There are no trolls in this little gem of a film, but there apparently are in the reviews. This is a well produced, well acted, and well written story about two people very different from each other who discover themselves when fate throws them together. It's a bit retro in story and style, but that's where its charm comes from. Ray Barry, a veteran actor who you've seen across decades of movies, embodies his character with life experience and the wisdom only a life well lived can bring. His cohort, played by Randy Nazarian, plays off Barry in a winning combination. A buddy movie, a road trip movie, and a travel adventure all in one. The film has wit, wisdom, and the wherewithal to tell a fine story about not losing faith in life and not giving up on your dreams. Recommended.
A middle-aged underachieving van driver, Jay (Randy Nazarian), is assigned to drive an irascible senior, Harry (Raymond J. Barry), to a new home. Along the way they have a series of misadventures, including being picked up by a troupe of burlesque dancers led by Red (Shondrella Avery) and performing an impromptu comedy act. An enlightening journey that gives both men new perspective on life.
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April 01, 2021 at 09:15 AM