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|Disorganized Crime |
Actors: Lou Diamond Philips, Corbin Bernsen, Fred Gwynne, William Russ, Rubén Blades
Director: Jim Kouf
Lou Diamond Phillips (COURAGE UNDER FIRE) and Fred Gwynne (PET SEMATARY, MY COUSIN VINNY) team up with a gang of professional criminals who have everything it takes to rob a bank -- except their boss, Corbin Bernsen (MAJOR... more »
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Robert B. (rbrown) from STARKVILLE, MS
Reviewed on 3/6/2016...
Better than it has any right to be, DISORGANIZED CRIME tells of Frank Salazar (Corbin Bernsen), a thief who plans to rob a bank in a tiny Montana town. He sends letters to four guys who come to the town to help him rob the bank; unfortunately, he gets arrested before he can meet them to tell them the plans. Once they get to town, the film essentially splits into two narratives, one detailing the plans the gang makes without him, and the other telling how Frank escapes from the cops who were accompanying him back to New Jersey and tries to meet up with the gang. Along the way, there are some funny bits; the funniest involve Ed O’Neill’s frustrated cursing and Ruben Blades’s reactions to just about everything. The film is a trifle overlong, and it’s pretty clear that writer/director Jim Kouf had absolutely no idea how to end the film, but, overall, it’s a surprisingly good watch.
Michel D. (michelann) from WALNUT GROVE, MO
Reviewed on 10/24/2015...
With a cast filled by faces so familiar how can you go wrong? This hilarious movie is so much fun with constant and non-stop action it is well worth watching again and again. Bumbling fools comes to mind yet these guys are serious about a bank cache of something like half a million bucks in their future. Corbin Bernsen (LA Law) is a one man show as he eludes the clumsy efforts of two New Jersey cops. Watch for (Ed Neil from Married With Children) lose not only his gun but his pants too! As an extra is the magnificent Montana countryside filmed as a backdrop (and excellent on the blu-ray especially!).
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