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Larceny (2004)

R | | Comedy | 2 March 2004 (USA)
A young man from New Jersey comes to Los Angeles to visit his slightly crazy cousin and gets mistaken for a successful New York artist.

Director:

Irving Schwartz
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Cast

Credited cast:
Joshua Leonard ... Nick
Andy Dick ... Chris
Kate Jackson ... Mom
Heavy D ... Charles
Roselyn Sanchez ... Angela
Michael Lerner
Tyra Banks ... Self
Priscilla Inga Taylor ... (as Priscilla Taylor)
Joann Richter Joann Richter ... Sondra
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Audrey Marie Anderson ... Punk girl
Robert Bagnell
David Banks ... Josh
Troy Blendell ... Art Guy
Ursula Brooks
Brooke Dillman ... Rental car agent
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A young man from New Jersey comes to Los Angeles to visit his slightly crazy cousin and gets mistaken for a successful New York artist.

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Welcome to LA, where everybody has an angle but nobody has a clue.

Genres:

Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong language
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[first lines]
Nick: This is really gonna hurt. They say you see your entire life flash before your eyes right before you die. But this is a fast bullet, so all I really have time to remember are the last few days. I'll start three days ago with my first art class, just a mere hour from my closet-sized apartment in Paramus, New Jersey.
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Waste of celluloid
31 July 2004 | by HudistuntSee all my reviews

I worked on this film, and even though a lot of the time, what looks like k-wrap on the set turns out really well, this is NOT one of those times. The kid from "Blair Witch" (one of the WORST movies ever made) really thought he was all that, he had a new Yukon (black, of course) and a bad attitude (seen him lately...? I haven't). The best part of the movie was ROSALYN SANCHEZ - she just looks good, period - but even her all-too-brief appearance couldn't save this drivel. As the other poster said, one really wonders sometimes who green-lights these terrible films? "Larceny" is the title, but the real crime here is the MURDER of perfectly good, innocent Kodak raw-stock in the name of this cinematic silliness.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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Larceny Productions See more »
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