When David (David Giuntoli) is left by his fiancé days before the wedding, Flula (Flula Borg), his best man, insists that they go on David’s backpacking honeymoon trip together. Prepare to laugh on the trek that tests their friendship – and their lives.
David (David Giuntoli) is left by his fiancé days before the wedding, and Flula (Flula Borg), his eccentrically upbeat best man, insists that they go on David’s honeymoon together: a backpacking trip through Oregon’s scenic mountains. Prepare to laugh when the pair crosses paths with a dazed conspiracy theorist (Brian T. Finney), an attractively charming backpacker (Claire Coffee), and a bloodthirsty predator (an actual wolf) who all partake in a trek that tests their friendship – and their lives. The BUDDYMOON adventures are bookended with passages from William Clark’s diary describing his friendship and expedition with Meriwether Lewis, giving David and Flula’s relationship a touch of male bonding history. BUDDYMOON is Alex Simmons’s first feature film, who has years of success in the documentary genre. He co-wrote the film with his friends and former roommates David Giuntoli and Flula Borg.
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7/11/2016 by Nina Metz
The film is fiction, but you can see the ties of a real friendship at work here, and that is part of the charm.
7/6/2016 by Justin Lowe
Alex Simmons' debut feature is a fleet, consistently amusing 80-minute jaunt through the woods.
Los Angeles Times
6/30/2016 by Michael Rechtshaffen
This first feature by TV documentary director Alex Simmons, about a weeklong, male-bonding hiking trip, hasn't packed enough plot or humor to distinguish itself amidst all that lush mountain greenery.
6/30/2016 by Tom Keogh
Everyone should have a friend like Flula (Flula Borg), a ridiculously optimistic German musician hiking with his American friend David (David Giuntoli) through the wilds of Oregon in the frequently funny "Buddymoon."
Film Journal International
7/2/2016 by Edward Douglas
Fairly harmless and innocuous, but also only as funny as your tolerance for the overuse of Borg's idiotic shenanigans.
6/30/2016 by Chris Knight
Perfect chemistry and Flula's Germanic malapropisms make this a fun walk in the woods.
6/30/2016 by Rebecca Murray
The film's truly a two-man show and both [David] Giuntoli and [Flula] Borg play their parts perfectly.
The Film Stage
6/30/2016 by Jared Mobarak
Flula's shtick is not universally palatable and Buddymoon does sink or swim depending on your enjoyment of it.
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