Two guys serendipitously meet at a time when they both find themselves at personal crossroads and decide to embark on an unplanned road trip across the American Southwest.

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Hannah Fidell
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Tony Revolori ... Nat
David DeLao ... Nat's Dad
Lora Martinez-Cunningham ... Nat's Mom
Jason Mantzoukas ... Richard
Derek Blakeney Derek Blakeney ... Manny
LeAnne Lynch LeAnne Lynch ... Bartender (Marfa's Bar)
Carson Mell ... Cowboy Pool Player
Ciara Bravo ... Ashley
Casey Wilson ... Sharon
Taissa Farmiga ... Rebecca
Grace Gummer ... Nina
Chris Ranney ... Mechanic
Ron Livingston ... Francois
Kestrel Rose Browne Kestrel Rose Browne ... Francois's Baby
Pamela Reed ... Dotty
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Two guys serendipitously meet at a time when they both find themselves at personal crossroads and decide to embark on an unplanned road trip across the American Southwest.

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Somewhere Between Texas and L.A., S#!T GOT WEIRD

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, sexual content and some drug use

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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

At 68 minutes, Francois tells the two to get out of his car. with the driver side door closed. At 69 minutes the driver side door is still closed, and is never opened. In the 69th minute Francoise drives off and from behind the car, you see both driver and passenger doors open, closing as he drives off. See more »

Connections

References The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) See more »

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Life long experience through a whole lot of messed up Road trip.
18 November 2018 | by Aktham_TashtushSee all my reviews

First ,, don't know if you guys know Jason Mantzoukas or watched him on something before ,, but i first saw him in "The League" on FX as Rafi and then partially on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" ,, the guy is genius in this type of comedy,, the type where he act like the guy who doesn't give an F, and just move dragging a lot of messed up issues ,, This movie again he was the same ,, he was hilarious and goodhearted at the end ,,

The movie itself was good ,, was properly written, the script looked well done and the plot even though lacks a bit of genuinity, yet it showed dependency and the flawless, quick and easily followable scenario.

The cast, Jason Mantzoukas did really amazing ,, Tony Revolori (the boy from The Grand Budapest Hotel :D) was coo too.

The movie might not be a top boxoffice ranked but it was really good and with a bit of marketing it might do well for the rest of the year ... So recommended .


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Long Dumb Road See more »

Filming Locations:

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,667, 11 November 2018

Gross USA:

$4,667

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$4,667
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2.39 : 1
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