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Release Date:
9 May 2003 (Portugal) See more »
How many tellers does it take to rob a bank? See more »
Three mischievous employees of a bank in a small deserted town all make plans to rob at the same time... See more » | Add synopsis »
Woody Harrelson Goes Back To Nature
 (From WENN. 1 August 2001)

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Alicia Silverstone ... Sheila Rilo

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Shmally

Woody Harrelson ... Jason 'Woods' Valley

John Cleese ... Charles Merchant

Paulo Costanzo ... Stuart 'Stu' Stein

David Krumholtz ... Max

Joshua Leonard ... Rick

Ivan Sergei ... Mark

Marcus Thomas ... Carter Doleman

Jeffrey Tambor ... Bank Employer
Max Wein ... Loomis

Gavin Grazer ... Cleatis
Steven Shenbaum ... Winston

Wayne Morse ... Gavin

Renee Olstead ... Girl Scout
Ron Wein ... Angry Man

Nichole Hiltz ... Blonde Bikini Girl

Giovanna D'Agnello ... Brunette Bikini Girl
Rondi Bryson ... Cashier

Joe Fria ... Job Interviewer

Reamy Hall ... Job Interviewer
Ernie Garrett ... Job Interviewer
Barry Chapman ... Celebrity Impersonator

Lindsay Beamish ... Connie

Amy D'Allessandro ... Customer

Sean Flynn ... Young Mark

Saki Miata ... Hooker
Rachelle Whaley ... Hooker

Al Corley ... Policeman

Michael Bryan French ... Attendant
Michael Klastorin ... Man in Infomercial
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jonathan Dana ... Pit Boss (uncredited)
Jeff Eveleth ... Policeman (uncredited)

Gary Gunter ... Store Employee (uncredited)

Directed by
Gavin Grazer 
Writing credits
Joe Wein (written by)

Joe Wein (story) and
Max Wein (story)

Produced by
Al Corley .... producer
Cindy Cowan .... executive producer
Kyle Lundberg .... executive producer
Eugene Musso .... producer
Kim Olsen .... associate producer
Kim E. Olsen .... associate producer
Hadeel Reda .... executive producer
Bart Rosenblatt .... producer
Daniel Sherman .... executive producer
Gary Smith .... executive producer
Max Wein .... executive producer
Original Music by
John Frizzell 
Cinematography by
Bruce Douglas Johnson 
Film Editing by
Kathryn Himoff 
Casting by
Felicia Fasano 
Anne McCarthy 
Mary Vernieu 
Production Design by
Patti Podesta 
Art Direction by
Yoo Jung Han 
Set Decoration by
Jennifer M. Gentile  (as Jennifer Gentile)
Costume Design by
Cassendre de le Fortrie 
Heather Goodwin 
Makeup Department
Germicka Barclay .... key hair stylist
Karen Blynder .... key makeup artist
Barney Burman .... special makeup effects artist
Tyler Ely .... hair stylist
Zoe Hay .... makeup artist
Laura Markert .... makeup artist
Lori McCoy-Bell .... hair department head
Angel Radefeld .... additional makeup artist
Lori Sanders .... hair stylist
Sherilyn Stetz .... makeup department head
Production Management
Robert Hoffman .... post-production supervisor
Douglas Jones .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Craig Borden .... first assistant director
Heather Grierson .... second assistant director
Douglas Jones .... second unit director
Lisa Looney .... second second assistant director
R.J. Olivier .... additional assistant director
Alexa Sheehan .... additional assistant director (as Alexa 'Squirrel' Motley)
Renelouise Smith .... additional assistant director
Aaron Stewart .... first assistant director: second unit
Dawn Stewart .... second assistant director: second unit
Art Department
Marty Angelo .... lead man
James Basile .... swing (as James Basil)
Scott Buckwald .... property master
Brandee Dell'Aringa .... assistant art director
Joseph Fedo .... on-set painter
Nicole Gorg .... art department coordinator
Jeanne Kukor .... prop assistant
Missy Parker .... buyer
Paul S. Power .... storyboard artist (as Paul Power)
Bret Ross .... props
Danny Rowe .... on-set dresser
Ray Schrefel .... swing
Rick Tinsley .... construction coordinator
Greg Wyszynski .... set dresser
Sound Department
Richard L. Anderson .... supervising sound editor
Mary Andrews .... sound editor
Bryan M. Cahill .... boom operator (as Bryan Cahill)
Nick Carbone .... sound utility
Mark Coffey .... assistant sound editor
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
Dennis Fuller .... boom operator
Amy Hammer .... mix facility coordinator
Eric Justen .... mixing recordist
Charles Kelly .... production sound mixer
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer
Cliff Latimer .... adr supervisor
Darrin Mann .... foley mixer
James Morioka .... sound editor
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
Benjamin Patrick .... sound mixer
Andy Peach .... sound recordist
Gary Raymond .... dialogue playback
Terry Rodman .... sound re-recording mixer
Katherine Rose .... foley artist
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
Sean Rowe .... foley artist
Reuben Simon .... sound editor
George Simpson .... sound effects editor
Ken Strain .... boom operator
Ralph Stuart .... first assistant sound editor
Jussi Tegelman .... sound editor
Matthew W. Tenggren .... boom operator
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Von Varga .... sound mixer: second unit
James Wright .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Special Effects by
Derek Crimmel .... special effects assistant
Ron Karkoska .... special effects makeup
Ron Trost .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Christopher Dusendschon .... digital imaging: iO Film
Chris Ervin .... main title designer
Matt Hartle .... visual effects supervisor: main titles
Adam Hawkey .... digital compositor
Bruce Douglas Johnson .... digital effects supervisor
Kevin Mullican .... research and development
Terri Cadiente .... stunt double: Sheila
Jennifer Caputo .... stunt double: Sheila
Jake Crawford .... stunt coordinator
Nadine Grycan .... stunt double: Schmally (as Nadine Hoss)
Kim Robert Koscki .... stunt double: Winston (as Kim Koscki)
Gary Morgan .... stunt double: Stu
K.C. Peterson .... stunt double: Doleman
Tim Trella .... stunt double: Woods
Camera and Electrical Department
Tyler Allison .... assistant camera
Sammy Beavers .... electrician
Steve Belsky .... camera operator
Cesar Villacis De Lucia .... camera operator
Alfredo Denila .... key grip (as Alfredo Denilo III)
Rocky Ford .... key grip (as Rocky W. Ford)
Richard Foreman Jr. .... still photographer
Camille Freer .... first assistant camera
Wayne Goring .... loader
Bruce Alan Greene .... Steadicam operator
Eldon Hansen .... lighting technician
John Haselbusch .... best boy electric (as John W. Haselbusch)
Bengt Jonsson .... director of photography: second unit
Didier Koskas .... key grip
Michael Landsburg .... dolly grip (as Mike Landsburg)
Doug Lasater .... best boy grip
Damon Liebowitz .... lamp operator
Niran Martin .... second assistant camera
Ken Metz .... unit grip (as Kenny Metz)
Ron Newburn .... gaffer
Seamus O'Moriarty .... unit grip
Vincent Petretti .... unit grip
Tony Porto .... grip
Tony Porto .... unit grip
Mehran Salamati .... aerial director of photography
Katie Santore .... second assistant camera (as D. Kathryn Santore)
Bernie Smith .... first assistant camera
John Spezzano .... best boy grip
Allan Telias .... assistant camera
Casting Department
Dave Footman .... casting assistant
Harry Monroe .... casting assistant
Shalimar Reodica .... casting associate
Debe Waisman .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fontella Boone .... set costumer
Amy Brubaker .... key costumer
Heather Hoffman .... costumer: Mr. Harrelson
Shannon Kelly .... costumer
Tron Morgan .... costumer
Editorial Department
Antony Gibbs .... additional editing (as Tony Gibbs)
Sherrye Gibbs .... assistant editor
Kirsty Kalkhoven .... assistant editor
Location Management
Stuart Flanigan .... assistant location manager
Matt Petras .... location manager
Music Department
Barklie K. Griggs .... music supervisor
Tommy Lockett .... music editor
Tom Trafalski .... music engineer
Transportation Department
John W. Barbee .... transportation coordinator
Al Burton .... transportation captain
Gary Jackson .... driver
Shaun Ryan .... production van driver
John F. Teeple .... driver
Other crew
Behrang Alem .... production assistant
Beth Bajuk .... assistant craft service
Todd Barrett .... stand-in: Mr. Harrelson
Deborah Brighton .... animal trainer
Scott Brown .... production assistant
Kelli Brownell .... animal trainer
Rondi Bryson .... utility stand-in
Imani Butler .... production assistant
Scott Cler .... production assistant
Nicky Craft .... payroll accountant
Jonathan Dana .... production consultant
Joe Disante .... stand-in: Mr. Cleese
Nicole Drake .... stand-in: Ms. Silverstone
Stephen Dudycha .... set production assistant
Jeff Eveleth .... production assistant
Sonia Farrell .... assistant: Mr. Harrelson
Tim Ford .... production assistant (as Timothy Ford)
Tiffany Fraser .... production accountant (as Tiffany Reinhard)
Ardemis Freeland .... production assistant
Jeff Fuller .... set production assistant (as Jeff 'Bones' Fuller)
Kathryn Galberth .... production assistant intern (as Kathryn C. Galberth)
Joy A. Green .... animal trainer
Agaetha Harris .... craft service
Jimmy Holcomb .... production coordinator
Mira Husseini .... film publicist
Karen Jo Irvin .... executive assistant to producers
Howard Johnson .... assistant: Mr. Cleese
Grant Jornacion .... production assistant
Kelly Kall .... production assistant
Benay Karp .... animal trainer
Timothy F. Kelly .... craft service
Michael Klastorin .... unit publicist
Kati Kocsis .... set production assistant
Julie Landholt .... title designer
Tony Lee .... assistant: Mr. Tambor
Gilchrist Macquarrie .... set production assistant
Laurent Marchand .... caterer (as Laurent Marchand)
Neal D. McConnell .... assistant production coordinator
Michelle Chubarov McIntosh .... production assistant
Travis N. Millican .... production assistant (as Travis Nico Millican)
Chelsea Molloy .... assistant: Mr. Grazer
Jason Morse .... craft service
Kevin Patrick Murphy .... craft service (as Kevin P. Murphy)
Lara Osborn .... animal trainer
Peter Popp .... craft service
Marissa Sager .... office production assistant
Stoney 'The Stone' Sharp .... production assistant
Brendan Stengel .... craft service
Mylan Stepanovich .... first assistant accountant
Derrell Warren .... craft service
Claudia Yarmy .... script supervisor
Stan Spry .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for language
UK:89 min | USA:95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Canada:PG | Finland:K-11 | Germany:12 | Iceland:L | Italy:T | Netherlands:AL | Netherlands:12 (VHS/DVD rating) | Singapore:PG | UK:12A (theatrical release) | UK:12 (video release) | USA:PG-13

Did You Know?

Alicia Silverstone, Rachel Leigh Cook, Woody Harrelson and John Cleese are not only top billed, but they're all also vegetarians.See more »
Continuity: As Sheila enters the bank with Mark on Saturday, you see the bank's hours posted on the door as Mon-Thu 8:00-4:00, Fri 8:00-5:00, with no mention of Saturday, so presumably the bank not open on Saturdays, however key plot points take place on Saturday with the bank open.See more »
Shmally:You wanna jack with the ripper?See more »
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14 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Surprisingly terrific!!, 15 February 2006
Author: Pookyiscute from Nyiregyhaza, Hungary

Sitting down with this, I was afraid to see what was going to appear on the screen. I had no real expectations of the film, and I had no idea what it was about, other than who was in it, and the cover looked like a good heist kind of movie. Wow. It was so much better than I ever would have imagined. Not only was it actually funny, and not just trying to be funny and then totally failed during the trial, but actually, truly funny.

The lines were well-written, the acting was all right on, and I thought everyone was perfect for the characters they'd been given except for one person, and that was Woody Harrelson. He was good, but I just don't consider him all that funny, and so it was kind of a bad choice, in my opinion anyway, to cast him in this role.

Alicia Silverstone was really good, surprisingly enough, and didn't carry any of her 'Clueless' days along with her for this role. John Cleese was just right for the role that he was given, David Krumholtz was annoyingly good (because that's what his character required), and drum roll please...the best person in the whole movie was, Paulo Castanzo. He was hilarious, as he always is, and very smart. He delivers his lines perfectly and without failure, always makes each and every one of his scenes priceless and memorable.

The basic plot of this film is that there are three employees of a bank in a small no-name town, who all want to rob the bank for different reasons. The movie starts off at the end, and works it's way backwards, so that you see what happens, in order for the rest of the film to make sense.

It was cleverly written, and very much over looked. Although we won't be seeing any Oscar nominations for this film, it still was noteworthy and definitely worth the rental fee. There is no sex, no violence, and no language as far as I remember, so the whole film would be appropriate for younger audience viewers.

I enjoyed it immensely and recommend it without question. It's rare that a movie like this comes along, that's quick and smart. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.

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