I'm not sure how, but despite being a low life asshole, Dustin Hoffman convinced me to root for him in this. He's incredible. Easily as good as his performance in Midnight Cowboy and all the others movies he gets more accolades for. A young Kathy Bates. Gary Busey as a junkie. Harry Dean Stanton as a charming settled down thief, bored with suburbia. A wonderful 70's crime drama.
A dark comedy/drama that showcases just how much stuntmen are asked to sacrifice in the name of entertainment. Hoisting heroes onto posters, while anyone dumb enough to take the fall in the name of making everyone else look better might not even be remembered. It's mostly interesting, if not a subject I've already thought long & hard about...still, it's good to see it play out. Fall Guy weaves a dramatic love story around a big climatic event, so we fully understand…
Ernest and his gap toothed grin charm middle America, as he travels the open road, shaking hands with all the locals he meets along the way. He occasionally tells career anecdotes from behind the wheel, but the focus is about getting out and enjoying what life and the U.S. has to offer. It's endearing as all get out and the message is sound.
At one point, while cruising a truck stop, Ernie points out a guy's Looney Tunes basketball shirt.…
Douche-chills: The Motion Picture.
It's as if some food court druid wrote a script between his shifts at Hot Topic and jerking off to Columbine footage.
That said, I had a lot of fun watching this. I'm going to watch it again soon and probably once a month or so for the rest of my life.