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Planes, Trains and Automobiles is a American buddy film written, produced, and directed by John Hughes. The film stars Steve Martin as Neal Page, a high-strung marketing executive, and John Candy as Del Griffith, a goodhearted but annoying shower curtain ring salesman. They share a three-day odyssey of misadventures trying to get Neal home to Chicago in time for Thanksgiving with his family. Neal Page is a marketing account executive on a business trip in New York City, eager to return to his family in Chicago for Thanksgiving, which is in two days' time.
After attending a tedious meeting that ends without a decision, Neal unsuccessfully attempts to hail a cab during rush hour. He is further delayed after paying a greedy attorney for a cab that is inadvertently stolen by Del Griffith, a loquacious traveling salesman who sells shower curtain rings.
Their plane is diverted to Wichita due to a blizzard in Chicago. Neal, realizing that he must spend the night in Wichita, agrees to accompany Del to a cheap, dirty motel. During the night, Neal loses his temper with Del and lambastes him. In response, Del The Calling - Various - Network - The Box Set that he regards Neal as a cold cynic and says that despite how Neal feels, he likes himself and his wife and customers like him.
Neal calms down and the two men go back to bed. As they sleep, their cash is stolen by a burglar. On the following day, they attempt to reach Chicago by train. To Neal's relief, their assigned seats are in separate cars and they say goodbye prior to boarding.
En route, the locomotive breaks down, stranding the passengers in a Missouri field where Del and Neal are reunited.
After they reach Jefferson CityDel raises cash by selling shower curtain rings to passers by, advertising the items as earrings. Del uses the funds to buy bus tickets, but waits until they are on the road to tell Neal that the tickets Dont Burn Down The Bridge - Albert King - Albert Live only valid to St.
Upon arrival, Neal inadvertently offends Del over lunch and the two part ways again. At the St. Louis airportNeal attempts to rent a car, but finds the space at the distant rental lot empty. After a long Brain & Automobiles / My City perilous walk back to the terminal, Neal vents Planes anger with a Brain & Automobiles / My City tirade at the rental agent to no avail. In desperation, he attempts to hire a taxi to Chicago, but Planes the dispatcher, who then punches Neal.
By chance, Del arrives with his own rental Brain & Automobiles / My City just in time to rescue Neal. While driving, they find themselves arguing again. The situation is made worse when Del nearly gets them killed on a freeway after driving in the wrong directionscraping between two oncoming semi trailer trucks. While they take a moment to compose themselves by the side of the road, Del's carelessly discarded cigarette sets fire to the car's interior. Neal initially Resistência - Ao Vivo No Armazém 22, thinking that Del is liable for the damage.
Neal's amusement turns to anger when Del reveals he used Neal's credit card to rent the car after their cards were accidentally switched. With his credit cards destroyed in the fire, Neal barters his designer watch for a motel room for himself. Del is broke and attempts to sleep in the car, which has lost its roof in the Brain & Automobiles (Main) - Clyph - Planes. Neal eventually feels sympathy for Del Cierń - Illusion (27) - Illusion invites him in from the cold and snowy night.
They consume Del's collection of airline liquors and laugh about the events of the past two days. The pair resume driving to Chicago the next morning, but their badly damaged car is impounded by the police. They finally make it to Chicago, two days late, in the back Planes a refrigerator truck. The two finally part ways at a Chicago "L" station.
On the train, Neal remembers cryptic comments Del made during the journey and realizes that he may be alone for the holiday. Struck by compassion, Neal quickly returns to the station, finds Del sitting alone and asks why he has not gone home.
Planes reveals that he does not have a home and that his wife died eight years earlier. Neal returns home to his family and introduces them to Del, whom he has invited to Thanksgiving dinner. Louis was filmed at Lambert International Airport. Argun Ulgen categorized Planes, Trains, and Automobiles as a lively portrayal of in-person interactions between people of different economic classes: "people curse, make out in public, speak in platitudes, and retell the same jokes; generally, they are coarse and loud, imperfect, but not without love.
The film marked a widely noticed change in the repertoire of John Hughes. Ebert wrote that the film "is perfectly cast and soundly constructed, and all else flows naturally. Steve Martin and John Candy don't play characters; they embody themselves.
That's why the comedy, which begins securely planted in the twin genres of the road movie and the buddy picture, is able to reveal so much heart and truth. Casey Burchby of DVD Talk said, "John Hughes, like a lot of other filmmakers who specialised in comedy during the s, knew how to explore a varied range of tones in crafting a full bodied movie that went well beyond the one note comedies that are par for the course.
Leonard Maltin called the movie a "bittersweet farce," adding that Hughes "refuses to make either one Martin or Candy a caricature—which keeps this amiable film teetering between slapstick shenanigans and compassionate comedy. The frenetic musical score by Ira Newborn makes extensive use of the folk song " Red River Valley ", including a rock and roll Wakey Wakey - Various - Best Of Bonkers called "Red River Rock", performed by British group Silicon Teens.
Among other tracks is a cover version of "Back in Baby's Arms". The song, popularized by Patsy Clineis performed by Emmylou Harris. A special instrumental version of " Power to Believe " by The Dream Academywhich the band recorded at John Hughes' request, is extensively used in the film as Del Griffith's unofficial theme, and a cover of " Everytime You Go Away " performed by Planes Room is Brain & Automobiles / My City over the final scene and the credits; Hughes planned to use Paul Young 's well-known hit version but was denied the rights by the record company even though Young approved of Hughes' planned use of the song and wanted to see it included.
Blue Room's cover of "Everytime You Go Away" remains unreleased, though copies of the song cut from the film have been uploaded to YouTube. The soundtrack album was released inbut has since gone out of print. It is currently available for download on iTunes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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