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Scorched (2003)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime | 9 May 2003 (Portugal)
Three mischievous employees of a bank in a small deserted town all make plans to rob at the same time, however none of them knows about the others. Meanwhile, a clothing store employee has ... See full summary »

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... Sheila Rilo
... Shmally
... Jason 'Woods' Valley
... Charles Merchant
... Stuart 'Stu' Stein
... Max
... Rick
... Mark
... Carter Doleman
... Bank Employer
Max Wein ... Loomis
Gavin Grazer ... Cleatis
Steven Shenbaum ... Winston
... Gavin
... Girl Scout
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Three mischievous employees of a bank in a small deserted town all make plans to rob at the same time, however none of them knows about the others. Meanwhile, a clothing store employee has plans for revenge against a local millionaire. Written by <miguelcarmelo@cuba.com>

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Co-stars Alicia Silverstone and 'Rachael Leigh Cook' were born on the same day. See more »

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The part of the "horny toad" shown near the beginning of the movie is actually played by an Australian Bearded Dragon. It is shown displaying its beard. See more »

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Carter: I eat cheese.
Shmally: I know you do. I've seen you.
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Alicia Silverstone's name appears in the form of a tatoo. See more »

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Featured in Cinemania: Ypalliloi en drasei! (2009) See more »

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Fresh Feeling
Written by Mark Oliver Everett (as E) and Kool G. Murder
Performed by Eels
Courtesy of Dreamworks Records under license from Universal Special Enterprises
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Yes it's funny
17 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

Given the cast, and after seeing other comments on IMDb, I chanced it on this one, and it was well worth my money. I frequently burst out laughing. Undoubtedly the funniest bits are the extremely varied ways in which Woody Harrelson's character messes up - occasionally predictable, but well acted slapstick at its best. John Cleese was middling, best at the end, while the opening sequence has a splendid running gag and a marvellous outbreak by Alicia Silverstone. Perhaps Rachael Leigh Cook's and Paulo Costanzo's talents are underused, and the actor who played George Sr. in Arrested Development makes only a guest appearance. I hope there will be more good writing like this from Joe Wein.


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