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We're Talkin' Serious Money (1992)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime | 8 May 1992 (USA)
Comedy about two misfit men who lose a borrowed ten grand from a mob kingpin and must flee from NY to LA, only to there get involved in a caper involving a video of Senators in compromising... See full summary »

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Comedy about two misfit men who lose a borrowed ten grand from a mob kingpin and must flee from NY to LA, only to there get involved in a caper involving a video of Senators in compromising positions. Given a cool million for the video, they are then pursued for the money, which brings about a surprise ending to the film, as well as to their bungling adventures. Written by BOB STEBBINS <stebinsbob@aol.com>

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Comedy | Crime

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8 May 1992 (USA)  »

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Connections

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The Boy from New York City
Music and Lyrics by John Taylor and George Davis
Performed by The Ad Libs
Published by Trio Music Co., Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of Sun Entertainment Corporation
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Boooooooorrriinnngggg!
23 June 1999 | by (Cut Bank, Montana) – See all my reviews

I've seen a lot of bad movies in my time, but nowhere else have I seen such an incompetent mob movie. Can you imagine a mobster movie - these things involve lots of shootings and lots of catch lines by definition - where a)No shooting happens at all until the end, and b)The whole movie is built around $10,000. That's how much the characters seek, and probably the total production cost of the movie. Lots of pointless chatter, but has neither muscle (listed above) or brains. Watch it if you want to see the worst mobster flick of all time, or if you need a cure for insomnia.


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