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Life of Crime (2014)

Here is a film that may not be a great long con but I enjoyed it nonetheless and with a stellar cast pulling their weight alongside an excellent score, you cannot deny that this film has most of the requirements for a watchable and interesting enough kidnapping story.  773 more words

Film

AUSTIN POWERS: THE SPY WHO SHAGGED ME (1999)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 35 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Sexual Innuendo and Crude Humor

Directed by: Jay Roach

Written by: Mike Myers & Michael McCullers… 677 more words

Comedy

"Life Of Crime" Showcases A Jennifer Aniston Not Seen Before On The Big Screen

DETROIT (WWJ) – “Get Shorty,” and “Jackie Brown” are two Elmore Leonard novels that already have been turned into successful feature films. And this weekend, writer/director Daniel Schechter brings another of Leonard’s novels to the big screen. 812 more words

News

Life Of Crime Giveaway!

Life of Crime, the new caper comedy from legendary author Elmore Leonard starring Jennifer Aniston, Tim Robbins, Will Forte and Isla Fisher is coming to theaters, on demand and iTunes August 29th! 305 more words

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Jennifer Aniston is '70s chic in new 'Crime' clips

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Two new clips for the dark comedy Life of Crime have been released and they showcase Jennifer Aniston resplendent in ’70s style.

The film, featuring an all-star cast including Will Forte, centers on the kidnapping of Mickey Dawson (Aniston), the wife of a corrupt real estate agent (Tim Robbins) who seemingly has no interest in paying her ransom. 89 more words

Celebrities

Win A Fandango Gift Card And See The Movie Life Of Crime

Time for another contest on Geek Alabama, and if you like movies, and want a gift card to see some movies, then this contest is for you!   518 more words

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232 - Life of Crime (2013)

As we’ve recently seen, adaptations can be a tricky proposition. One author whose work tends to hold up well to the transfer from page to screen, however, is the late Elmore Leonard. 684 more words

Film