Ruben and Robby are twin brothers, adopted by Mona, one of the wealthiest - and most eccentric - women in Santa Barbara. Ruben is devoted to Mona, but Robby is more devoted to her money. So when Mona leaves her fortune and estate to Ruben it starts a battle between brothers that soon leads to madness, mayhem, and even attempted murder. On Ruben's side is Lou Perilli an ex-Chicago cop and used car dealer who knows the law - and how to get around it. On Robby's side is ruthless businessman Reed Tyler, who is out to turn a swift profit on Mona's property. Walking a shifty line between them is Eddie Agopian, the family lawyer, who doesn't care which side wins as long as he's on the winner's side. But whether they're stealing big or stealing little, they're all stealing in this hilarious comedy about greed, power... and brotherly love.
Two brothers. One fortune. Zero chance they'll share it.
Did You Know?
This was the last film to actually be released and distributed by the now defunct, Savoy Pictures. This movie was also one of the studio's costliest flops in terms of the film's budget in which studio insiders had stated that it was approximately between 35 and 50 million dollars. See more
When Eddie Agopian escapes from Ruben, Lou and Nick the hit man, he leaps out of the window, dives into a fountain and swims to the side. Moments later, when he is seen running from Ruben, Lou and Nick, he and his clothes are bone dry. See more
[while filming Robert leaving the courtroom and a police officer blocks his way
To serve and protect the wealth! To serve and protect the wealth!
Written by René Dupéré
Editions Notation Publishing/Creations Meandres, Socan See more
29 September 1995 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $1,761,890,
1 October 1995
Gross USA: $3,150,170
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $3,150,170
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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