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Unable to find work after a past felony, graduate John Wisdom and his girlfriend (Moore) embark on a cross-country bank-robbing spree in order to aid American farmers (Just call him Robin Hood).Written by
John N. Daily
Veronica Cartwright portrays Emilio Estevez' mother. She is only 13 years older than Estevez in reality. See more »
[After robbing his first bank.]
Go! Go! Go! Go! GO!
What? What? What? WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING WITH THAT GUN?
I told you to wait, Karen! Where the hell were you?
I was hungry - I went to get some Tofutti.
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I've watched Wisdom several times, and still enjoy it every once in a while. I've always been attracted to films with an original idea in them, and this is that kind of flick.
I like Emilio Estevez anyway, and to see him get his first chance to direct was cool. Demi Moore turns in an enjoyable, believable performance too, as did Tom Skerritt and Veronica Cartwright.
The particulars of Wisdom's methods might be a bit muddy, and the end not entirely satisfying to some, but this film is waaay more watchable than what's been out at the theaters lately. Can Hollywood really be SO out of good, original ideas?
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