The story of a group of misfits living in Miami, and their revenge against government bureaucracy. After the city refuses to pay for the damage to their car caused by a pothole, the three friends, including one with constant short-term memory loss and another who is always jumping from personality to personality, decide to steal an army howitzer and 'persuade' the mayor to change his mind.
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
You don't have to be crazy to fight the army, the mayor, longshoremen, short lawmen, and City Hall...But it helps.
Did You Know?
Debut produced screenplay of novelist Tony Kenrick
. The picture is the first of only two filmed adaptations of novels by Kenrick [to date, December 2015] with the second movie being Shanghai Surprise
(1986) adapted from the Kenrick's novel "Faraday's Flowers". Both productions were made and released during the 1980s and neither shared the title of their source book by Kenrick. See more