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During the getaway from the bank, while the security team is chasing them, Peter is driving a right hand drive car while Simon shoots out the left window. In the scene immediately after the security teams car flips over, we see Peter driving a left hand drive car while Simon is shooting out the right window. See more »
Did you ever see a movie where the two lead actors are completely humiliated that their career has dropped to the bottom? Well, here it is. I think John Cusack actually was going to cry in some scenes. I just assumed that Thomas Jane needed drug money.
Besides the acting, the movie is incompetent on every level. Bad script, bad directing. Bad car chases. Horrible and illogical action scenes.
It isn't even bad enough to be entertaining.
Seriously, don't waste your time. Or subject anyone to this.
Just remember Cusack in Sixteen Candles, The Sure Thing, Better Off Dead, The Journey of Natty Gann, One Crazy Summer, Eight Men Out Say Anything, The Grifters, or Being John Malkovich. Those are good memories. This steaming pile is hard to get out of your head.
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