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36 Hours to Die (1999)

The head of a brewery enlists his family and his bowling team to fight an extortion scheme developed by a local mobster to try to ruin the businessman and his family. The brewer's wife is a... See full summary »

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Noah Stone
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Kim Stone
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Jack 'Balls' O'Malley
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Morano
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Frank Stone
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Barbara Woods
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Cosler
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Vito Vecchio
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The head of a brewery enlists his family and his bowling team to fight an extortion scheme developed by a local mobster to try to ruin the businessman and his family. The brewer's wife is a financial whiz, who helps beat the scheme. Jack O'Malley is the man's uncle, who offers brawn as well as brains to defeat the mobster and his henchmen. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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When you're fighting for your life, not even time is on your side?

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Crime | Thriller

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11 April 1999 (USA)  »

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One of Treat Williams's last lines is that he wants a cold beer. In Deep Rising (1998), all his character Finnegan wants from Famke Janssen is a cold beer. See more »

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A very good TV movie.
28 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

I watched this flick from beginning to end, and enjoyed every minute.

Granted, there are a few implausibilities (all the killers dressed in black, with long black raincoats?), but it was easy for me to ignore the minor glitches and just kick back.

Saul Rubinek makes a very good villain, just enough over the top not to be totally implausible. And with Kim Cattrall and Carroll O'Connor adding their nickels' worth...

Enjoy.


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