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  • Kylie Webster

    Take Me Home is a 2011 American romantic comedy film directed by and starring Sam Jaeger. The film also stars his wife Amber Jaeger and premiered on April 19, 2011 at the Nashville Film Festival. After getting turned down for a job, Thom finds his landlord throwing all of his belongings into the hallway. Claire Barrow isnt having a good day, either. With her life in ruins, Claire decides to pay Thom to drive her out to California and he reluctantly agrees.

  • Tolga Esin

    Road trips dont't come too often

  • Don Schick

    Take Me Home (4 stars) After getting over the fact that Bree Turner is not the female lead as Netflix makes it appear, I really enjoyed this indie romantic comedy about a cross country trip in a taxi. First time writer/director Sam Jaeger brings a poignant intersection of two downward sloping lives to light and connects them so they have meaning together. He does a credible job in the lead role, as does his wife. Bree Turner's role is very small, but I got over it.

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