The funny and heartbreaking Off the Map, directed with a poet's eye and a keen ear for nuance by Campbell Scott, resonates with something rare in today's movies: simplicity. show more
Its story meanders and doesn't build, and the pace is deadly. show more
The movie's sense of place is hypnotic, but there's more to it than gorgeous images -- Campbell Scott's astute direction; Joan Allen's beautifully laconic performance; a sense of lively, if occasionally pretentious, inquiry into the wellsprings of art. show more
January 12, 2011 JOHN LUCAS
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Write your review here...Well we have the pretty white boy, the angry-but sort of pretty- black boy, the tough, but pretty white woman, and the supporting group from central casting doing 'noble' 'edgy' 'predicticable' things in the clean, sterile jungles of Acapulco near by Senor Frog's bar.....really? People got paid to make this? How do I get on this gravy train of stupidit?
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