95 Miles to Go A famous comedian with a hit sitcom, his not-famous comedian buddy, and an Everybody Loves Raymond intern with a video camera pile into a car… 95 Miles to Go A famous comedian with a hit sitcom, his not-famous comedian buddy, and an Everybody Loves Raymond intern with a video camera pile into a car… 2006-04-07 R PT77M Documentary Ray Romano THINKFilm
Movie Review

95 Miles to Go (2006)

MPAA Rating: R
Ray Romano, 95 Miles to Go | ON THE 'GO' Caltabiano and Romano rack up the Miles
ON THE 'GO' Caltabiano and Romano rack up the Miles
EW's GRADE
D

Details Limited Release: Apr 07, 2006; Rated: R; Length: 77 Minutes; Genre: Documentary; With: Ray Romano; Distributor: THINKFilm

A famous comedian with a hit sitcom, his not-famous comedian buddy, and an Everybody Loves Raymond intern with a video camera pile into a car for an eight-day stand-up tour through Florida and Georgia earlier this year — and there's no punchline. Instead, the mangy joke in the defiantly homemade documentary 95 Miles to Go is that Ray Romano on a business trip is no different from any other schmo, minus the autograph signing: He and his associates check into hotels, they scarf down bad food, they watch TV and pass time sourly bickering, they fulfill their corporate responsibilities. (Raymond writer and Ray pal Tom Caltabiano, who directed, handles warm-up duties.) For this they charge admission?

Originally posted Apr 05, 2006 Published in issue #872 Apr 14, 2006 Order article reprints