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Watch Amanda & Jack Go Glamping

(715) 4.4 94 min 2017

Amanda & Jack Go Glamping is a movie starring David Arquette, Amy Acker, and Adan Canto. With his marriage and career against the ropes, dejected author Jack Spencer travels with his wife, Amanda, to an isolated glamping retreat in...

Adan Canto, June Squibb, Amy Acker, David Arquette
Drama, Comedy, Romance
Brandon Dickerson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Director Brandon Dickerson
Writer Brandon Dickerson
Stars Adan Canto, June Squibb, Amy Acker, David Arquette
Country USA
Also Known As When Jack Went Glamping, Acampamento De Casais, Amanda and Jack Go Glamping, Couples Vacation
Runtime 1H 34M
Description With his on rocky ground, dejected one-hit-author Jack Spencer (David Arquette, Never Been Kissed) goes "glamping" with his wife, Amanda (Amy Acker, "Person of Interest"), in search of a spark. When the isolated retreat suddenly becomes anything but private with the arrival of double booking honeymoon hipsters and a super-hunk landowner, Jack must learn to get over himself as he dives deep off the grid into a comedic exploration of love, failure, relevance, and miniature donkeys. Academy Award® nominee June Squibb (Nebraska) also stars.

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Saturday, 09 May 2020 04:53

Greetings again from the darkness. Here we have another romantic comedy from director Chris Columbus, and this time the lead characters are the same characters from his previous film, THE REVENGE OF THE NINJA TIGER, so you know you're in for a pretty good time. A young woman named Jill (Julia Roberts) and her older brother Ryan (James Marsden) have just moved into a new apartment building in a neighborhood called, ironically, "The Ridge." The Ridge is a community of people who live in harmony, but the new neighbors seem to be breaking the peace and not caring about each other. As time passes, Jill and Ryan begin to develop feelings for each other, and eventually they decide to get married. However, after the wedding is over, the neighbors begin to get restless and start to cause trouble for the newlyweds. Eventually, they force Jill and Ryan out of the Ridge, and Jill is forced to move into an apartment in another neighborhood, where she finds out that her new neighbor, Jack (John C. Reilly), is a single dad who has been raising his son and is currently trying to help his wife get a job. Jill, who is now living in an apartment, decides to help Jack get his wife a job. However, when Jill tries to get Jack to leave his job, Jack is forced to leave Jill and her son and move back in with his wife, to which Jill decides that Jack needs to move back in with his wife. I won't go into too much detail about the plot of this film because I think that this film is so unique that I don't want to give anything away. However, I will say that this is a very good film, with some great acting, and it is very entertaining. If you liked the first film, then you'll definitely like this one, as I think that it's a very good film. The plot is pretty simple, but it's very entertaining and fun. The characters are all likable and the film is very funny. I also like how the film doesn't take itself too seriously, so there are no cheesy jokes or scenes that are extremely inappropriate. I also think that the movie is very funny and the characters are all likable. I also liked how the film didn't try to make the film into a serious romantic comedy, as I think that it was a very good way to make a comedy. I also like that the film was able to make the audience laugh at the same time as it was serious. This film is also a very entertaining film, and I think that this film is a very good film. I give this film a B+

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