Frank and Lindsay—two emotionally-broken strangers—meet on the way to a destination wedding. Over the course of the weekend and against all odds, they find themselves drawn together even though they are initially repulsed by one another.
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Good watch, could watch again, but can't honestly recommend. This is a very odd movie. It is literally Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder playing awful people (allegedly "the worst", as claimed by family). Like, they're so "bad" that they openly talk around and away biological survival instincts. I think if you like "Clerks" (or Kevin Smith movies), then you might actually like this. It's definitely dialogue heavy with some interesting conversation. The weird twist is that this is clearly intended as a romantic (non-) comedy, so there is a difficultly level in making these 2 particular characters interested in each other, let alone acting on it that I think both the writing and actors manage wonderfully. I personally struggled with it, because if I sat on a plane with Winona Ryder acting like she does in this movie, I still would have been into her. I'm honestly not sure if its because I think they actually make good points (which worries me about me) or I just find her that attractive. There is a neat sociological perspective here, but it is almost all character interaction, between 2 characters, so I would completely understand if there is limited interest for this one.