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The Plot Summary for Nobody Walks in L.A. (2016)

Directed and written by: Jesse Shapiro
Starring by: Adam Shapiro, Kim Shaw, Peter Breitmayer
Genres: Comedy | Drama | Romance
Country: USA
Language: English

Nobody Walks in LA is the story of two old friends who, faced with decisions that cannot wait, put their lives on pause for a day and do the unthinkable.... walk around Los Angeles. Putting aside a failing engagement on the one hand and a cross country move on the other - Miles and Becca rediscover not just the streets of Los Angeles, but one another.

The Reviews for Nobody Walks in L.A. (2016)

Nobody deserves a friend like Becca

Reviewed byjasonmilesincVote: 8/10
The first hour is a bit slow and then the fun begins and makes the whole thing worth it. Whoever Shapiro had in mind when he wrote the Becca character is someone he loves. And Kim Shaw is perfect as this person. Miles is annoying at first but then we see the layers come off and their friendship revealed. We root for them as friends and there's a flash of maybe more but you won't be left feeling dissatisfied. It reminded me of roaming days and nights living in LA in the 90s. The people you meet, the instant friendships and generosity you encounter during a day of walking. Nobody Walks in LA but they should. The last 30 mins of this movie was so much fun and wraps up nicely. Becca is the best kind of female friend that none of us guys deserve and I love the way she was written. Both of them evolve and lean on each other and definitely trust each other.Their last big scene together needed to be way tighter. The whole movie we were in their faces so pulling away for that whole shot didn't work at all but I understand wanting to see the lights and columns. But I still wanted to see their faces and body language for the "gift" she gives him. Watch this movie.

A break from life is what we need

Reviewed bycparmisanVote: 7/10
Taking a break from your daily routine and people is sometimes all we need to start over and heal.This movie reminds us of that and If you've done something like this and can relate,the movie will be all the more enjoyable. The world can be a great place when you take it if your shoulders for a day.

Sweet, but Too Much Bad Language

Reviewed bymonastery27Vote: 6/10
Story was kinda sweet, nice to see the different neighborhoods (the upscale and the downtrodden), the now gentrifying ethnic markets, pretty architectural landmarks and the varied beliefs (be it Catholic or ISKCON (the Hare Krishna folks)) and make-up of LA's denizens through this lens. Many shots are nice and lingering, so it feels relaxing instead of a mandatory, hectic tour to cover all the hot-spots. Ending was good and generously open-ended, didn't feel rushed or contrived to me.

As for the negative (at least for my taste), there was way too much unnecessary swearing and more crass dialogs than I cared for, and some insensitive and distasteful rowdiness. Probably would have liked it better if that hadn't been the case.



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