The Hollywood Reporter
Vaguely pitched somewhere between indie-gritty and predictably conventional, the film struggles to strike a manageable equilibrium, much as its characters attempt to navigate the prospects and pitfalls of a footloose life overseas. show more
V.A. Musetto New York Post
Director-writer Seth Grossman provides a lazy narrative, with stereotypical characters and plot. show more
Equivalent to a crummy band with a monster of a drummer who convinces you to stay for the whole show anyways. show more
Los Angeles Times
Oliver's instant switch from bespectacled nerd to Thai-stick smoking, love-struck tourist is more embarrassing than convincing, as is the film's reliance on literally elephant-heavy symbolism. show more
Nathan Lee The New York Times
Tells a colorful if conventional tale of dysfunctional Americans abroad. The misadventures of Jake and Oliver play off against the conflicted sympathies of the locals, who simultaneously resent, enjoy, prosper from and exploit the tourist scene. show more
The film may be too mainstream for arthouses, and too arty for the mall. show more
October 19, 2008 level4primate
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This movie sounds boring and I'm sure it sucks.
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