LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE -- a family road trip.
BORAT -- semi-documentary comedy from Sacha Baron Cohen.
GUILT TRIP -- from December, with Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen.
DESIRE -- Deborah Revy goes on a road trip to disperse her father's ashes and ends up -- this is a french movie -- on a series of sexual adventures.
BROKEN FLOWERS -- Bill Murray on a journey visiting old girlfriends.
TOMMY BOY -- David Spade and the late, lamented Chris Farley.
NATURAL BORN KILLERS -- Oliver Stone's movie about two serial killers on a rampage.
ALMOST FAMOUS -- a rock band on the road.
THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES -- from Walter Salles, the director of ON THE ROAD.
MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO -- with River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves.
THE VANISHING -- two road trips in this classic suspense film, so disturbing that no one who sees it ever forgets it.
RAT RACE -- a really funny road farce.
WENDY AND LUCY -- a future classic document of the Great Recession, starring Michelle Williams.
ABOUT SCHMIDT -- a man retires and tries to find meaning in his life. He doesn't, really -- one of Nicholson's best.
ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE -- Ellen Burstyn as a Mom on the road.
BONNIE AND CLYDE -- two people discovering themselves as criminals on the road.
BREAD AND TULIPS -- Italian woman on a journey of discovery from Abruzzo to Venice.
BUCKET LIST -- two dying guys doing everything they haven't done yet, starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman.
DUE DATE -- horrible buddy road comedy from last year.
EASY RIDER -- seminal 60s film, directed by Dennis Hopper.
FIVE EASY PIECES -- Nicholson as an anti-hero on the road.
THE GRAPES OF WRATH -- Okies on their way to California during the dust bowl.
GUN CRAZY -- odd film noir starring Peggy Cummins.
IDENTITY THIEF -- a bad lift from MIDNIGHT RUN.
INTO THE WILD -- the end of the road comes in Alaska.
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT -- Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert on the road.
John Dahl directed an excellent road trip/noir -- JOYRIDE.
LA STRADA -- directed by Fellini.
LOST HIGHWAY -- starring Patricia Arquette.
MIDNIGHT RUN -- one of the greatest, from 1988.
NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN -- almost a road movie. Not quite, maybe, but there are elements.
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John Candy starred in one of the best known road movies, PLANES TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES.
O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU -- from the Coen Brothers.
THE PALM BEACH STORY -- from Preston Sturges.
PAPER MOON -- with Tatum and Ryan O'Neal.
Michelangelo Antonioni directed THE PASSENGER, co-starring Maria Schneider (both above).
RAIN MAN -- with Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise.
ROAD TO MOROCCO -- one of a whole series of road movies starring Hope and Crosby.
ROMAN DE GARE -- partly a road movie, and a very good one.
SIDEWAYS -- a California road trip, starring Paul Giamatti.
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THE IN-LAWS -- starring Peter Falk and Alan Arkin.
STAGECOACH -- 1939 film starring John Wayne and Claire Trevor, directed by John Ford.
BADLANDS -- psychopaths on the road.
Terence Stamp starred in the drag road movie PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT. He is seen here with actors starring in the stage version of the film.
THELMA AND LOUISE -- classic feminist film, which posed the question, "Is the promise of the great American road available to women, too?" The movie's answer: Not really.
THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT, with Richard Conte.
TRUE ROMANCE -- starring Patricia Arquette and Christian Slater, above.
VAGABOND -- kind of a French INTO THE WILD, directed by Agnes Varda and starring Sandrine Bonnaire.
WILD STRAWBERRIES -- Ingmar Bergman's answer to the road movie, about a professor who comes into a new understanding of himself while on a rare road trip.
Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN -- erotic road trip.