Fri, 01 Oct 2010 09:55:51 GMT

Review: 'Going the Distance'

'Going the Distance' charts the trials of early 30s love, strained by logistics and the restrictive job marketplace of a recession.


Review: 'Going the Distance'

In 'Going the Distance', Drew Barrymore plays a quick-to-laugh, ambitious young hipster who loves cool indie bands, 'Shawshank Redemption' and playing the old arcade games in bars. Jason Long, on the other hand, plays a quick-to-laugh, ambitious young hipster who loves cool indie bands, 'Shawshank Redemption' and playing old arcade games in bars.

The characters -- Erin and Garrett -- might as well have the same brain. As soon as they meet, their patter and laughter is nonstop, and after close to two hours with them, you may start wishing for mechanical troubles on one of the cross-country flights that connects their long-distance relationship.

'Going the Distance' charts the trials of early 30s love, strained by logistics and the restrictive job marketplace of a recession.

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