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Don't know what people are talking about. This movie was awesome! Sure it's a little slow;most movies are! Had a pretty good plot and a wonderful twist that most people wouldn't see coming! Sure it might have been slightly low budget or something. But a hidden gem more or less. I highly recommend it.
This was an overall entertaining movie, but as others here said, pretty formulaic. Just enough to keep me from napping on a lazy Saturday. Lithgow's performance was a 4.5, the others were probably a 3, enjoy!
A fairly average and formulaic heist film, Love, Cheat & Steal doesn't have any originality to it, but it still manages to deliver some entertaining thrills. When Reno learns of his wife's remarriage to a prominent banker he breaks out of prison to get his revenge, and to pull off one last score. The cast is rather interesting, and includes John Lithgow, Madchen Amick, and Eric Roberts. The performances are stereotypical, but it sort of works for the story that's being told. And, there are a few twists and turns that add some suspense to the film. Love, Cheat & Steal is a by the numbers film, but that's not all bad.
Reeks the foul stench of made for cable. The cliche of it all is enough to make bile rise.