On the Road Review: Loving Jack Kerouac

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On the Road took five decades to come to the big screen. Is it worth the wait? Our On the Road review says, "yes." Yet, it is not the version of the novel we expected and that is not necessarily a bad thing. The film captures the spirit of the iconic book, but presents a different feel of the Jack Kerouac world that has been bringing joy to readers for generations.

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