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- Summary: The misadventures begin when Sherman, a young, uptight Ivy-League with an inability to stray from his well-planned “roadmap for success,” finds himself hitching a ride with an eccentric stranger and wash-up, middle-aged former athlete Palmer in order to make it down to Beverly Hills in time ime for a prized internship at a high-powered law firm. The two couldn’t be more incompatible. Palmer is a reckless charmer with a zest for life; Sherman is an arrogant snob with a strong sense of entitlement. Palmer is content reliving his past; Sherman is focused solely on his future. Neither is really living in the present. Indeed, the only thing this odd coupler seems to share is the refusal to accept responsibility for their lives. (Starry Night Entertainment)… Expand
- Director: Craig M. Saavedra
- Genre(s): Comedy
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70The director, Craig Saavedra, generates surprising warmth from the familiar tropes of the odd-couple road movie. Shooting mostly in the verdant sweep of California's wine country -- and with a superb supporting cast -- he allows Mr. Le Gros room to engage.
50The film simply has too many tiredly predictable elements for its own good, and despite the handsome cinematography of the extremely picturesque California locations, "Sherman's" never really finds its way.