The Odd Way HomeHD Closed Captioning
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The oddest couple takes an unforgettable journey through the American Southwest, finding happiness in the unlikeliest of places and seeing in each other what no one else has seen before. Maya is a product of childhood abuse who escapes her shattered life in Los Angeles and meets Duncan, a hermit from a tiny town. He is socially awkward and a slave to pattern and routine, but a master of map-making and directions. Their journey teaches Maya to care for someone else and takes Duncan into a new world. Their road trip is filled with unexpected surprises and hard realities that redefine the notion of family.
Chris Marquette shines in this story of wanderlust and friendship
Really enjoyed The Odd Way Home. The story matched two odd characters in such a way it created believable and touching moments throughout the film. Chris Marquette was phenomenal in his portrayal of Duncan and Rumer Willis as Maya fit the rebel archetype fit surprisingly well. The film in a way redefines the notion of family and friendship as the two unlikely friends make a journey to find closure for things in their past as well as move toward a new beginning.
Beautiful scenery, great characters, interesting ride
I didn't know what to expect from this film, but I was pleasantly surprised. The acting was really good (wow Rumor…who knew!) and I felt really invested in the characters and the story. There's a lot of stuff going on in this movie and the story twists a bit here and there but ultimately it's a very interesting take on friendship and the complexity thereof. The Autism element was there but I felt like the relationships were beyond that. I liked it and would recommend it.
Absolutely loved this movie. Chris Marquette without a doubt delivered one of the best performances I’ve seen in a while. His portrayal of autistic was incredible and the chemistry between him and Rumer Willis really made the film believable, overall a very touching film!!