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Stealing Cars (2015)

R | | Drama | 5 April 2016 (USA)
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A rebellious teenager navigates his way through the juvenile court system.

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Bradley Kaplan
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Emory Cohen ... Billy Wyatt
John Leguizamo ... Montgomery De La Cruz
Paul Sparks ... Conrad Sean Lewis
Heather Lind ... Nurse Tina Simms
Mike Epps ... Sheriff Emmit Till
Al Calderon ... Nathan Stein
Jeff Lima ... Carlos Fuentes
Leopold Manswell ... Jerome Timmons 'J.T.' Dye
Felicity Huffman ... Kimberly Wyatt
William H. Macy ... Philip Wyatt
Grace Van Patten ... Maggie Wyatt
Deema Aitken ... Earl
Tariq Trotter ... Lionel McWorthers
Chance Kelly ... Coach Jimmy Carmichael
David H. Holmes ... Ollie
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A rebellious teenager navigates his way through the juvenile court system.

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Being Wild Got Him In. Being a Hero Got Him Out.

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Drama

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Rated R for language including some sexual references, and brief drug use | See all certifications »

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Altough they don't share any scenes together in the movie, William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman are a well-known couple in real life. They're portraying the protagonist's parents in this film. See more »

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Genius is outlaw on planet Earth
21 May 2016 | by transopticalSee all my reviews

The cinematography is a bit uninspired. However, it's nice to see heroism attached to intelligence rather than revenge for a change. How many films tackle the subject of human genius up against a world of mediocrity? How many films attempt to describe the need for and the requirements for- leadership? Basically humanity is obviously too stupid to solve its problems. That's why they are still with us after 10,000 years. Evidently we are slow learners. Part of the reason for this is that we have damned few cultural/media heroes who possess actual genius. And part of the reason for that state of affairs is Hollywood's reluctance to portray genius as desirable, effective or even romantic. The Dogme 95 film movement created a new standard of honesty in cinema. We now desperately need a film movement that wittingly makes us smarter...a Didactic Cinema. The need is certainly there.


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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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