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Going the Distance

Christopher Jacot , Joanne Kelly , Mark Griffiths    DVD
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They Came. They Saw. They Came. He may have just graduated but Nick (Christopher Jacot) has it all figured out - marriage, a lucrative career and a totally different lifestyle from that of his Westcoast hippy parents. When he discovers that his future wife may be falling prey to a powerful and oversexed music producer, Nick is determined to fly to Toronto to win her back. Lifelong buds and dedicated surfers Tyler (Shawn Roberts) and Dime (Ryan Belleville) have other ideas for their staid best friend - the roadtrip adventure of his life. With only three days to make it to the MuchMusic Video Awards, the unlikely road warriors head off. Two sexy hitchhikers, Sasha (Joanne Kelly) and Jill (Mayko Nguyen), complicate matters and a series of accidents, orchestrated by a malevolent stranger, sabotage the trip turning Nick's future plans upside down.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Mindless fun! June 7 2011
First off, I'm no movie critic but I enjoyed this harmless Canadian flick. Some of the gags and jokes really cracked me up. The scene at the first stop on the road trip [frozen popcicles are involved] is halirious. The Farmers' daughter scene at the farmhouse was outragiously funny. There is an underlying story to the whole movie which starts slowly and builds up to a finish with some great shoots of Newfoundlands rugged beauty. THe group travels from coast to coas, in this trip. Think of a National Lampoon level of quick harmless fun and this is pretty well what you get. Enjoyed it and Canadian too, eh?
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