(Cardio Workout And Reviewing Movies At The Same Time)
DATE REVIEWED: 01/23/2017
TITLE: Son In Law
TIME RIDDEN / FILM LENGTH: 1 hour 36 minutes
DISTANCE RIDDEN WHILE VIEWING: 20.7 miles
TOTAL CINEMA MILES LOGGED: 6109 miles
SYNOPSIS: A 1990 Southern California hipster upsets the dysfunctional lives of a North Dakota ranch family.
CONCEPT IN RELATION TO THE VIEWER: Change is good and usually for the better. Parents are often times grown up children.
Zack, the baby brother of the family steals this film.
PROS AND CONS: Not a bad film, but light-hearted fare at it’s best. Shore is not a bad actor in his nitch. He has the range to be dramatic, but seldom is.
The farm family that “Crawl” (Shore’s character) invades is noteworthy only because of the well known character actors that portray it. They are old hands to Shore’s up and coming performance.
The most enjoyable part of the film was the performance of Patrick Renna, as the young son of the family. He has the best lines and delivers them well.
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This film is a part of my LaserDisc Collection.
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This film was viewed while exercising on my recumbent cycle. A summary of my time spent working out on my journey through movie-land can be found on Strava.com.