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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A great story about the passage of time. Oct. 10 2008
By Dustin E Proehl - Published on
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I bought this film as Bruce Campbell fan, but the story is really heartfelt. I found it to be a great flick about the passage of time and how things change from our youth to adulthood.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Sad but touching story of lost youth April 8 2002
By froggy - Published on
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I just turned 21 and I'm a junior in college, basically having been through major changes (like girlfriends, and losing touch with old friends) made me extremely nostalgic. I was a little sad but still generally happy but I needed something to tell me I'd be alright. I heard about an old film called 'Going Back' which was essentially about what ever guy goes through after high school. I watched it and thought that it was truley a great film. If you are curious trust me you'll find it charming. Make sure that no one is home and crack open a beer and relax, you have the rest of your life to live.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Sentimental Journey that We've Seen Before April 6 2011
By Richard Harborough - Published on
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The only real reason anyone will see this movie, and let's be honest, is that it stars Bruce Campbell. I think that anyone who argues this fact is simply not playing with a full deck, because if it were not for Bruce, the film would most likely have been forgotten. But it's a good thing that this movie has Bruce in it. It's a good thing that it has been released on DVD, because the film is actually pretty interesting. It has the basic and overused premise of a few friends pre-college who are going on a road trip before heading to college. After a few years at the college, they have separated, become different men who no longer know each other as well. It's a truth that we all face in life. Friends become distanced. The director does a good job with his shoestring budget, but the real gold here is an early role for Bruce Campbell that has absolutely no blood in it. It's a very interesting movie, and I recommend you check it out.
Well made locally filmed movie which is quite a departure for Campbell. Aug. 8 2010
By Skyclad - Published on
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I was born, raised and still live in the exact area this movie was filmed in. To my knowledge, it is the only movie ever filmed here. I originally got this movie simply because it had Campbell in it and it was filmed here. What surprised me is how endearing, well written and genuine it is. It simply is a moive about 2 college kids coming up North and falling in love with the area and some of the people here. They go back home and years later decide to go back and recapture that feeling and it's not there. Everything has changed. Simple concept, but very few movies do it and fewer still do it this well.
Obviously Low Budget. However... Jan. 13 2013
By Kari F - Published on
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For an early movie in Bruce Campbell's career, he did an admirable job in this film. It started out a bit awkward, and a lot of the dialogue is stilted and seemingly amateurish, but Bruce's performance made this movie. It made me wish he'd do a few more dramatic roles.

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