Not everyone likes this genre, but those who liked Bahgdad Cafe,
Six-string Samarai, the Singing Detective, and other cult-following
favorites, will like 29 Palms.
The talent in this movie is a strong cast of non-superstars you'll
immediately recognize and they all do a great job -- many of them
stepping into unusual character types compared to their usual Hollywood
roles. My hat is off to them for (1) their performances and (2)
stepping up and wanting to do this film. I love this genre and scour
the variety pages looking for something up this alley.
If you don't care for the quirky, existential-type, low-budget, rights
of passage stories, you may want to pass (see the negative reviews, for
instance). As for me, it is just my cup of tea, and I'd like a refill
airstelios watch D.L. Hughley: Unapologetic movie
very good thanks.
larabiehn watch Mo' Better Blues movie
Chris O'Donnell as a bad guy is always entertaining and Rachel Leigh Cook shines as the quirky and decieving waitress..
OK... First of all... worst movie ever. I've had a better time with a
No character development....
Guy gets into trouble, Girlfriend gets whacked.. Whole movie there are
visuals of guy and girl happy and laughing on swingset or whatever.
Whole movie is based upon him being upset about girlfriends death. 2
days timeframe into the movie guy screws other girl.... What the??? Ya!
He really cared about her.... Acting sucked.... Personal low for some
great names... Bill Pullman.. Chris O'Donnell... My man Michael
Rappaport.... Keith David...Rachel Leigh Cook.... Ummm.. I guess the
sequel to Josie & the Pussycats fell through huh??? Anyways..
independent or not..... This movie reeks!!! I could film a better movie
in my basement. 1-800-Collect commercials with David Arquette have more
merit!!! Don't even waste your time walking by it in the video store
Two thumbs, Two Feet & Nose pointing Straight down!!!.