The parts about the car accident and the toll booth were interesting, but the parts about the money were incredibly boring and confusing.
I took an extra point off for
the Bjork song that played during the end credits the incredibly lazy and unsatisfying ending.
Richard Gere did not do a convincing job of being angry when the script called for it, and the relationship between him and the young guy was never explained well enough.
I was tempted to take a point off here for the ending, too, since part of the laziness of it was visual, but since everything else was okay, I won’t.
Applebee’s has shown up in this section of my reviews almost as many times as Dunkin Donuts, but in this film, they were only briefly mentioned towards the end, and the main character didn’t even know what it was, so I will let it slide…especially since the name of the gas station shown in the film was obscured.
This film was bland, and the ending was so bad that I felt like I had wasted 3 hours of my life after the film was over, despite the fact that it was only an hour and 47 minutes long.