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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Sam Dietz is back and must find and stop another serial killer before he kills again. Detective work for Dietz is tough having to juggle two gorgeous women - one his partner, and the other his shrink, who holds the key to the case.
A former street tough returns to his Philadelphia home after a stint in the military. Back on his home turf, he once again finds himself tangling with the mob boss who was instrumental in his going off to be a soldier.
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
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Perpetual losers try to out-hustle the Mob in a comedy crime caper.
A comedy crime caper that rates 2 - 3 stars. Dennis Farina stars as half of a team of would-be hustlers constantly looking for the "Big Score." They've hijacked pantyhose made in Korea that fit only 41/2 foot women, sold St. Christopher medals with lips that move, and other equally unsuccessful and wacko scores. Farina gives a preview of his future "Get Shorty" comedy tour de force and the pre-"Nanny" Fran Drescher is excellent as his long-suffering girlfriend. Not a lot of guffaws, but quite a few chuckles and grins. Worth seeing more than once.
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