Nobody Walks in L.A. (2016)

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Nobody Walks in L.A.: Directed by Jesse Shapiro. With Adam Shapiro, Kim Shaw, Matthew Nicklaw, Robin Karfo. 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.

“Oh, yeah, I get it, nobody walks in L. A. just to prevent meeting with these ones and listening even by accident their inane chatting trying to pass as witty snark.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis could work better as an ad to promote tourism in L. A., it could last 15 minutes top without the two characters being kinda rude in what seems like their first time walking around that city and riding in public transport like those activities are some kind of exotic attraction or whatever.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe cinematography is passable but shaky at times.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis is not that good as its high ratings suggest. There are better options everywhere to spend one hour and a half than this tale of not-so-likeable characters very prone to mock everyone but themselves like theyu0026#39;re cooler than anyone else.”


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