Mike and John work at a discount movie theater and hate every minute of it. When they get the idea that robbing from their employer would be the easiest way to buy a car, things quickly escalate beyond their control.

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Shawn Bird ...
The Mamet
Derek Hunter ...
Mr. Hunter
Warren Miles ...
Angry Customer
Richard Newman ...
Chris Levine
Michelle Pate ...
Startled Customer
Florence Perez ...
Florence
Joel Petrie ...
Bryan
Jeremy Roach ...
Matt
John Strack ...
John
Scott Willis ...
Mike's Dad
Jason Young ...
Mike
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Mike and John work at a discount movie theater and hate every minute of it. When they get the idea that robbing from their employer would be the easiest way to buy a car, things quickly escalate beyond their control.

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13 April 2007 (USA)  »

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$7,500 (estimated)
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The "Pirate Club" movie posters seen in the film were also used in the Disney TV movie "Life is Ruff". See more »

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Mike: So, who do you think would win in a fight? Harry Potter or Sprocket from Fraggle Rock?
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References Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) See more »

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Not worth commenting on, but I'll do it anyway.
20 November 2007 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Campy, hokey, poorly conceived, horribly written, terribly shot. There was nothing about this film that would make us care about these boring middle-class suburbanites. "Mike and John work at a discount movie theater and hate every minute of it." Please, we all had a job at 16 we hated, give us some incite. Give us some internal conflict. You could make the excuse that, Hey this was just a pop corn movie, but we all know that's a cop out. The P.R. continues, "When they get the idea that robbing from their employer would be the easiest way to buy a car, things quickly escalate beyond their control." I don't know what they mean by out of control, but never at any point in this movie did things get complicated. They could have just stopped and it would have been just as interesting. Have you guys ever heard of a second draft? Have you ever heard of three point lighting? It was shot on video; did anybody stop to white balance the camera? Why would you waste everyone's time with this dribble? I saw it for free and I still want my money back!


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