destroy what's left of humanity.
Jeffrey Vincent Parise
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After the sudden death of his wife and a fractured relationship with his two daughters, John Moore along with his best friend Charlie Wylde, decide to ride their motorcycles from Long Island, New York to the West coast. In this modern day western, they are reminded of the beauty this country has to offer, encounter many interesting people, and unexpectedly discover something about themselves. "Life is a ride...one mile at a time."
Didn't know what I was getting into, so the aerial views of our East coast was a beautiful surprise. The colors popped off our screen.
The film's setup can be a bit confusing but it's simple enough. The whole film is more a slide show of America and our people, than a mystery.
Personally I don't subscribe to Harley mania but I a very familiar with this vein of our country of peoples.
The movie is not sad but more beautiful than anything. What a great accomplishment for the actor, writer, and director who are all the same guy. Gina is perfect, and Tom gives it his best (though I don't think he actually rides, lol).
The California/Santa Monica bit was as accurate as my life. The beauty that comes from success at being Americans with careers and healthcare.
It's a nice, easy and visually appealing film for a Saturday night. The American Dream realized and reaffirmed on film.
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