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The Hollywood Sign (2002)





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Three loveable ex-Hollywood actors -- Tom (Tom Berenger), Kage (Burt Reynolds), and Floyd (Rod Steiger) -- decide to use their fading talents to con a mobster (Al Sapienza) out of seven million dollars when they find his latest victim dead under the Hollywood sign. Disguised as detectives, the trio confronts the violent mobsters in their zillion-dollar Los Angeles mansion, but the game goes from whimsical to dangerous when the gangsters discover what's happening.more
Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Leon de Winter
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 17, 2002
LionsGate Entertainment


Tom Berenger
as Tom Greener
Jacqueline Kim
as Paula Carver
Rod Steiger
as Floyd Benson
Burt Reynolds
as Kage Mulligan
David Proval
as Charlie
Kay E. Kuter
as Robbie Kant
Rafael Mauro
as Lenny Lena
Roz Witt
as Deli Waitress
Adria Tennor
as Kant's Receptionist
Amy Leland
as Hostess
Mark Phinney
as First AD
Jeff Gardner
as Camera Assistant
Andy Milder
as Studio Exec.
Gregory Phelan
as Studio Exec.
Larry Wrentz
as Second AD
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All Critics (3)

A likable comedy about three Hollywood has-beens desperate to engineer a comeback even if it kills them. Berenger, Reynolds and Steiger make a lovable trio.

October 15, 2005
Fantastica Daily

Circuitous and unlikely

Full Review… | September 8, 2002

July 24, 2005

Audience Reviews for The Hollywood Sign


The plot is an interesting idea, too bad the filmmakers didn't make better use of a good idea. The cast is fine - good stars. But it is downright boring at times. When you are happy to see the credits, that is probably not a good sign for the film...

James Higgins

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