The Real McCoy (1993)

The Real McCoy (1993)

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Kim Basinger plays a burglar ex-con who's just been released from a 10-year stint and intends to go straight, when a big-time Atlanta crime boss kidnaps her six-year-old son and forces her to pull one last heist. She concocts an elaborate bank job but goes one step further and outwits both the bank and the mobster.
Rating:
PG-13
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By:
In Theaters:
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On DVD:
Runtime:
Studio:
Universal Pictures

Cast

Val Kilmer
as J.T.
Kim Basinger
as Karen McCoy
Terence Stamp
as Schmidt
Nick Searcy
as Roy Sweeney
David Hart
as Businessman
Alex Van
as Radly
Rebecca Koon
as Beautician
Afemo Omilami
as Cab Dispatcher
Henry Stram
as Cashier
Deborah Hobart
as Cheryl Sweeney
Rebecca Wackler
as Personnel Woman
David Dwyer
as Guard
Stephanie Astalos-Jones
as Woman at Laundry
Edith Ivey
as Neighbor
Megan Hughes
as Schmidt's Girlfriend
Andy Stahl
as Mr. Kroll
Larry Black
as Parole Officer
Zach English
as Patrick
Joe Washington
as Newscaster
Saundra Franks
as Waitress
Tom Even
as Salesperson
Stephanie Astalos Jones
as Woman at Laundry
Eric Ware
as Bank Guard
Jack Wilkes
as Accountant
Claude File
as Prison Guard
Al Hamacher
as Mr. Katanich
Robert Glover
as Prison Guard
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Critic Reviews for The Real McCoy

All Critics (15) | Top Critics (3)

Basinger's still got it!

March 9, 2005
Moviehole

A good heist, but otherwise a dull drama

August 14, 2003
About.com

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October 7, 2005
International Press Academy

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August 11, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

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February 25, 2005
Aisle Seat

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December 17, 2004
IGN Movies

Audience Reviews for The Real McCoy

kind of touching in a corny way. this movie took itself too seriously, but kim and val do the best they can.

jwasu rtesa
jwasu rtesa
½

as far as acting goes, you won't see anything spectacular in this. it is an entertaining action movie though. there are some slower spots but it's nothing drastic. i liked Kim Basinger in this; she was a very strong female lead. the ending was a bit outrageous, if not completely unbelievable, but it creates a happy ending. it's entertaining.

K Gronvolds
K Gronvolds

** (out of four) Kim Basinger is in over her head in this drama about a woman who has just spent six years in prison on burglary charges, She finds life hard on the outside and soon drifts back towards a life of crime.

Steve Smith
Steve Smith

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