Diamonds

1999, Comedy, 1h 31m

35 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Kirk Douglas' flinty performance fails to overshadow an otherwise dull and cliche-ridden affair. Read critic reviews

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Harry Agensky (Kirk Douglas), an elderly, retired boxing champion, is recovering from a recent stroke that has left him with a speech disability. Lance (Dan Aykroyd), Harry's son, resents his father for never being there for him during childhood. But when Harry reveals that after throwing a fight he hid his payment of diamonds in Las Vegas, Harry, Lance and Lance's teenage son, Michael (Corbin Allred), attempt to recover the fortune, mending old wounds in the process.

Cast & Crew

Rainer Bienger
Co-Executive Producer
Gerald Green
Executive Producer
Joel Goldsmith
Original Music
Paul Elliott
Cinematographer
Vance Lorenzini
Production Designer
Vicki Sanchez
Costume Designer
Wayne Massarelli
Makeup Artist
Chris Rush
Production Manager
Richard L. Fox
First Assistant Director
Benjamin Schneider
Second Assistant Director
Lisa Hannan
Sound Effects Editor
Markus Innocenti
Supervising Sound Editor
Paul N.J. Ottosson
Sound Effects Editor
Kelly Rush
Sound Mixer
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