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Blank Check (1994)

Blank Check (1994)

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An eleven-year-old boy cashes a criminal's check in the amount of $1 million and between close-calls with gangsters and the like, has a field-day spending the cash on lots of fun things.

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Cast

Brian Bonsall
as Preston Waters
Karen Duffy
as Shay Stanley
James Rebhorn
as Fred Waters
Jayne Atkinson
as Sandra Waters
Michael Faustino
as Ralph Waters
Chris Demetral
as Damian Waters
Tone Loc
as Juice
Michael Polk
as Yvonne's Assistant
Lu Leonard
as Udowitz
Mary Chris Wall
as Betty Jay
Bernie Engel
as Mr. Appleton
Dorothy Layne
as Mrs. Appleton
Angee Hughes
as Lady in Parking Lot
Mike Fairchild
as Police Officer in Bank
Terry Mross
as Truck Driver
Eric Glenn
as Truck Driver
Gil Glasgow
as Van Driver
Jason Tirado
as Delivery Guy
Randy Moore
as Maitre d'
Greg Dial
as Hired Guard at Party
Colom L. Keating
as Cop at Party
Steve Shearer
as Chaffeur at Party
Randy Stripling
as Party Guest
Starla Benford
as Party Guest
Lana Dieterich
as Party Guest
Rick Perkins
as Party Guest
Alfredo Huereca
as Party Guest
Coquina Dunn
as Party Guest
Turk Pipkin
as Magician
Richard Dillard
as 1st Guest
Diane Perella
as 2nd Guest
Joe Stevens
as 1st Neighbor
John Edson
as 2nd Neighbor
Amanda Baumgarten
as Girl at Amusement Park
Seth Corr
as Boy at Water Park
Roger Fields
as Bystander
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Critic Reviews for Blank Check

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (1)

One of the worst films to pass itself off as family entertainment features a flirtatious woman, a rich kid no one questions, and a brutal series of gags.

July 16, 2007
Film Threat

One of those smart-aleck kid adventures that manages to be entirely obnoxious with very little effort.

July 26, 2002
eFilmCritic.com

Audience Reviews for Blank Check

½

If you loved Home Alone, you'll still gonna hate Blank Check!

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

Super Reviewer

½

An incredibly bland Home Alone rip-off, courtesy of Disney.

Christopher Heim
Christopher Heim

Super Reviewer

Blanch Check is yet another one of those childhood films that you look back years later, and wonder, "how did I love this crap?" obviously as a kid, you think that it's a great film, and re-watching it as an adult, going through your childhood favorites, you think that the film will bring a sense of nostalgia. Unlike many other childhood films, looking back at Blank Check, the film hasn't stood the test of time as so many other childhood favorites. The film is poorly conceived and doesn't belong among other childhood classics. The film may appeal to a young audience of course, but this isn't a film that you can exactly call a "childhood favorite" as it really isn't a film that you'd find yourself rewatching again and again. Blank Check is a bad film that is poorly conceived with a bad plot and bad acting. Director Rupert Wainwright directs a pitiful film that isn't satisfying or fun. Unlike other childhood films which I enjoyed, and still enjoy as an adult, Blank Check is a film that really hasn't stood out among the rest. I didn't like the film back then, and most certainly don't like it now. The film is poorly directed, and thought it may have had a good idea for a plot. The way it turns out is bad. In the hands of a better director, Blank Check might have been a fun, entertaining film, and been a childhood classic. Unfortunately this is an awful film that doesn't do anything special to really entertain you. Avoid this film.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

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