The movie is fun and hilarious and even sweet at times. It won’t win an Oscar but it won me over and that’s all I wanted.
I am thoroughly impressed with Dax Shepard. I had no idea that he not only stared in the movie but also wrote it and directed it. I have loved him since seeing “Without a Paddle”. This just cemented my opinion of him.
Dax and Bradley played off each other splendidly. During a few of their scenes together I forgot that I was watching a movie. The good movies do that which is good for the viewer. Not so good for me trying to remember to find peetimes.
The chase scenes were fun and creative. If you want a great date movie then go see it. There is a little something for him and a little something for her too.
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Favorite movie genre: Horror, horror, and more horror. The more disturbing, the better. Period.