Aline Kaplan reports she liked Ray Donovan: The Movie, but chronicles all the ways it gets Boston geography wrong, like how Ray drives up from New York by way of the Zakim Bridge:
While this makes no sense geographically, I have to admit, that the Zakim Bridge with its colored lights is a lot more photogenic than anything along the Southeast Expressway.
Ed. note: There's always the Ho Chi Minh Gas Tank. But unless this is Ray's first ever drive up from New York, he might not wind up on the Expressway, either - he more likely would come up 84 and the turnpike; the drive on 95 through Connecticut and Rhode Island is just too awful for words, although you do get to see the Big Blue Bug in Providence. And, of course, where the Boston Globe used to be, back when Ray was its editor.