IN THEATRES APRIL 30th: TORONTO, MONTREAL + VANCOUVER

We are thrilled to open PASSENGER SIDE this weekend in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver (Showtimes below)…

“…achieving that elusive balance of smart, funny and — most difficult of all–authentic.”NATIONAL POST | 4 OUT OF 5 STARS

“Simple and smart … The lead actors have their familiar, sibling banter down cold – dialogue that’s half-funny, half-bitter and designed mostly to kill time. Scott, in particular, shows himself to be one of the best young American actors going.”GLOBE AND MAIL | 3 OUT OF 4 STARS

“It’s like a Richard Linklater movie from the mid-1990s: very little happens, and that’s sort of the point. The conversation is engaging, the two leads snap instantly into the relaxed but guarded vibe of lifelong adversaries, and the script parcels out little bits of information as needed.”NOW MAGAZINE | 4 OUT OF 5 STARS

TORONTO: AMC Yonge+Dundas
Showtimes:
Friday 1:20pm | 3:30pm | 5:40pm | 7:50pm | 10:20pm
Saturday 11:05am | 1:20pm 3:30pm | 5:40pm | 7:50pm | 10:20pm
Sunday 11:05am | 1:20pm 3:30pm | 5:40pm | 7:50pm | 10:20pm
Mon-Thur 1:20pm | 3:30pm | 5:40pm | 7:50pm | 10:20pm

MONTREAL: AMC Forum
Showtimes:
Friday-Sunday: 11am | 1:15pm | 3:35pm | 5:55pm | 8:20pm | 10:45pm
Mon-Thurs: 1:15pm | 3:35pm | 5:55pm | 8:20pm | 10:45pm

VANCOUVER: Tinseltown
Showtimes:
Fri-Thurs: 1:00pm | 3:05pm | 5:10pm | 7:20pm | 9:40pm

Talking About Music, Making Movies, and the Urge To Blow Up A Car

Courtesy of Brian McKechnie, CityNews.ca (2010/04/28)

CityNews.ca caught up with Matt, Joel, and Adam during the Toronto International Film Festival last September where the film was running in the Contemporary World Cinema programme. We talked about how important music was to the film (the title comes from the Wilco song of the same name) and why Joel and Adam want to blow up the car they used. Watch the full interview below…