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Bank Brothers (2004)

The mob has a plan. Recruit three renowned bank robbers from different parts of the world and put them into acton robbing banks posing as black men. Deposit an insured diamond worth ... See full summary »

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Diamond Man
Crooked I ...
Mob Boss
Tony Cox ...
Markis
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Clerence
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Agnes
Eddie B. Smith ...
Delivery Guy
Robert Lucas ...
Peter
Tony Pacheco
Grant Sullivan ...
Rolf
Curtis Aubrey ...
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Sabrina Firman ...
Bank Teller
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LAPD Captain Stevenson
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Kriger
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Bank Manager
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The mob has a plan. Recruit three renowned bank robbers from different parts of the world and put them into acton robbing banks posing as black men. Deposit an insured diamond worth millions into a banks vault. Steal it back. Collect the insurance. And, sell it in pieces all over the world, tripling their money. But when three down and out plumbers from the hood decide that robbing the same bank would make them Ballers, the mob's plan falls apart. They make their first heist at the same time that the mob is depositing the diamond. Now the mob wants their diamond back and they will stop at nothing to get it. Written by Ken Guertin

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The Mob wants thier Diamond Egg back and only three men can stop them.

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6 April 2004 (USA)  »

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$17,559 (estimated)
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WARNING what follows is actually a genuine review...
26 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

This effort attempts to be humorous via sheer puerility but fails miserably.

The reason for its failure is at least three-fold:

1) No scriptwriters were employed during this production

2) Actors with ability were deemed entirely unnecessary

3) The advert for the sound man appeared in the "Deaf Times"

It would be an affront to all films ever made (independent or otherwise, and including Gigli) to label this plotless effort as a "film"; this "attempt" is truly dreadful. I shiver when I recall the crass manner of "acting" in this "thing"; please do not make the same mistake I made in watching this.

Waste no money, no time or even bandwidth on this!


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