Six months after that awkward introductory dinner with the tough and workaholic father of his girlfriend Ginnie, Martin, a talented but broke banjo musician, finds Mr Gallo knocking on his door looking for his daughter. Still heartbroken after breaking up with Ginnie, single and clueless, Martin will have no other choice but to hit the road and form an improbable search party with his ex-father-in-law, in an all-night adventure all over west Hollywood. Eventually, by the end of the night, the team will learn how to leave the past behind, move on, and most importantly, open their eyes and live. Nevertheless, where could Ginnie be?
User Reviews: Above all else this is a non-offensive comedy that goes out of its way to make almost all of its characters likeable. This is either something that sounds great or terrible to you from the outset.
I can’t really say that there is anything new here, there is no real pushing of boundaries and any jokes made about drugs or sex are way too tame to stand out, although they might tickle some of the more conservative viewers.
Overall this is a middle of the road, somewhat arty light comedy drama. While never truly leaning into either genre or delivering any true insight, it also never disappoints and is generally an okay watch.