T.C. Cooper is sprung from prison by Oscar Pierce, an F.B.I. agent, and given a task: take down master thief Jimmy Ray Danker. He accepts, but neither man expected the plan's single complication: Julia Summers, Jimmy Ray's lover.

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Teddy
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Oscar
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Julia
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Jimmy Ray
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Donald (as Zachary Bogatz)
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Old Chinese Man
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Alley Tough #1
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Alley Tough #2
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Prisoner (as Roy Anderson)
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T.C. Cooper is sprung from prison by Oscar Pierce, an F.B.I. agent, and given a task: take down master thief Jimmy Ray Danker. He accepts, but neither man expected the plan's single complication: Julia Summers, Jimmy Ray's lover.

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Honour Amongst Thieves Is A Deadly Illusion


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Rated R for strong violence, language and a scene of sexuality | See all certifications »
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28 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Throughout the film there are many references to the actors' more famous roles. For instance Billy Dee Williams famous for the Star wars films refers to a dangerous way of life as "the dark side" an infamous star wars term. Also Ashley Laurence an actress famous for fighting demons in many films is referred to many times as a demon as a way of describing her evil nature. Finally, Michael Pare says at one point "I'm trying to stay away from tequila", riffing his line from Streets of Fire (1984) "I've always been a tequila man." See more »

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During the fight in prison following Teddy and Biggs' chess game, the table with the chess set on disappears. See more »

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Teddy: Y'know throughout history all the great wars were won on paper before the first shot was ever fired, now take Robert E Lee; a master stratergist...
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Jealous Heart
Written and Performed by Patrick Bergin
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Nobody nails their character
10 May 2004 | by (Houston) – See all my reviews

Not too bad of a premise, although the title sort of gives away what might better have been held back. However, none of the primary actors ever made their characters at all realistic. A big collection of unconvincing characters. Michael Madsen would have been good in Patrick Bergin's role. Bergin just didn't pull off the menace necessary for the part. Billy Dee Williams and Michael Pare weren't any better. Ashley Laurence, despite being major eye candy, couldn't make me believe the craziness she needed to portray. Overall, I can't find any good reason to recommend this film to anyone. (Okay, maybe for Ashley Laurence's brief nude scenes) It's not terrible, but it's not good. Grade: D


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