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Bank Robber (1993)

After robbing a bank, the robber hides out from the police in a seedy hotel where he is forced to bribe various tennants for protection as well as their silence which becomes more difficult... See full summary »

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Billy
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Priscilla
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Officer Gross
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Selina
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Mother
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Marisa Benoit
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Night Clerk 1
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After robbing a bank, the robber hides out from the police in a seedy hotel where he is forced to bribe various tennants for protection as well as their silence which becomes more difficult as greed takes over and the people demand more exuberant bribes from the bank robber to shelter and hide him. Written by Anonymous

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Stealing her passion is a risky affair.

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Comedy | Crime | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexuality, a bloody shooting, drug content and language | See all certifications »

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3 December 1993 (USA)  »

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Bad Billy  »

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$115,842
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BRILLIANT but. . .flawed
24 August 1999 | by See all my reviews

Bank Robber is a rare gem of a film that mixes dark comedy with extreme social significance. The cast is an excellent eclectic mix of the serious and surreal, a bit like the film really. It has some really funny moments and some very sexy ones. The erotic stuff only lasts a few minutes but stays with you for a long time. Lisa Bonet has never been better. Patrick Dempsey, unfortunately, phones it in. It needed a Sean Penn or a Tim Roth to really make it work. Direction is good, cinematogrophy excellent and it is conceptionally intriguing, with most of the action taking place in the one room. Rent it, or if your lucky see it on the big screen late night. It's a cult film.


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