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Story line its two day till thanksgiving and Neil page just finish his business trip in new York city and all he wants to do is catch his flight back to Chicago to be with his family for the holiday Instead his flight got cancelled and he meets an over friendly guy with a huge blabbermouth and tell to many bad jokes Pretty much the guy you dont want to get stuck with and the one that would drive you insane Del Griffith the corky zany shower curtain salesman who always has some kind of advice decided to accompany Neil in the same direction as his home of Chicago This movie is hilarious comedy that turns into a mini-drama at the middle and at the end of the movie As for the casting of this movie john candy and Steve martin were perfect for the parts Especially john candy He really brought the character of Del to life They are complete opposites One of my most favorite scenes was the bathroom scene when they had to share a single hotel room with one bed for the night You can really learn about there characters in this funny part Neil page was in the shower and when he went to get out the bathroom was a mess not just a mess but beyond messy If this were your bathroom your mom would ground you for life Del left Neil one small face wash clothe and the rest of the towel were on the floor there was socks soaking in the sink all kinds of toiletries open and all over the counter So basically del was a slob I think dirty disgusting slob would characterize it Neil by this point is going to have his second nervous break down This is where he started to verbally assault Del Neil says You know I could sit through an insurance seminar and still look happy and the others would
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