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This is a alright movie, a lot of people gave it a bad review. Kind of cute, kind of funny lacks a bit. A bunch of old "gansters" get together later in life and relive the good old days. I recorded it on a blank type for my bf who loves this movie and watches it a lot. The tape broke and I re bought him it on Amazon on d.v.d. for like under $10.00 so if looking to buy you can get it there cheap, not my fave movie but I'll go in and out watching it.
11/5/2016: Very disappointing considering the wonderful cast. The storyline wasn't too bad, but this comedy wasn't really funny at all.
Harmless fun, even if it's a bit stale and pedestrian. It's the great cast and their chemistry that make it worth viewing once.
***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Fine cast,$hitty movie.
Funny flick I enjoyed, as opposed to too many downers that they make now that critics go crazy about. Great cast.
My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
Enjoyable, harmless fun.
Funny, funny movie. Better than "Space Cowboys".
"Goodfellas" meet "Cocoon." The premise of old timers finding a second life though a life of crime is not new ("Tough Guys" or "The Sunshine Boys" to name a couple of good ones), and is a premise that is ripe for comedy, drama and action. Unfortunately a terrific cast (Burt Reynolds, Richard Dreyfuss, Dan Hedaya, Seymour Cassel, Jennifer Tilly, Lainie Kazan and Carrie-Anne Moss) are wasted in a script that is the real culprit for this dull predictable comedy.