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Writer:
Joe Carnahan (written by)
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Release Date:
16 October 1998 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Every generation has a hero. See more »
Plot:
A Cherry Pontiac Lemans Convertible...Two Days...Two-Hundred & Fifty Grand. When your lemon lot hits... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Smokin' Aces
 (From The Hollywood Reporter. 22 January 2007)

User Reviews:
What a Waste! See more (37 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Mike Maas ... Victor Drub / Dumpster Bum

Nick Fenske ... Mechanic
Mark Priolo ... Frank Priolo

Joe Carnahan ... Sid French
Andrew Fowler ... Mike Carbuyer
Gloria Gómez ... Julie Carbuyer (as Gloria Gomez)
Dan Leis ... Bob Melba
Josephine Arreola ... Elda
Dave Booth ... Jerry
Kevin Hale ... Pinto Guy
Max Ancar ... Frank Manzano
Leah Carnahan ... Ginger
Scott Taylor ... Dick Dupree Sr.

Eric Lutes ... Dick Dupree Jr.
Carlos V. Hernandez ... Diaz Carbajal (as Carlos Hernandez)
Dan Harlan ... Danny Woo
Karla Cave ... Dottie Woo
Karen Olsen ... Attendant
Matt Carnahan ... Mitchell Wayne Richter
James Salter ... Raymont Phelps
Ken Rudulph ... FBI Agent Jared
Jerry Rainbolt ... Jerry Goldman

Honor Echlund ... Dancer
Rick Reinaldo ... Inmate 1
Dave Collagan ... Inmate 2
Michael A. Saumure ... Vernon Cash (as Michael Saumure)
Kurt Johnson ... Hilbilly Sniper

Hugh McChord ... Mr. Reich
Tanja Anguay ... Woo Cowgirl 1
Priya Patel ... Woo Cowgirl 2
Chuck Leis ... Pete the Bartender
Kellee Benedict ... FBI Agent Littel

Mark S. Allen ... FBI Agent Franks
Shad Selby ... Paramedic
Stew Oleson ... Milt Huggins
Spencer Mulcahy ... Hick in Overalls
Dave Pierini ... Bill the Mechanic
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kyle Fenske ... Vato #4 (uncredited)

Directed by
Joe Carnahan 
 
Writing credits
Joe Carnahan (written by)

Produced by
Peter Broderick .... executive producer
Joe Carnahan .... producer
Leon Corcos .... producer
Kevin Hale .... co-producer
Charles Leis .... executive producer
Dan Leis .... producer
Patrick Lynn .... producer (as Patrick M. Lynn)
Chip Sires .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Martin Birke (original musical score)
Mark Priolo (original musical score)
 
Cinematography by
John Alexander Jimenez (director of photography) (as John A. Jimenez)
 
Film Editing by
Joe Carnahan 
 
Art Direction by
Eric Lutes 
 
Costume Design by
Mooshie 
 
Makeup Department
Eric Lutes .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Leon Corcos .... post supervisor
Carlos V. Hernandez .... unit production manager (as Carlos Hernandez)
Mark Stolaroff .... post-production manager: Next Wave Films (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William H. Rhodes .... first assistant director (as William Rhodes)
 
Art Department
Eric Lutes .... designer: original boiler plate logo
 
Sound Department
Dave Booth .... boom operator
John Flanagan .... sound designer
John Flanagan .... sound editing
Aaron Kinney .... additional sound recording
Aaron Kinney .... sound effects
Spencer Mulcahy .... sound recordist
Chris Pickett .... sound effects
Mike Shively .... additional sound recording
 
Stunts
Rockne Carnahan .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kelly Bohren .... grip
Leon Corcos .... additional photography
Mark Herzig .... additional photography
Spencer Mulcahy .... gaffer
Kerry Sweeney .... grip (as Kieran M. Sweeney)
 
Editorial Department
Leon Corcos .... editor: Media 100 editing
Skot Kuiper .... telecine transfer
Andrew Pratt .... negative cutter (as Andy Pratt)
Harry Muller .... color timer (uncredited)
Tara Veneruso .... post-production consultant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Daniel Peter Kolton .... composer: original lounge compositions (as Dan Kolton)
Mama's Gravy .... composer: additional music
Casualty Park .... composer: additional music
Mark Pieruccini .... composer: additional music
Luis Resto .... composer: original lounge compositions
Joel McDonell .... musician: drums, Mama's Gravy (uncredited)
Vince Mellone .... musician: guitar, Mama's Gravy (uncredited)
John Mullick .... musician: bass, Mama's Gravy (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Leon Corcos .... vehicle provider: 1963 Burgundy Le Mans
Joel McDonell .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Armain Austin .... production assistant
Jim Davis .... production assistant
Karen Olsen .... production assistant
Rick Stevenson .... weapons specialist
Sean Michael Sullivan .... production assistant (as Sean Sullivan)
Joel McDonell .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Mike Arbios .... special thanks
Karl R. Austen .... special thanks (as Karl Austen)
Michelle Byrd .... special thanks
George Allen Carnahan .... in memory of: 1925 - 1997
Maile Carnahan .... this film is dedicated to: with love and absolution (as Maile)
Mary Carnahan .... special thanks
Rockne Carnahan .... this film is dedicated to: with love and absolution (as Rockne)
Woody Carnahan .... special thanks (as Woody)
Deborah Chausse .... special thanks
Cario Cordero .... special thanks (as Cario)
Christy Cordero .... this film is dedicated to: with love and absolution (as Christine)
Sandy Cordero .... special thanks
Andy Crittenden .... special thanks
Karl Davis .... special thanks
Neil Friedman .... special thanks
Geoffrey Gilmore .... special thanks (as Geoff Gilmore)
Alan Koshiyama .... special thanks
Megan Leis .... special thanks
Hans Schiff .... special thanks
Jonathan Sehring .... special thanks
Sharon Sklar .... special thanks (as Sharan Sklar)
Mark Stolaroff .... special thanks
Milton Tabbot .... special thanks
Elliot Troshinsky .... special thanks
Tara Veneruso .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for violence and pervasive language
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87 min
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The full cast is listed in order of appearance.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Sid is shot and Bob is helping to bind the wound, they both begin to tie off below the wound, instead of above it (between the wound and the heart, in order to constrict blood flow). When we next see Sid's leg, the wound is bound correctly, above the wound.See more »
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Referenced in Narc: Making the Deal (2003) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
Spreadin' My LoveSee more »

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13 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
What a Waste!, 14 April 2001
Author: Ziggy from Vancouver, BC

I can't believe so many people are calling this a "great" movie, and I really have to suspect that someone paid the reviewer quoted on the box to say that this was "better than The Usual Suspects" (it isn't). Yes, it was made for less than eight thousand bucks, and it shows. Folks, it's a BAD movie! The characters are terrible, the acting is terrible, the story, far from being quick, is a bore. Some people will praise anything independent and low budget just for being that, but not me. Independent or studio, it still has to be good, and this isn't. Yes, I'll give Carnahan all the credit in the world for taking a cheap, awful flick and getting enough juice behind it to market the thing to where it is today, but that's all. This did not belong on the video store shelf, nor did it belong on a channel that viewers have to pay for. It's marketed as a regular film; it should carry a warning that notes what it really is: something just below "demo tape for rejected artist". Do not waste your time.

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