Take Me Home

Take Me Home
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Dave

A nice road trip movie with sensible adults. Good story. Very well done.

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Michelle

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. There were more layers than 'boy meets girl, boy gets girl'. For the 'thinking' audience, it poses questions such as, 'Am I truly happy?' 'How important are my material things?' 'Should I settle or should I step out of my comfort zone and go on a journey to ...Read more

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Mamta

Lead actors are awful could not get past 10 minutes

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Thembi

Pretty good, although predictable

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Marcie

Enjoyable. Sam Jaeger is really good and his character becomes more authentic as the movie goes on. Definitely a feel good movie.

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