A workaholic father who attempts to visit his daughter during a layover in LA, only to discover that she's disappeared, is forced to team up with her awkward ex-boyfriend to find her over the course of one transformative night.
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Abandoned by his father at the age of five and raised in near isolation by a loving, yet emotionally unstable and over-protective mother, the only life Peel Munter has ever known is within ... See full summary »
Eloise, having been relieved of maid of honor duties after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text, decides to attend the wedding anyway, only to find herself seated with five fellow unwanted guests at the dreaded Table 19.
Six months after that awkward introductory dinner with the tough and workaholic father of his girlfriend Ginnie, Martin, a talented but broke banjo musician, finds Mr Gallo knocking on his door looking for his daughter. Still heartbroken after breaking up with Ginnie, single and clueless, Martin will have no other choice but to hit the road and form an improbable search party with his ex-father-in-law, in an all-night adventure all over west Hollywood. Eventually, by the end of the night, the team will learn how to leave the past behind, move on, and most importantly, open their eyes and live. Nevertheless, where could Ginnie be?Written by
Martin (Hirsch) and Mr. Gallo (Simmons) recognize their potential for bonding whilst appreciating a Bob Seger song on the car radio. The final song performed by Martin's band is Bob Seger's 'Night Moves' as a testament to their new friendship. See more »
At the end Hirsch is playing the banjo on stage but is fingering notes and chords outside of the capo which is further down the neck of his banjo. See more »
Shit! Because it's... it's frustrating, 'cause you don't trust me like I trust you! Because all you wanna do is sit around watching "Game of Thrones" and fantasize about Jaime Lannister! You do! You want to bang the shit out of Jaime Lannister! That's fine! I don't get mad at you, because I get it! Even with one hand, he's beautiful!
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Absolutely boring. I saw a trailer and it seemed like something worth seeing. First 20 minutes and it's obvious, that the trailer was the best part. J.K. Simmons was not enough, though he did his best. Ginnie and Martin were really bad. And all the exhibition of friends was not funny at all.
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