DUTCH: A Thanksgiving Retro Review


When I was growing up, it seemed like there weren’t many Thanksgiving movies. There was little and for many years, it has been very important to me every year during this time. One of those movies is Dutch.

Dutch is a 1991 road trip comedy and was written by the late John Hughes. Undoubtedly, one of the best writers in the 80s and 90s. I bring this up because it is at the end of Hughes to write good writing. Everything is low from here. They had some gemstones even in the mid-90’s, but they were his own. In fact, he also wrote and directed Airplanes, Trains and Vehicles a few years ago and one would argue that he used the plan, here.

When it comes to comedies a road trip, Dutch it does not go too far with tradition. You have two people, trying to move from point A to point B without dying or killing each other. The movie is painted a lot with numbers, but it gives its own charm. It could have written itself.

JoBeth Williams and mother, Natalie. He doesn’t have a big role, but he still leaves his mark and has great talent. Christopher McDonald plays his ex-husband, Reed. She is an awesome donkey that is rich and holds it in Natalie’s head, along with their baby’s love. McDonald has done a great job playing the villain in the movie and there is nothing different here, but he is very smart.

Natalie has a new boyfriend… your friend? Well, that’s how he is introduced and how he portrays himself, but it’s clear he’s in a relationship, Dutch. He was played by Ed O’Neill, who is great at this. He’s a normal, blue-skinned person and doesn’t want to take any harm from another shy, hateful child who hates the world. Is Doyle or Dale coming? Dwight? Dave? The Dutch call him by any name under the sun that begins with D. He plays with Ethan Embry. He is a very rich kid who hates the world and will be like a thorn in the Dutch side.

Almost like Dutch it’s like a movie, it’s not without some big memorable moments. Fire extinguishers, playing cards, pets back home and my favorite, fall blankets. I laugh out loud all the time. The Dutch have a plan, to take a road trip with Doyle so that the two can connect and get to know each other. However, Doyle is a sting, to say the least.

The movie portrays Doyle as a man of pride, arrogance, and self-esteem. It works because he loves his father and watches over him as he criticizes his mother that the marriage is not going well. Understandably, he is as senseless as his father.

Dutch and Doyle butt are walking the way you expect. Doyle tastes the real world and learns many lessons throughout the journey. Like I said, the film is based almost entirely on the street, but the characters are good, then the sweet spot of the movie. The saying goes, ‘If you can’t have a good story, have good people and if you can’t have good people, have a good plot.

Dutch has no bad news at all, but what is lacking in that department, satisfies the characters. Even side characters with only a few features are good and feel real. There are also real-life moments from the heart, mixed with characters and fun moments Dutch different from many other movies that play the same.

Fun: Ed O’Neill and Ethan Embry worked together several years later as co-workers Koka, a redesign TV program in the 21st century.

Best wishes to my fellow US Outposters!

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