A drama that follows three adults during a single day in Los Angeles, one filled with sex, drugs, and indecision.
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Daniel R (de) wrote: The plot is so bland, almost like if they were ran out of ideas and just started writing, good for kids with family though
Lily R (it) wrote: If hell (excuse my language) WAS A THEATER this would be the only thing screening.
li b (gb) wrote: I thought the acting, particularly the two young stars, was excellent. The two dads were both interesting characters as well. Paddy Considine was disturbing, as tends to be the case. The plotline was not without flaws but I bumped my rating from 3 to 3.5 for originality.
Peter W (nl) wrote: Some good early 90's special effects Gore silliness from Australia. Check it out for copious amounts of bodies melting and some pretty hilarious depictions of outback inbreeds.
Edward C (jp) wrote: A company looking to dissuade employees from joining a union need only show them this film.
Zach A (it) wrote: I quite enjoyed this old movie from the 60's. I have been meaning to check it out for a long time as it has been referenced and made fun of in many movies.
Terri H (nl) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Keith N (de) wrote: When a friend of mine invited me over to watch Larceny, Inc., I wasn't expecting much. A crime drama with Edward G. Robinson seemed pretty straight forward. I was pleasantly surprised to find this Classic to be one of the best films, I've seen and not a drama but a comedy. Three thieves, two just out of Sing-Sing decide to break into a bank buy tunneling in to the vault from the basement of their leather goods store. Not the most complex thing to do in concept but once the leather goods business takes off the thieves have some decisions to make.Larceny, Inc. is a very well crafted script that was expertly directed. The performances delivered by the cast are a riot to watch. The timing and delivery of the lines are a credit to the Lloyd Bacon's direction. I've never seen Robinson do a comedy before and was impressed by his performance. Jackie Gleason also has a small cameo as a soda jerk and made the most of what could have been just a small part.
Armando P (ca) wrote: This movie wants you to feel dirty, and it does.
Alex K (de) wrote: Brilliant sports drama