Two Tickets to Paradise (film)

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Two Tickets to Paradise is a 2006 movie starring John C. McGinley, D. B. Sweeney, Paul Hipp, and minor roles for Moira Kelly and Ed Harris. It was written and directed by Sweeney.


The story revolves around three 40-ish lifelong friends from Pennsylvania who go on a road trip in search of themselves. The friends have just two tickets to a major college bowl game in Florida, and along the way the friends run into a few surprises, and some serious self-discovery.


The movie includes music by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dire Straits, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan.


The cast also includes ESPN reporter Jenn Brown as a Hooters waitress, and cameos by Vanna White as herself, Gerald McGinley, John's father, as the dentist, and Jean Jones, Janet Jones' mother, as her mother.


Much of the movie contains scenes shot on/near Interstate 95. The film was also shot in southern California, particularly in the San Diego area.

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