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Knockaround Guys -- The wannabe sons of mobsters go to a remote town in the Midwest, and get themselves into more trouble than anyone could anticipate.
Knockaround Guys -- The wannabe sons of mobsters go to a remote town in the Midwest, and get themselves into more trouble than anyone could anticipate.

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Writers (WGA):
Brian Koppelman (written by) &
David Levien (written by)
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Release Date:
11 October 2002 (USA) See more »
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This October, Get Knockedaround See more »
Plot:
The wannabe sons of mobsters go to a remote town in the Midwest, and get themselves into more trouble than anyone could anticipate. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Directed by
Brian Koppelman 
David Levien 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Brian Koppelman (written by) &
David Levien (written by)

Produced by
Lawrence Bender .... producer
Michael De Luca .... executive producer
Julie Kirkham .... co-producer
Brian Koppelman .... producer
David Levien .... producer
Brian Witten .... executive producer
Stan Wlodkowski .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Clint Mansell 
 
Cinematography by
Tom Richmond 
 
Film Editing by
David Moritz 
 
Casting by
Laurel Smith 
 
Production Design by
Lester Cohen 
 
Art Direction by
Kei Ng 
 
Set Decoration by
Carolyn 'Cal' Loucks 
 
Costume Design by
Beth Pasternak 
 
Makeup Department
Sylvain Cournoyer .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Mark Graziano .... post-production supervisor
Jim Powers .... production manager
Jay Vinitsky .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jennifer Deathe .... second assistant director
John Kerr .... trainee assistant director
Michal Page .... assistant director
Michael Pitt .... second assistant director: New York
Andrew Shea .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Peter Allburn .... camera scenic: New York
Gordon Brown .... head painter
Tim C Campbell .... camera scenic artist: Calgary
Carlos Caneca .... lead man
Sheila Church .... art department coordinator
Cathy Cowan .... additional art director
Danielle Fleury .... assistant set decorator
Jason Hamilton .... set dresser
Rick Janzen .... key scenic artist
Donald "DAY" Kornegay .... art department assistant
Mark O'Donoghue .... carpenter
Vic Rigler .... property master
Dwayne Smolnicky .... first assistant decorator
Phillip Tellez .... construction coordinator
Shawn Thomas .... graphic designer
Gary Wattson .... set dresser: New York
Abbie Weinberg .... third assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Brian Basham .... adr recordist
Ron Bedrosian .... adr mixer
Bryan Bowen .... sound effects editor
John Cannon .... second assistant sound editor
Patrick Cyccone Jr. .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer
Eric Flickinger .... sound recordist
Douglas Ganton .... production sound mixer
Scott Martin Gershin .... supervising sound editor
Nerses Gezalyan .... sound mixer
Michael Keller .... sound re-recording mixer
Anna MacKenzie .... adr supervisor
Brian Miksis .... sound mixer: New York
Thomas O'Neil Younkman .... first assistant sound editor
Mark Ormandy .... additional sound
William Sarokin .... sound mixer: New York
David Stanke .... assistant sound editor
Ron Stermac .... cable person
Jeffrey Wilhoit .... foley artist
Greg Zimmerman .... foley recordist
 
Special Effects by
Tomas Hartl .... special effects technician
James Kozier .... special effects technician: Alberta unit
Ray McMillan .... front projection
Leo Wieser .... first assistant special effects coordinator: Toronto
Leo Wieser .... special effects assistant
Leo Wieser .... special effects coordinator: Alberta
 
Visual Effects by
Shane Kinnear .... executive producer: C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures
Bob Munroe .... visual effects supervisor
Mark Sawicki .... optical camera
Barb Shaw .... visual effects coordinator: CORE Digital Pictures
 
Stunts
Guy Bews .... stunt unit
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
Kevin Rushton .... stunt double
Wayne Wells .... stunt rigger
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Scotty Allan .... gaffer
Michelle Beaudette .... first assistant camera
Braden Belmonte .... second assistant camera: "a" camera, New York
Sam Bojin .... best boy electric
Renzo Spirit Buffalo .... assistant camera
Ciaran Copelin .... first assistant camera
Brad Crosbie .... second assistant camera
Tim Davis .... video assist operator
Michael Ginsburg .... still photographer: USA
Chris Hammond .... best boy electric: New York
Martin Keough .... rigging gaffer
Mike Kirilenko .... key grip
Marek Krawczyk .... electrician
Tim Merkel .... Steadicam operator
Michael Proscia Jr. .... gaffer
Mark Proscia .... electrician: New York
Ron Renzetti .... dolly grip
Richard Rutkowski .... director of photography: second unit
Mark Schmidt .... assistant camera: second unit
Rick D. Schmidt .... rigging grip: Alberta
Takashi Seida .... still photographer
Christopher G. Sprague .... lamp operator: Alberta
Scott Storm .... grip
Greg Williams .... video supervisor
 
Casting Department
Robin D. Cook .... casting: Canada
Larissa Giroux .... casting assistant: Canada
Alyson Lockwood .... casting: extras, Calgary
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ann Henshaw .... costume supervisor
Aissatou Parks .... set costumer
Marcia Scott .... costume set supervisor
Mia Sturup .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Diane Brunjes Robb .... assistant editor (as Diane Brunjes)
John Cameron .... first assistant editor
Todd Desrosiers .... apprentice editor
Jennifer Dubin .... post-production assistant
Bob McMillian .... color timer
Daniel R. Padgett .... first assistant film editor
Paul Parsons .... assistant editor
Chris Patterson .... assistant editor
Michael Struk .... assistant editor
John Dowdell .... hd colorist (uncredited)
Michael Hatzer .... final color timer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Bob Bowen .... music coordinator
Buck Damon .... music supervisor
Jonathan Karp .... music editor
Stephen Krause .... scoring mixer
Amanda Scheer-Demme .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Ron Annabelle .... picture cars captain: Toronto
Stewart Mitchel .... driver captain: Toronto
Coleman Robinson .... transportation coordinator
Dave Staples .... transportation coordinator: Toronto
 
Other crew
Brian E. Alexander .... assistant to director: post-production
Gerry Alfonso .... payroll accountant
Samantha Armstrong .... script supervisor
Sarah Ashton .... construction bookkeeper
Lynell Bangs .... production accountant
Jane Barrer .... location manager
Bob Bedard .... head chef
Dana Belcastro .... production executive
Leslie Cowan .... production coordinator: Alberta
Marty Dejczak .... location manager
Johnny Egan .... production assistant
Lynn Foster .... production secretary
James Fraser .... assistant to producer
Steven Gorel .... publicity intern
Marie-Claude Harnois .... production coordinator
John Brian King .... title designer (as Brian King)
Michael Kruk .... production assistant: Alberta
Sean Longley .... key craft services
Andrew Matthews .... financial consultant
David McIlroy .... assistant location manager
Louise Muskala .... assistant: Mr. Koppelman, Mr. Levien
Tom Nicholls .... location production assistant
Stephanie Pecuch .... assistant: Dana Belcastro (as Stephanie Pecuch-Cathell)
Jess Platt .... dialect coach
Georg Schmithüsen .... assistant location manager
Susan Schrader .... first assistant accountant: Alberta
Keith Sly .... lead man: Alberta
Andy Storey .... aerial ground supporter: Toronto
Jeff Swafford .... assistant: Mr. Bender
David M. Taylor .... accounting clerk
Dave Tommasini .... aerial coordinator: Toronto
Dave Tommasini .... helicopter pilot: Toronto
Bruce Toy .... chef
Lisa Ungarian .... trainee production coordinator: Alberta
Nick Veziris .... gun wrangler
Zane .... post-production accountant
Howard Samuelsohn .... dialect coach (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Seth Jaret .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for violence, language and some drug use
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92 min
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Trivia:
Three actors in the film have played Tom Ripley, the character introduced by Patricia Highsmith in her 1955 novel "The Talented Mr. Ripley." Dennis Hopper played Ripley in The American Friend (1977), John Malkovich played Ripley in Ripley's Game (2002), and Barry Pepper played Ripley in Ripley Under Ground (2005). Ripley has also been played by Alain Delon in Purple Noon (1960) and Matt Damon in The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999).See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: While in the hotel room as Matty and Taylor are watching the hunting show, Matty sets down his drink which appears back in his hand the next shot.See more »
Quotes:
Johnny Marbles:Yeah, cause you wouldn't wanna misplace your cow or anything.See more »
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Soundtrack:
Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)See more »

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7 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Nice movie. Worth watching., 31 December 2002
Author: Streetwolf

Almost all of my recent reviews have been very negative, but this movie is worth watching if you are a Vin Diesel fan.

Summary: Matty is the son of Benny, a mobster and he is as bad as they come. As a kid he is put to the test of killing someone, but fails, therefore his father keeps him away from the life of a mobster, but now as a grown up, Matty can't get a job anywhere due to his father's reputation, which gets on his last nerve. So he decides to talk to his father about letting him work for him. Benny puts him on a task, to collect some money in a bag and to come back with it. Doesn't sound so difficult. Matty meets up with his childhood friends, Scarpa, also a son of a gangster, but trying hard to concentrate on his restaurant, his cousin Marbles who has always been the screw up and Taylor, the guy that everyone brings in when they need to scare the heck out of someone. So Marbles has a plane, he gets the money, but in Montana he lands for gas, only there are 2 hillbilly cops there, that intimidate Marbles, as he feels they are on to him and during his panic he puts down the bag of money with other luggage that is being put on another plane. Only he is too late to retrieve the bag so he calls upon his friends to help find the missing bag, which didn't make it to the other plane...so who took the bag?

Seth Green plays the messed up Marbles, who wants responsibility, but doesn't know the meaning of the word. Vin Diesel was great in this movie as a tough guy Taylor, he played his part perfectly. John Malkovich was the ruthless right hand of Benny and he was great! As for the roles of Matty and Scarpa, they were ok. The plot was a little weak, but got better after the first 20 minutes or so.

I rate this movie 7/10.

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