Former marine and cop Jeff Erickson starts a new life after meeting his dream girl, Jill, running a bookshop, until they decide to become the modern Bonnie and Clyde. Learning on the job ... See full summary »
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A film director tries to cope with his frantic producer, too-amorous actors, and a disaster-prone crew as he rushes to get his deeply symbolic hockey movie "Dolores" done in time for the ... See full summary »
Running Time was filmed in black and white, in real time, and seemingly takes place in one continuous, fluid shot. It's a little like Hitchcock's "Rope," but it's on location! Carl, an ... See full summary »
Trainee police officer Toni Stroud (Loughlin) has just gotten her first report card from her superiors; straight A's. But a fellow officer has something else in mind, and asks to stay at ... See full summary »
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Former marine and cop Jeff Erickson starts a new life after meeting his dream girl, Jill, running a bookshop, until they decide to become the modern Bonnie and Clyde. Learning on the job the hard way, Jeff becomes famous through media-coverage, despite his power-trip tendency to bully his victims which becomes worse when Jill is hospitalized. FBI agent Tom LaSalle, has a hard time eliminating suspects and following the trail through. Written by
I want to have three kids right away.
Three kids, right away?
Yeah. See, I have this theory that you need three kids to have a real family. That way the kids outnumber the parents.
That sounds dangerous.
It is dangerous. When the kids outnumber the parents, that's when you find out what you're really made of.
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this based on a true story movie is all right,i suppose.it involves a ban robber and his wife/partner,and the FBI as they try and stop him.problem is,he wears a good disguise and thanks to his wife(the brains behind the outfit)very organized.eventually the bank robberies escalate into shootings,and the move ends on a tragic,sad note.Unlike another In the Line of Duty movie,The FBI Murders,this one is not as brutally violent.it also moves a lot slower.the criminals in this one are shown to be more sympathetic.whether that's accurate to the real story,i don't know.Bruce Campbell(The Evil Dead Trilogy)and Lori Loughlin(TV's Full) House star as the husband and wife.both are decent enough.Loughlin was actually pretty good,transcending her all American girl image from Full House.i'd give this movie a 5.5/10
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