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Dangerous Curves (2000)

A defense lawyer goes to find his former client whose late husband's money is missing. He's not the only one who's looking for her, and she has a plan of her own.

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Jeremiah Cullinane
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Carradine ... John Burnside
Maxine Bahns ... Stella Crosby
David Carradine ... Lemmy
Marina Anderson ... Elsa Kravitz (as Marina Carradine)
Terry McMahon Terry McMahon ... Dorf
Maria Tecce Maria Tecce ... Ed
Hillary Kavanagh Hillary Kavanagh ... Dolly (as Hilary Kavanagh)
Donncha Crowley ... Cullen
Alastair Mac Aindreasa Alastair Mac Aindreasa ... Blayne
Padraic Curran Padraic Curran ... Rand
Fred McCluskey Fred McCluskey ... Maldini-Jones
Eamonn Draper ... Lt. Dimski (as Eamon Draper)
Emily Hanrahan Emily Hanrahan ... Kelly
Conor Maguire Conor Maguire ... Lounge Waiter (as Connor Maguire)
Sarah O'Toole Sarah O'Toole ... Receptionist
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A defense lawyer goes to find his former client whose late husband's money is missing. He's not the only one who's looking for her, and she has a plan of her own.

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Be careful what you wish for...

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Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Quotes

John Burnside: My stomach felt like a lobster pot... and I was the lobster.
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Follows Stray Bullet (1999) See more »

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I can't believe I watched the whole thing.
2 January 2002 | by =G=See all my reviews

It's impossible to know what the director had in mind for this awful attempt at film making. "Dangerous Curves" tells of a lawyer (R. Carradine) who becomes involved in....um, a silly mess of a story which seems to be trying to be some kind of film noir detective story with maybe a comedy bent or something. Whatever it is, it doesn't work as drama noir, satire, comedy, farce, etc. It just plain sucks. Casting is awful, acting ill timed and poorly directed, action is mostly cheap foot chases for filler or poorly staged fire fights, etc. The list of complaints is too long for this forum. Suffice it to say, stay away from this sophomoric travesty of film making.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Stray Bullet II See more »

Filming Locations:

County Galway, Ireland See more »

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