All three of these leads act like they have just been plucked out of a community theater production and thrown on the screen. The only one who feels natural is Chris Hayes, but if he is anything like that in real life, he should probably invest in a cup. Everyone delivers their lines so awkwardly and so artificially that it doesn’t allow you to connect with the characters, even though I don’t know if you’re supposed to since they are essentially physical representations of ideas.
The Loneliest Road in America has one or two positive things going for it. First, the scenery is wonderful and it is shot well. Although it’s a low budget affair, the film does well what little it has, choosing to just shoot in the small towns and the outside scenery of the Nevada desert. Some of the shots are beautiful, and DP Tony McGrath needs to be commended for making the movie look great. Also, the best part of the whole movie is a man by the name of Dynamite Bob (I don’t think he’s named in the movie, but he’s the super perverted one and you’ll know what I mean if you see it). Apparently he was a local they just hired in one of the towns they shot in, and his three lines are the funniest lines of the whole movie. It’s sad, but he’s the best actor in the whole thing, and he’s not even acting!
All in all, The Loneliest Road in America is not worth the watch. It tries to say something, but the message is lost with a dumb plot and some of the worst acting and dialogue I have ever heard in a movie. This isn't something I would ever watch again.
You may feel differently though, so please check out the official website.