18 June 2019 | hampersnow-28905
A HUGE Misfire
After watching this movie, about a dying man trying to reconnect with a son he abandoned years before, all I can ask is "why was this made ?". Movies like this have been made before and better. Filled with improbabilities and stupidity there seemed to be holes in the story or maybe scenes missing. I wouldn't doubt that realizing they had a bomb on their hands, they went through and re-edited this into the jumbled mess it is. If this was suppose to be an endearing road trip between father and son, it wasn't. Dane Cook and Levi Miller seem to be trying their best, but the script and plot were failing them throughout and in the end I felt nothing except that I'd wasted my time watching this. If the trailer makes you want to see this, believe me, the trailer makes this look much more interesting then it actually is. To add to it, they skip around a bit in the story, making it, at times, confusing, and the make-up artist put so much bright red lipstick on Levi Miller it's distracting. Poorly made on every level and a must to avoid unless you are a fan of the 2 stars.