Quick Change

Quick Change

With the aid of his girlfriend, Phyllis Potter, and best friend, Loomis, Grimm enters a Manhattan bank dressed as a clown, creates a hostage situation and executes a flawless robbery. The only thing left for the trio to do is make their getaway out of the city and to the airport. It sounds simple enough, but it seems that fate deserts them immediately after the bank heist. One mishap after another conspires to keep these robbers from reaching freedom.

The story takes place on a film set in midtown Manhattan. It follows Grimm, dressed as a clown, robs a bank with a lot of money. He decides to slip away with his accomplices which can lead to an unexpected consequence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tim M (ag) wrote: A touching bromance about two lifelong friends. Gun day sounds fun. A day of guns, that's gotta be awesome! Well, it's pronounced goon day and it means outlaws. Outlaws starts well with two war orphans doing whatever they can to get food. It eventually gets into the masala requisite: love story and music videos. Colorful, well directed, great slow-mo, and too long. Chopra is gorgeous and dressed less conservatively than in most Bollywood films.C'mon guy, never leave witnesses, you should know that.

Leon B (gb) wrote: Review:This movie had a great concept which was badly executed by the director. If the storyline wasn't based on a true story, I would have said that it was far fetched because the director made it out to be a comedy more than a serious crime story. Basically the story is about a small time crook who lives with his girlfriend and they are finding it hard to make ends meet. After visiting the courtroom during Gotti's trial, Tommy hears that the mob don't like carrying guns so be comes up with the smart idea to rob them. Stupid but true! I couldn't believe that Tommy didn't wear a face mask or try and lay low so he didn't get caught. Anyway, the concept had all the makings for a great movie, but the actors that were playing the leads were a bad choice by the director. During one of the robberies, Tommy gets his hands on a list which contains all of the names and connections in the mob. That alone could have made a great movie but the director made a right mess of it. The only reason why I'm glad that I watched the movie was because I learnt about the list and the stupidity of this couple who should have moved miles away, after robbing so much money from the mob. Disappointing!Round-Up:It was good to see Andy Garcia back on the big screen, playing his usual mafia boss type role but he really was wasted in this movie. The guy who plays the main character, Michael Pitt, who looks very similar to Robert Pattinson, really wasn't the best choice for this role because he seemed like a over excited teenager who didn't have the brains or capability to pull of such a big job, time and time again. His annoying girlfriend also seemed a bit ditzy and annoying which is why I didn't real feel or care about the main characters. All the the characters who played the mob, were great but we have seen them play those type of roles before. Personally, I blame the director for not taking such a great concept seriously like Scorsese or Coppola would have.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $200,000I recommend this movie to people who are into their gangstar/comedies about a couple who rob the mob after hearing that they don't like carrying guns. 3/10

Jeri A (us) wrote: Funny! Love the mom role.

Joetaeb D (kr) wrote: How fun and satisfying it is to see Michael Caine even at the age of 77 at the time still kick ass, and the story and script adds a unexpected heightened sense of emotional substance to this vigilante thriller

Peter F (es) wrote: Two Lovers is a curious film with an intriguing premise and weighty acting, but it doesn't explore it's material as indepth as it could. The love triangle that the film presents is certainly done in a realistic manner, but it ends on a note that is a little too expected and convenient for my taste. Phoenix, however, gives another fascinating performance in his type-cast as a tortured lover, and we can all be thankful that this did not turn out to be his last film (as he had previously said it would).

Michael W (br) wrote: Still into sharks? Me too, I guess it is safe to go back in the water.

Melody M (fr) wrote: That's Mars. You just wished on a planet.

Chris S (ca) wrote: Caan's relentless snark matches perfectly with Bates' lunacy and their performances are what elevate this to a great film.

Matthew S (gb) wrote: This movie is awful, but interesting because you can see Bob Fosse finding his cinematic style. This is really Fosse's cinematic dress rehearsal. It should be noted that the use of color and movement is so hyper -- it makes for interesting viewing while stoned.

Jay S (it) wrote: Don't miss the Stevie Wonder performance, and also watch the closing credits which show Stevie again, playing bongos.