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Life of Crime
Genre: Crime / Comedy
Director(s): Daniel Schechter
Release Date: 29 August 2014
Movie rating: 5.8
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What is the movie Life of Crime about?
What happens when a wife of a rich man gets kidnapped and he refuses to pay the rent? And not only that he refuses to pay the rent to two common criminals, played by Yasiin Bey and John Hawkes, who wanted to get some important information from him, he also clearly shows that he does not want his wife back enough to do what they wanted. Well, you could easily get one very interesting version of an answer to this question, after watching a well known actress Jennifer Aniston as Mickey Dawson, the kidnapped wife, in an exciting adventure. Her rich husband who does not want her back enough to give away the inside information of his company, Frank Dawson, played by amazing Tim Robbins sets off a plot twist that came straight out of Elmore Leonard's mind. Who else could even think of twists and crosses like this? This American crime comedy was directed by Daniel Schechter and the whole storyline of this movie was based on Elmore's novel "The Switch". Apart from Jennifer and Frank, you can watch, Melanie Ralston, Louis Gara, Ordel Robbie and many more playing in this interesting film. Will this intriguing comedy make you laugh or make you wonder about your own decisions, it's up to you, but there is no doubt that it is an inspiring movie worth 94 minutes of your time.
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Clief @ 19-Jul-2014 20:06 Report a spam

Don't mean to be pedantic here but,'Never complain, never explain', is more reliably attributed to Benjamin Disraeli. He was not an American so maybe that's why he doesn't get credit. I can't imagine that evil bastard Kisienger ever had an original thought in his miserable existence.

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