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Interstate 60 back to product details

Are we there yet?
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written by mbraun April 23, 2005 - 1:35 AM PDT
1 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Interstate 60? Why, THERE IS NO INTERSTATE 60! Naturally, this mysterious interstate highway must hold the answer to my future career choice and the girl who keeps appearing on billboards. At least that's what the leprechaun told me.

Dear god, this movie is truly awful. I've never seen so much talent wasted on a movie this bad. Interstate 60, which goes to the mysterious city of Danver, looks a lot like a standard 2-lane US highway. At one point Neal even wonders why it's not a limited-access divided highway like every other interstate. The explanation? "On Interstate 60, there ARE no rules!" What?!!

Along the road, Neal encounters a series of haplessly contrived and pointless situations that are supposed to be ironic because someone got their wish granted. A nymphomaniac appears out of nowhere. The leprechaun scares her off by flashing her. And then she's gone. Ok, but was there any particular reason for that scene? Then there's a town where everyone's on drugs. Why? Has Neal been experimenting with drugs? Nope. Has he started subscribing to Reason magazine? Maybe. Did Nancy Reagan contribute to this screenplay? Quite possibly. Then they have a stay in Lawyer Town where every adult is a lawyer. Ironically, Neal soon finds himself in legal trouble.

Too many lawyers? That's bound to ruffle some feathers. Be warned, this movie's subtle critique of modern society has something to offend everyone. And kids, here's one to grow on: Drugs are for losers!

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(Average 7.14)
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