The crew of a con-man organizes a slick plan to scam a famous game show host. As the body count rises so do their chances of being caught.

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The crew of a con-man organizes a slick plan to scam a famous game show host. As the body count rises so do their chances of being caught. Written by J. Perish

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'Ray Wise''s daughter makes a cameo appearance in the movie as one of the liquor store robbery witnesses. See more »

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Give the guy a break!
14 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Keep in mind, even De Palma has made a few bad films. Take "Mission to Mars" for example (possibly the worst film EVER made), which wasn't even De Palmas first film (made in 2002 - this was his 32nd movie) and it was made AFTER such classics as Carlito's Way, Scarface and Carrie! And then there's "Phantom Of The Paradise" (an absolutely, utterly, indescribably horrible movie), but there are still people that call it a "Classic".

This is Trevor Kings first film (ever). Sure, he borrowed a little from "Resevoir Dogs", but then all that Tarantino did was rip-off De Palma (who ripped off Alfred Hitchcock) - and look where he is now. Trevor King obviously has a passion for film making, he just hasn't defined his own genre yet. With a little more experience he will refine his art and one day "Sharkskin 6" may be considered a classic (like "Phantom Of The Paradise" is now).


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