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Tedious and simplistic, it's another road movie about an old man, his son and their journey of self discovery

Since 1996, Alexander Payne has directed one great film (Election), one decent one (The Descendants), and three highly overrated ones. And yet, I never imagined he'd make a movie as hackneyed and unbearable as Nebraska. Tedious and simplistic, it's another road movie…

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