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Genre: Adventure Comedy Drama Romance
Starring: Paul Giamatti (The Illusionist; American Splendor), Thomas Hayden Church (George Of The Jungle; The Specials)
Directed By: Alexander Payne (Election; About Schmidt)
Overview: Two friends go on a week-long road trip, taking in some golf, some local wineries and a couple of their women, before Jack's wedding.
Awesome! That twitchy neurotic versus that care-free thrillseeker. Those two have real chemistry. Everyone did an amazing job, and the funny scenes were hilariously delivered.
The road trip shots of the wine regions and the golf courses were real nice. There were few innovative shots and good angles. Again, very impressive.
The script was realistic and hilarious. All the characters speak truth, and there's definitely wisdom in the writing. Excellent.
The plot's the thing. Amazing story, and they throw in such great and hilarious scenes, but each one is very character building, especially the nude scenes...
The mood is calm, followed by turbulence. Dramatic and heavy, followed by funny stuff. All told though, this is a love story that is masked completely in a "guys on a bender road trip" story. The underlying and constant theme of wine really made the story a lot better.