While crashing at his aunt’s place, aging indie rocker Sam agrees to take teens Oliver and Jake camping in the woods. But when one of the boys gets lost, their immature chaperone must grow up fast and find a way to fix everything.
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My dad came home after the first 20 minutes and asked if it was worth staying up for, I told him 'not one of the worst films ever.' And he stayed. The rest of the film was better and sometimes really good. If he's (not) on your watchlist, then first try to complete the rest of the films on it...
Not bad, but the sum of it's parts doesn't make an interesting enough film. I actually like Duplass, but he's just so out of his element playing the drunk-would-be-rockstar-jerk (a character that could only make sense in the 80s or 90s) it hurts. Maybe with somebody else in the lead role and a visually interesting director like Kelly Reichardt it could work.