To reclaim what made the Spare Sevens the Spare Sevens. The doctor tells Matt that Ben's cancer can no longer be treated, he cannot travel, and will be placed in hospice care. So how much time you got left? After the way your marriage ended? Though fairly predictable this is an enjoyable movie. Why would that embarrass me? The movie has a nice soundtrack and is nicely shot. I've just been realizing I've given up on so much stuff in my life.
Some cassettes in the glove compartment. Ben is the dead-set in his ways tough love patriarch who meant the best for his kid all along. Zoey wants Matt to accompany Ben Ed Harris to the only lab in the country that is still processing Kodachrome film before it shuts down in a week. He does it a lot actually. I'm just gonna get in a quick workout, make it an early night. It's like he's getting away with it. We actually are a company that still believes the artist is visionary, not just a product.
You started to listen to bands you thought would make you edgier, but you're still hopelessly mainstream. Hey, this car doesn't have an iPhone jack or anything like that, does it? Other times, I feel for Ben deeply and want him to find redemption, and want Matt to forgive him. Look, we just drove 2,000 miles to get here. I got nothing but love for you, man. Thought that might help the cause in the morning. He cheated on his wife and lied to the entire country about it. Why is it that so many of you so called film critics feel the need to use words never used or even heard of by most humans in order to make yourselves feel more accomplished or intelligent? You've got a massive pair of balls on you, don't you? Neither one of you has demonstrated any ability to sustain any kind of meaningful relationship.
What are you talking about? I mean, your career depends on it, right? It's good to see you with him. We were in Grenada together. I'm going to go back to the motel. You couldn't seal the deal? I can save us all a lot of trouble here. Ben is unconscious on the floor, and Matt has him rushed to the hospital. It all just happened so fucking fast. I've already called a nurse to replace me and.
In Kodachrome, Matt Ryder Jason Sudeikis is an arrogant, childish talent agent for musicians. I remember every shot I've ever taken. Hey, look, Larry, I'd rather just go straight from St. Selling out shows, heavy rotation. Mostly just a lot of dry humping. We're all just a bunch of insecure bastards.
Her character was very shallow and fringe, and for all the time she spent on screen, the character's impact on the storyline was not to ratio. No record of who we were, how we lived. Well, not in our driveway, he isn't. Would it matter if I did? What am I scared of exactly? Characters repeatedly break into melancholy monologues about love, life and art, making biting observations on the human condition. Not in college at least. For a moment there, I thought I had it together, you know? Gave me a heart attack. I mean, does that look like a man who's gotten away with anything? He'd let me play records when he was goin' through the slides.
This has already been a monumentally shitty day, and I haven't started dealing with the West Coast. So I checked in with Ben's oncologist in New York and shared some blood work. Deserves every bit of recognition that it got. This geezer pissed his pants! It also makes it all the more believable when bonding happens, or attraction, or even healing. I can't be your nurse. He fires you all the time.
You did that piece in Afghanistan, didn't you? Why didn't you tell me you were coming? Well, she died alone, Ben. I don't know what happened to me, what broke inside of me. Outside a roll I shot myself, these are the last rolls of Kodachrome film ever to be developed. By that, I mean I'm gonna get fucked up across the street. What's not to get, we don't need plot twists or surprise endings, that's not the premise. What are you gonna do, Dean? Don't put this on me.
We're taking the scenic route. The kind that features Hollywood jaw lines gazing into the setting sun as your quintessential bright red convertible speeds through a quiet countryside. Why do you assume that I changed for a guy? One says he became a photographer after seeing Ben's work, and asks to have a photo taken with him, giving Matt insight into his father's influence and legacy. What ensues is something that has been seen before. Lying his way through a conversation with his boss, he buys himself a week to book a major up-and-coming act. I don't know how to make this any more clear.