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  • Summary: Rick Robinson is a lowly intern at a prestigious Miami law firm who dreams of becoming a partner one day. Eager to impress, he agrees to help the firm's top lawyer, Maxwell McAllister, with a favor he really cannot afford. Just five days before the bar exam, Rick finds himself in charge of moving McAllister's dearest possession of all across the country: his seductive yet untouchable niece, Michelle. In a less-than-stellar moving van, the mismatched pair begins the cross-country journey. Soon after the journey begins, they meet Orlick Prescott Hope, a free-spirited hitchhiker. They also encounter numerous obstacles and unforgettable characters along the way, slowing down their journey much to Rick's dismay. However, through this unique experience, Rick begins to see that there's more to life than becoming a successful lawyer. (First Independent Pictures) Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Peter Debruge
    Ben Gourley packs this excursion with enough contrived quirkiness and latent angst to win over the college crowd, but adds nothing particularly insightful about his generation.
  2. Reviewed by: Robert Abele
    There are enough reasons to avoid this oh-so-wacky comedy as it meanders from piney Georgia to Port Arthur, Texas, to Monument Valley, Utah, and they include Gourley's sense of direction.
  3. Reviewed by: Tim Grierson
    Moving McAllister is a perfect storm of low-budget indie conventionality: a witless road comedy suffused with tons of phony Americana and forced romance featuring sheltered young white people whose minuscule worries about jobs and relationships are as inconsequential as the film’s negligible worldview.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7