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Lost in America
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Lost in America 1985

From Amazon: It seems to lack something on first viewing--where's the third act, anyway?--but Albert Brooks's Lost in America is one of those movies that people keep quoting to each other long after they've seen it. And no one has come up with a more incisive look at the phenomenon of the '80s yuppie, a figure toward whom Brooks manages to aim both his satire and his sympathy. The bushy-haired, tightly-wound actor plays a well-paid L.A. executive who quits his job in a fit of pique when he fails to land a promotion. Armed with their savings, he and the wife (Julie Hagerty) buy a Winnebago and hit the road; they're going to search for America and...

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Albert BrooksAlbert Brooks
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Michael GreeneMichael Greene
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Lost in America Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/5/2007)

Albert Brooks is a funny dude, especially when he is put in an uncomfortable position, like losing your job and then hitting the road with a nest egg that your wife subsequently loses while gambling. This is no 'Defending Your Life', but it is still a good time and will give you a great laugh. Plus, Julie Hagerty!

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