Slim, Otis, Frank and Alex (three boys and a girl) form a group of snowboard and skate young bank robbers. They are known as masters of the runaway art. Slim, the thinking head hatched a ...
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Slim, Otis, Frank and Alex (three boys and a girl) form a group of snowboard and skate young bank robbers. They are known as masters of the runaway art. Slim, the thinking head hatched a plan for their final retirement: five consecutive burglars, in five days, involving 20 million dollars. But this time, they're gonna have to face both the police - and the mafia!Written by
First and only American movie by Gerard Pires. See more »
As the van turns into the parking garage after the bank robbery it looses a hubcap. All hubcaps are present in the subsequent shots. See more »
Now listen up. Anyone moves, anyone sneeze, any blink an eyelid, and this young lady here - what's your name, honey?
Dorothy here's gonna get her brains splattered all over her station. You'll be picking them out of these nooks and crannies for a week!
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It's all basically been said before here; bad script, bad acting, implausible plot, nonsense dialogue. But what hasn't been mentioned, as far as I can see, is the really unbelievably bad accents attempted by both main bad guys. To be honest I'm not really sure what area of THE WORLD Bruce Payne is supposed to from, and Stephen Berkoff is actually one of the only entertaining things in the movie with his 'Elvis/JR Ewing/Dick Van Dyke' type southern preacher drawl. Why couldn't these guy's keep their brit accents?
They would probably have been too good for the rest of the movie, that's why.
In a perverse way I quite liked this movie though. Like watching a car crash; you don't want to look but you can't look away.
Still not as bad as The Avengers.
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