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Fast Getaway II (1994)

A former robber (whose partner was his father) has reformed and is now running an insurance business with his girlfriend. An ex-partner frames him for a burglary. When his father gets out of prison, they go after the ex-partner.

Director:

Oley Sassone

Writers:

James Dixon (based on characters created by), Mark Sevi
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Wally Bujack Wally Bujack ... Bank President
Sarah Buxton ... Patrice (as Sarah G. Buxton)
Phillip Connery Phillip Connery ... Janitor
Stanton Davis Stanton Davis ... Cop at Laundromat
Maggie Grant ... Bank Teller
Tiffany Grant Tiffany Grant ... Nelson's Date
Corey Haim ... Nelson Potter
John Hrosovsky John Hrosovsky ... Guard
Kenny Jacobs Kenny Jacobs ... Bank VP
David Alexander Johnston David Alexander Johnston ... Dr. Paul Hertz
Ken Lerner ... Tony Bush
Peter Liapis ... Rankin (as Pete Liapis)
Michelle Mann Michelle Mann ... Nelson's Chef
Nicholas Mele ... Alejandro Mira
Tina Naughton Tina Naughton ... Newscaster
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A former robber (whose partner was his father) has reformed and is now running an insurance business with his girlfriend. An ex-partner frames him for a burglary. When his father gets out of prison, they go after the ex-partner.

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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Love Machine
Written by John Vester
Performed by Pattie Brooks
Produced by Richard Stone and John Vester
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Very low budget crime comedy
29 December 2002 | by kapeckiSee all my reviews

This very low budget comedy caper movie succeeds only in being low budget. Dialog is dumbfoundingly stupid, chase scenes are uniformly boring, and most of the on-screen money seems to have been saved for a series of crashes and explosions in a parking lot during the film's last five minutes (a briefly glimpsed port-a-potty early in that scene is certain to wrecked and spew crap on the film's chief villain--no prop is here without a purpose). The whole film is depressingly reminiscent of those that occasionally came out of Rodger Corman's studio when he'd give a first time director a few bucks and a camera--but without the discipline Corman would impose.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 December 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fast Getaway II See more »

Filming Locations:

Downtown, Tucson, Arizona, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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