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Prince Avalanche

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Two highway road workers (Paul Rudd, Emile Hirsch) spend the summer of 1988 isolated and away from their city lives, eventually finding themselves at odds with each other and the women they left behind.
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The Young Folks
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July 20, 2015

Most of the film feels directionless... Yet, I can't deny that Prince Avalanche has a charm about it
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New Zealand Herald
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May 16, 2016

With beautiful and interesting cinematography Prince Avalanche manages to put you out in the middle of nowhere with Alvin and Lance and their dysfunctional relationship.
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Globe and Mail
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August 23, 2013

It's an intimate two-hander with lots of dialogue, humour and poignant revelations, set against a backdrop of rugged woodland beauty.
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Under the Radar
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August 18, 2014

Prince Avalanche certainly takes its time getting anywhere, but it's hard to complain too much when the company's good and the scenery is this nice.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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August 16, 2013

[A] gently existentialist buddy movie.
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Punch Drunk Critics
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January 09, 2017

This isn't a film; it's a one-act high-school play. Feel free to leave Prince Avalanche flailing in the wilderness.
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Time Out
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October 15, 2013

One of the most intriguing and thoughtful American films of the year.
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Cinemixtape
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April 16, 2016

There's some terrific stuff going on here, its minimalist bent and gorgeous photography combining to form a quietly immense dramedy that should age very well.
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Boston Globe
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August 15, 2013

The performances and ghostly, melancholic atmosphere make it satisfying twist on the male buddy film.
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Critic's Notebook
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October 08, 2015

For those who've come for the juvenile humor, the film has very little to offer. Unfortunately, there is nothing particularly moving or substantive, either.
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Toronto Star
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August 23, 2013

Its absurdist tact won't be for everybody, but there is satisfaction in the nuanced, often-pleasing performances from Rudd and Hirsch as they slowly reveal their characters to both the audience and each other. These two grow on you.
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Chicago Reader
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August 15, 2013

David Gordon Green somehow brings together the poetic sensibility of his independent art movies and the humorous lowbrow non sequiturs of his studio comedies; the results are one of a kind and often weirdly moving.
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