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During production, the printer responsible for the postal vehicles and police cars provided the number 420 for the police car. The joke wasn't lost on the crew and new numbers were requested and provided. However, the original 420 still appears on the police car in the movie. See more »
When seeing Big Stan in the hospital, Dwayne uses the name Big Steeley instead of Big Stan as he's been called throughout the film. See more »
Mrs. Margaret! Look at that pretty brooch.
Aren't you so kind. You have yourself a lovely day, Mr. Georgie Wits.
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I thought this reminded me a bit of Fargo but my more observant companion correctly and more accurately though it was a bit of a tribute to Blood Simple. If the movie had a weakness it was that Liam Hemsworth seemed a bit flat or lost compared to the others. The story was good, few puzzles still remain unexplained regarding the background of Derby Milton, the character whose singular unravels the plans of the main character and unleashes chaos. The women all play peripheral roles and more or less stand around and look worried.
The story felt fresh and although there was a resolution of sorts it was not too cliché.
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