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Discussion in 'Station Wagons in the Movies and other Media' started by jwdtenn, Jan 28, 2017.
Woody Harrelson movie. 1986 or '87 Country Squire looks to be featured prominently.
Good one, although I'm not real flattered, I feel like they are insinuating that people who drive station wagons are a little off in the head?
I've been told that also!
The reviews are in and they are none too good.
Haha. I'd still like to see it. "The tattoos on your face say 'no I don't want your job, in fact I want destroy your entire society"" Now that's funny stuff
I saw it. Mildly depressing. There was a few funny scenes.The wagon was nice. It was in a few scenes. It was his recently deceased fathers and was portrayed as an old person's car, a real jalopy. It reality it was in good shape and I suspect even made to look more neglected than it really was. Saw several interior shots and it looked to be in great shape, although maybe the headliner was sagging. Don't pay money to see it
Maybe, that's why, at the very beginning, they tell you that the film is for an appropriate audience?