Directed by Neil LaBute
During a layover in Albuquerque, work colleagues Les and Natalie discover more about each other than they ever thought possible. Anxious and irritable, Les is drawn back into the city by past experiences he can’t forget (even if he doesn't really remember the particulars of his previous drunken adventure). Natalie, refusing to leave his side, follows along as her own secrets are slowly revealed, leaving her feeling both vulnerable and unbound.
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★★★★ review by Gregory Wood on Letterboxd
something different from director neil labute
★★★★ review by Steve Rogers on Letterboxd
Pleasant movie about a unscheduled layover in Albuquerque. The leads have secrets, sexual/relationship, but end up helping each other be comfortable with this. Ha, just see the movie, I forgot how good Matthew Broderick can be and Alice Eve is excellent.
★★★½ review by Andrew James on Letterboxd
I actually kind of enjoyed this. I understand the negative feedback that it's maybe a bit boring, but I really liked Broderick's performance and his character. Like a crankier, suburban version of Woody Allen.
★★★★ review by elliotx on Letterboxd
I was pleasantly surprised by this. Good casting, good storytelling, nice unobtrusive direction and all in all very entertaining.
★★★★★ review by J.P. Vitale on Letterboxd
Or as I like to call it, "Ferris Bueller's Incestious Devil's Three-Way".
This has been dubbed a kinder, gentler Neil LaBute film and I guess it is. I mean, it certainly isn't "In the Company of Men" lol.
I really like these kinds of LaBute films. He should stick to these intimate comedies and dramas and stop making dreck like "The Wicker Man" remake.
This was pretty great stuff.
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