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Art of Travel [DVD] [2008] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Red Pill Movie That May Help Blue Pill Betas Seek Freedom 12 Aug. 2016
By Donald R Selman - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a red pill movie. So many men have made the mistake of getting married and suffered. This movie provides the wedding of all weddings (that thankfully didn't end in tying the knot). The jilted bride personifies today's females. But what we also find is he refuses to be seduced into a commitment by the woman he meets and shares adventures (and sex with). He's learned his lesson and found something more important. Living his life on his own terms. I have travelled and worked around the world. All possible by not ruining my life with marriage. I hope this will help Blue Pill men rethink what they want to do with there lives. I hope you make the right choice.
1.0 out of 5 stars find something else. ending makes it so not worth the time 16 July 2015
By Scott Carey - Published on Amazon.com
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i wanted to like this movie. i really did. the first half is ok and the second half before the last 10 min was amazing. then the last 10 minutes hit and gave it the worst ending ive ever seen. this movie is one of the main reasons im not a fan of movies. so good until the end and then it just feels like wasted time. go watch something else. you wont regret not seeing this.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A diamond in the rough 15 May 2015
By Rusty Snelson - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a movie I first watched on Netflix. I enjoyed it as I love travel movies. After it was removed from Netflix, I had trouble finding it in a movie store. If you love travel movies, this a must see. The acting is ok, but the story line and scenery is great.
3.0 out of 5 stars Unrealistic but okay ride 4 Oct. 2016
By thereisnoyun - Published on Amazon.com
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Okay adventure, but lacks crucial struggle. The ultimate triumph over adversity seem contrived and not natural. Also the lack of display of how the trips are financially funded. It lacks realism on how the main protagonist is able to go on infinite expensive trips. After the movie, one feels like it is a rich entitle kids privilege life rather than a person struggle and triumph over spirituality.
2.0 out of 5 stars The bad acting isn't as much of a problem as the ... 25 April 2016
By Morgan Siem - Published on Amazon.com
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The bad acting isn't as much of a problem as the fact that it's incredibly racist. For anyone who's actually ever traveled, it's totally offensive the way Managua and other foreign countries are portrayed. It's called the Art of Travel, and yet the protagonist doesn't befriend a single native person to the countries he visits. He hangs out strictly with foreigners. I wouldn't call that the Art of Travel.
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