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Crooks (2002)

Errors, Freaks & Oddities (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy | 2 February 2006 (USA)
Bayonne boys from new jersey steal a million dollars worth of rare stamps from the local post office; only to go awry.

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Jessica Alexander ...
Carmella
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Paulette
Maggie Bagley ...
Angela
D. Banno ...
Postal Worker on Break #5
Carmine Battista ...
Frank Perrigrinno
Bruce Bellack ...
Bar Patron Leaving Bar #2
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Officer Tafoozi
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Sol solzberg
Pete Canale ...
Guy at Bar #2
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Agent Russo
Michael Cenimo ...
Postal Worker on Break #3
Roseanne D'Emidio ...
Bunny Taranno
Darren Dachisen ...
Postal Worker on Break #2
Rob Dachisen ...
Postal Worker on Break #1
Mark Ellmore ...
Jay
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Bayonne boys from new jersey steal a million dollars worth of rare stamps from the local post office; only to go awry.

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A caper gone postal

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Nicky: Good thinking, JB!
JB Jr.: The wheels are always spinning.
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Clever Little Movie
9 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

A friend loaned me the DVD, I thought this was a clever little movie - and quite funny, too.

The premise is simple enough, an unusual group of amateur thieves try to steal valuable stamps and things go wrong. But what I like most about the film is the unusual dialogue and the clever twists and turns of the plot. The characters are clearly drawn and quite likable, I found myself laughing at the characters' interactions with one another throughout the film. The acting was also very good, especially the postman who plans the heist and the woman with the gun. Although my friend recommended the film, I didn't know any of the actors and didn't expect to be engaged in the film, which I was, and I was surprised and satisfied by the ending, which, looking back on the film, I probably should have figured out. Definitely worth watching if you can find it.....


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