Two Tickets to Paradise (film)

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Two Tickets to Paradise is a 2006 film starring John C. McGinley, D. B. Sweeney (in his directorial debut), Paul Hipp, and minor roles for Moira Kelly and Ed Harris.

Synopsis[edit]

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.

Music[edit]

The film includes music by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dire Straits, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and American Minor

Cast[edit]

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.

Production[edit]

The film contains much scenes shot near Interstate 95 and in southern California, particularly in the San Diego area.

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