Stalled in his company's pecking order, ad man David Howard (Albert Brooks) failed to land the Senior VP slot he wanted. He quits, convinces wife Linda (Julie Hagerty) to do the same, sells their house and stocks and buys a Winnebago to roam the USA. Though they feel they're Easy Riders, they're actually Born To Be Mild. With their $145,000 nest egg tucked reassuringly within reach, they make their first stop: Las Vegas.
Goodbye, nest egg. Greetings, hilarity. In Lost In America, director/co-writer Brooks (The Muse, Mother, Defending Your Life) memorably bonds with Hagerty (Airplane!, What About Bob?) as a couple spinning along on wheels of misfortune. Their comic plight speaks to anyone who's ever dreamed of chucking it all.
lost in america was in my opinion a good movie that I thought was well written with a well thought out story line and a believable plot.The level of acting in this movie was of a good standard with all lines delivered in a well timed manner and it was this and the story lines as well as the interesting characters which made this movie enjoyable to watch.
If you enjoy a well made movie I think you will enjoy this movie and as such is recommended by me.
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