Josh Kovaks is the manager of a high-rise condominium in New York. He is close to all the tenants, especially financier Arthur Shaw. One day Shaw is arrested by the FBI for fraud. Josh thinks it's a misunderstanding that can be resolved, but later he learns that the employees' pension fund - which he asked Shaw to handle - is gone. When one of the employees tries to kill himself, Josh's views of Shaw change. He goes to see him and loses his temper, and his job. The FBI agent in charge tells him that Shaw might walk, and recovering the pension fund is unlikely. She tells him that it's been rumored that Shaw has $20 million lying around if he needs it in a hurry. Josh thinks he knows where it is, so with two other fired employees and an evicted tenant, they set out to get into Shaw's penthouse to get the money. But they realize they need the assistance of someone who knows how to steal, so Josh asks an old acquaintance named Slide who he knows is a thief to help them.Written by
The parade sequence was shot over the course of two weekends around Central Park West which was shut down for the film. See more »
When Agent Denham informs Shaw that he had violated his "parole" not only would he not have been on parole prior to conviction, but could never be on parole even if convicted since he was under investigation by the FBI, under the jurisdiction of the United States District Court and federal parole was abolished in the Sentencing Reform Act in 1987. If he were violating any terms of release, it would be of Supervised Release or Probation, that is if he had even been convicted of an offense. See more »
You know this was a bad idea, right?
That's it, I don't want you talking to me for the rest of the robbery!
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Written by Henry Fillmore
Performed by The Macy's Great American Marching Band
Courtesy of Macy's Parade and Entertainment Group
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I didn't expect too much from this movie after watching the trailer. Judging from the cast and the trailer I thought that it would be at the very least a little entertaining or just an okay movie. It is actually very entertaining and the performances from the entire cast are solid. I laughed a lot and more than I expected. It also has quite a few twists and turns which I wasn't expecting and which should keep you interested. The chemistry between Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy is very good too and they both provide a couple of very memorable scenes. If you are looking for something to pass the time this movie would be a very good choice.
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