Rated R · 90 minutes · 2010

Romantic comedy
Single Jack (Philip Seymour Hoffman) drives a limo for a living and has a best friend, Clyde (John Ortiz), a married co-worker. Clyde and his wife decide to set up Jack with another friend, Connie (Amy Ryan). Jack and Connie hit it off, and a tentative romance blossoms, inspiring Jack to take cooking lessons, learn to swim, and apply for his dream job. However, as that relationship grows stronger, Clyde and his wife find their marriage crumbling.
Official Site: www.jackgoesboatingmovie.com
Director: Philip Hoffman
Producer: Marc Turtletaub, Beth O'Neil, Peter Saraf, Emily Ziff, Philip Hoffman and John Ortiz
Cast: Philip Hoffman, John Ortiz, Amy Ryan, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Tom McCarthy, Richard Petrocelli, Shawna Bermender, Salvatore Inzerillo, Elizabeth Rodriguez, James Anderson and Stephen Adly-Guirgis


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Portland Mercury Real People Are Boring Jack Goes Boating: A quiet social drama about boring people is, unsurprisingly, boring. by Alison Hallett 09/23/2010
Boise Weekly It's A Funny Story and Jack Goes Boating Films about life, love and the whole damn mess. by George Prentice 10/06/2010
Indy Week Damaged goods in Philip Seymour Hoffman's Jack Goes Boating Jack Goes Boating attempts to offer a satisfying portrait of two people falling in love. Given its talented two leads, it falls surprisingly short of this modest ambition. by Nathan Gelgud 10/06/2010
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East Bay Express Bohemian Rhapsody: Howl and Jack Goes Boating James Franco blazes as Allen Ginsberg; Philip Seymour Hoffman quietly simmers. by Kelly Vance 09/22/2010

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