PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
Movie centers on the adult son of a baseball legend who, together with his girlfriend, embarks on a road trip with his estranged father.
In several scenes in the movie, Jeff Bridges' character mentions "Walter Henry Hagan" at the Dallas airport. Walter Henry Hagan was in fact head of Special Services for American Airlines up until his retirement in 1995, and remained on as a consultant in same capacity until his death in February 2000. Hagan was "the" man to talk to if you needed assistance in your travels with American Airlines. He considered former Dallas Cowboy, Don Meredith (father of writer-director, Michael Meredith) and his wife, dear friends.
There ain't no tomorrow quite as nice as today.
When Kyle farewells Carlton and Lucy at the hotel restaurant in Ohio, Lucy's hair changes from tucked and non tucked behind ears in between shots.
$3,169 4 September 2009
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