Planes, Trains & Automobiles


Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 94%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 104102


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Kevin Bacon as Taxi Racer
John Candy as Del Griffith
Steve Martin as Neal Page
Matthew Lawrence as Little Neal
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853.96 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
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1hr 33 min
P/S 4 / 14

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TownRootGuy 8 / 10

Hughes could torment characters of all ages!

No teen angst here. This is where Hughes showed he had range, this is all about middle-aged angst. If you can't laugh at one man's hand being stuck between another man's butt cheeks, this movie is not for you.

Come on! It has Martin and Candy AND it drives the funny home! Well, part of the way.

This movie will make you laugh or your life has been way too cushy. Provided you haven't lived your life in a protective cocoon, this is watchable every 2 - 3 years.

Reviewed by view_and_review 7 / 10

Road Trip Odd Couple

Every once in a while I will rewatch a movie from my youth. Planes, Trains and Automobiles happened to be on so I thought I'd check it out. From what I remembered it was a good movie.

Yes it was.

Maybe it was the nostalgia of it or maybe it was just that good but I found myself guffawing at Neal (Steve Martin) and Del (John Candy). It's hard to believe that the movie is now 30 years old.

It's Thanksgiving time and Neal and Del are begrudgingly (from Neal's point of view anyway) paired together on a hellish trip from New York to Chicago in which Murphy's Law fully applies. Hilarity ensues as Neal is pushed to the brink of insanity by all of the mishaps and Del--the oblivious, jolly fat man.

Although Neal and Del weren't the original odd couple I would venture to say that they were the first road trip odd couple.

Reviewed by billybillgratie 10 / 10

Thanksgiving Perfection.

I don't know how to describe the love I have for this movie. It's a rare film that I think we could collectively as a society call a 'perfect comedy' It doesn't matter what your age is, you will be on the floor literally laughing until your stomach hurts.

John Candy was one of the great treasures of the past and him paired with Steve Martin is just too perfect for words. It's a film I revisit every year and I sincerely recommend you do the same.

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