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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 movie has so many clichés, I had to stop counting. Not only this, but the film editing was horrible. This movie was supposed to take place in Chicago. I'm not sure when Chicago had backdrops of beautiful pine tree covered hills. As a resident of Portland, I immediately recognized the film location. As far as the plot goes, the leading female character has bi-polar disorder and that was also stereotyped and somewhat glossed over. The lead detective's role was oversimplified, especially in regards to his relationship with his father, Who, of course, is a retired police officer. I saw the first 15 minutes of this film and was pretty much able to predict the remaining hour.
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