SADIE is the story of a girl who will stop at nothing to preserve her father's place on the home front. Sadie (Sophia Mitri Schloss) is the daughter of a soldier and models herself after ... See full summary »
Sophia Mitri Schloss,
John Gallagher Jr.
There is a scene in the film in which Nat explains to Richard that there are in fact more Fast and Furious movies than just the first three. Richard is stunned by this news and is very excited to hear that Dwayne Johnson is on the films and that Paul Walker passed away while making the seventh one. This scene is in opposition to real life in which Jason Mantzoukas (Richard) co-hosts a podcast called "How Did This Get Made?", on which he and his co-hosts have talked about each Fast and Furious movie as they come out in theaters, with all of them saying that they haven't seen any of the films before the fifth one. See more »
Two guys, a young and an older one, on the road having debates about life and how to live it. On their road trip they stumble on unexpected circumstances and they deal with it in their own way. That's basically the story of The Long Dumb Road. It's easy to watch, mildly entertaining, but it isn't a bad movie. I would not say it's a movie that I'm going to remember in the future, as I probably will forget anything about it in a week. Tony Revolori (Nat) and Jason Mantzoukas (Richard) play the two major characters and it isn't bad, but it's just not mindblowing. Maybe it's just the script as I really liked Tony Revolori's performance in The Grand Budapest Hotel. Nonetheless The Long Dumb Road is just fine to watch once.
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