"This right here. This is something that binds us. Two outlaws on the road."
The summer gets an overwhelmingly adorable indie film and the Shia LaBeouf renaissance begins. I couldn't be happier. This is a sweet, simple story about two men hiking past their problems to a brighter tomorrow. One man with down syndrome and the other with a bounty, who spark an unlikely friendship. I continued to laugh throughout the film and even cried once or twice. The setting and characters feel real so I had no problem immersing myself for the short runtime. The script is exceptionally good. I kept writing quotes down throughout the movie. My one complaint is that I wanted more depth. There was so much done so well and it could have been more emotionally rewarding had I known more about the characters. Overall, solid entertainment that makes you feel good.