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Coast to Coast (2003)

R | | Drama | TV Movie 4 April 2004
Barnaby and Maxine Pierce's son is getting married in California and they decide to drive across the country to attend. Along the way they reflect on their tattered relationship and the ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Barnaby Pierce
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Maxine Pierce
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Stacey Pierce
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Hal Kressler
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Gary Pereira
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Clifford Wordsworth
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Stanly Tarto
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Benjamin Pierce
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Nessle Carroway
Richard Fitzpatrick ...
Calvin Carroway
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Randolph Carroway (as Owen Rotharmel)
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Marsha Kapinski
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Paula Hobday
Laura Catalano ...
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Barnaby and Maxine Pierce's son is getting married in California and they decide to drive across the country to attend. Along the way they reflect on their tattered relationship and the events that transpired to create the estrangement. Written by rharlan58

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City by city, mile by mile, love is rediscovered. See more »

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Rated R for language including sexual references, and for a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »
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4 April 2004 (USA)  »

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De Costa a Costa  »

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Goofs

While dancing at their son's wedding, Maxine mistakenly calls Barnaby (Richard Dreyfuss) "Dreyfuss". See more »

Quotes

Barnaby Pierce: I want to dispel one illusion in case you seriously have it: nobody suddenly sings like Pavarotti, not even Pavarotti
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References An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) See more »

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Bittersweet
Written and Performed by Joe Lervold
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Fun movie
8 January 2005 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

This is a funny movie with some smart dialog and a couple adults in adult situations for a change. Thoroughly enjoyable. Dryfus is in control and not doing his "cute" routine. Davis is believable and always nice to see an old vet like Fred Ward. Sometimes you just have to sit back and enjoy a movie and be entertained.In an era of movies pandering to functional illiterates with the attention span of a bi-polar humming bird on crank, it's enjoyable to see a movie with people actually speaking to each other in complete sentences. Or if it isn't your style, there is always the latest Ben Stiller movie. I understand there is a hum dinger staring a blind ferret.


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