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I just felt it necessary to mention that the other two comments posted for it are for the wrong movie. The movie THEY describe (which I have also seen...the plot involves three kids who plan robberies but don't execute them as an intellectual game) is actually called Foolproof (no space between the words) and stars Ryan Reynolds. It is a Canadian movie, and I agree that it is very good. Run out and see it if you haven't already...and you probably haven't, based on the amount of money it lost. Please do not rent Fool Proof (2002) hoping to see Foolproof (2003).
I do not know whether THIS movie (Fool Proof) is any good. Apparently no one in the world saw it. Including me.
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