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From Hollywood to Rose (2016)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2016 (USA)
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When embarking on a mythic quest, its best to take the bus.


Liz Graham, Matt Jacobs


Matt Jacobs





Credited cast:
Eve Annenberg ... Woman in Wedding Dress
Linda Bisesti ... The lady with the green scarf
Ray Brahmi ... Brother-in-Law
Chia Chen ... Chinese Girl
Danny Cleary Danny Cleary ... Melt Down Bus Driver
Elma Click Elma Click ... Goldfish Lady
Eric Deskin ... Lizard Guy
Celia Finkelstein ... Woman in Yellow Dress
Margaret Fennell Flynn ... Nun
Bunny Gibson ... Homeless Woman
Liam Gillen Liam Gillen ... Union Jack Drag Queen
Gina Haroed Gina Haroed ... Gina
Bradley Herman Bradley Herman ... Guy in X-man Shirt
Bradley J. Herman ... Guy in X-man Shirt
Sam Hoger Sam Hoger ... X Husband


When embarking on a mythic quest, its best to take the bus.

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When going on a mystical quest, it's best to take the bus.




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$165,000 (estimated)
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The performances are actually pretty decent, and the soundtrack is awesome.
9 February 2018 | by HellmantSee all my reviews

'FROM HOLLYWOOD TO ROSE': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

An indie comedy from debut filmmakers Liz Graham (a veteran script supervisor) and Matt Jacobs. Jacobs also wrote the screenplay for the movie, which was filmed on just a $165,000 budget. It stars Eve Annenberg, Bradley J. Herman, Maxx Maulion, and a cast of other unknown actors. The film is about a woman in a wedding dress who's on her way home from Hollywood, heading west on a bus, when she has a number of strange diverse conversations with quirky outcasts that she meets along her way. The film is weird, and extremely stretched out, but it also has some amusing and memorable scenes in it, and a few insightful things to say.

A seemingly depressed woman in a wedding dress (Annenberg) boards a bus in Los Angeles and heads west on it. Along the way she meets a variety of different social outcasts, and has several weird conversations with them. While conversing with someone she misses her stop, and her ride becomes even longer and weirder. She takes the time to analyze her life though, and to think about what brought her to where she is at that moment, as well as to learn more about all of these other interesting people that she meets.

The movie is of course really low-budget, and it shows, but the performances are actually pretty decent, and the soundtrack is awesome. It does seem long and stretched out though (and kind of aimless at times as well). That's the way life is though, and I think the film actually has some insightful things to say about it. It's definitely not a great movie, but it isn't a bad one either in my opinion.

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