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Joblo Review: The Journey


One wouldn't expect to hear a Snakes on a Plane reference in a movie like The Journey, but there it is. It's somewhat emblematic of the surprisingly light-hearted tone of the film, which takes a fictional look at the meeting between two sworn enemies who actually came together - at first grudgingly - for the betterment of their people and country. The Journey isn't a comedy, exactly, but it has a necessary warmth in its heart for its two main characters, though they are flawed, stubborn, and often hostile. But the importance of their coming together, and the positive results their meeting netted, is perhaps why the movie's atmosphere is more fun than one might expect.

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