Three Fugitives (1989)
Another of Disney's Touchstone Pictures rehashes of a lightweight French farce, Three Fugitives goes the trend one better by importing French director Frances Veber to supervise a shot-for-shot remake of his French original Les Fugitifs. Nick Nolte stars as a bank robber named Lucas, recently released from prison, who ambles into a bank to open up a checking account. Into the bank enters the inept Ned (Martin Short), who tries to rob the place and takes Lucas hostage. The police, knowing Lucas's criminal history, assume Lucas and Ned are pulling the heist together. With no choice in the matter, Lucas is compelled to engineer their getaway. Complicating the situation further is Ned's six-year-old daughter Meg (Sarah Rowland Doroff), who has been mute since the death of her mother. With his bank account depleted, Ned has robbed the bank to get money to send Meg to a special school. Meg loves her father, but finds herself drawn to the gruff Lucas. As the three go on the lam from the cops, the trio of misfits bond as a makeshift family. … More
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Critic Reviews for Three Fugitives
Sweet, Silly and Satisfying..
Audience Reviews for Three Fugitives
The style of Francis Veber is nice, could be better and Nolte again, does the 'rude bad guy' but still Martin Short make Three Fugitives an entertaining and sweet film.More
Martin Short is brilliant. Nick Nolte just beats him up a lot in this film, you can almost feel his pain. The little girl is also weird. Watch it for Martin Short, unless you don't like Martin Short, then you shouldn't watch it.More
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