Andrew Garfield, Mahershala Ali, Ruth Negga, and five others received their first-ever acting nominations for 2017. While these actors are new to the Academy Awards, you may recognize them from their earlier work.
A stroke of good luck turns lethal for Sam Phelan and his wife Leslie when they are faced with a life-changing decision that brings strange and sinister Pyke Kubic to their doorstep. As Pyke leads Sam and Leslie on a tumultuous adventure through the streets of Chicago, each are pulled deeper and deeper into a desperate spiral of deception and violence... All in the name of money. Written by
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Glenn Plummer's character is Glen the Plumber. See more »
While the three were calculating how much was spent, and therefore still owed by Sam and Leslie, the $4.00 Leslie gave to the mortgage officer before she even knew about the "found" money was never credited back to them. They included it into what they had spent. Meaning they "found" $625,727.00, not the $625,731.00 that was used as the basis for all the calculations. See more »
I'll fucking kill you both
You blacks think you're all tough... your not You think all us whites are afraid of you... we're not... now back off before I put you in the fucking emergency ward
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Glenn the Plumber is played by actor Glenn Plumber. See more »
This film tells the story of a married couple who lands themselves almost seven hundred thousand dollars that literally falls out from the sky. However, it's rightful owner tracks them down and demands every cent of the money they have taken and spent.
"Cash" may sound like an interesting idea, that a couple undergoes changes that they could never imagine. Chris Hemsworth and his on screen wife form a sweet couple who are honest and innocent. The guy who wants the money back, however, counts every cent even though he has recovered most of the money. It gets super tedious and even ridiculous that the characters in the film keep counting cents every minute. Why keep counting the cents when you can count in hundreds of thousands? It makes the film so annoying, and it's more like an accountant's wet dream.
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