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If you like the Coen Brothers and quirky road films see this ......
Kevin Dillon and Amy Locane are on the run with stolen drug money. Crooked F.B.I. agent M. Emmet Walsh is in pursuit, along with at least a bunch of bad guys. There is quite a bit of quirky dialog, mostly supplied by the ever wise cracking Walsh. The desert locations are used to good advantage, and the splattering of "red stuff" looks pretty good too. There is a bit of nudity compliments of Locane, and the character development is totally acceptable. I unashamedly rate "Criminal Hearts" a solid 7.0 because it is entertaining with intriguing characters, and some very memorable moments. This is a true sleeper, and a real find for the right audience. - MERK
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