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It's a good film to watch during your lunch. Predictable but the performance of Robert De Niro & Bill Murray attract you to film until the end.
Reviewed it years ago for the college newspaper and hated it. I remembered the pull quote I made for it: "they were mad to think this dog of a movie would receive any glory".
Very underrated movie - great unexpected performances from both DeNiro and Murray!
One of the movies where you want sequels and backstories of the amazing characters
Predictably formulated. Some benchmark names in a mess with Bill Murray playing a NYC Tough Guy that simply doesn't work.
Enjoyable movie. Robert De Niro role is fun to watch as he plays a shy and modest policeman. It's nice to see the pre-Pulp Fiction Uma Thurman. And Bill Murray is funny as always. Overall, above average film with great cast.
DeNiro when he still had IT. Bill Murray as a manipulative, backstabbing, but very personable hood! And Uma Thurman as the woman between them. Thoroughly enjoyed this, this trip down memory lane, when movies were movies.
This movie was playing in theaters at the same time as Groundhog Day, both featuring Bill Murray. I saw them back to back on the same afternoon in 1993 at a multiplex theater in Tenleytown, Washington, DC.
I remember being very disappointed with this film. Part of that, though, was that we saw Groundhog Day first, and it would have been very difficult not to be let down by anything after that.
I recently saw Groundhog Day again, which made me think once more about this film. I wondered if it might be worth giving it a second chance. My local library had a copy of it, so I checked it out and watched it last night. It's a reasonably decent film, I've decided, and I enjoyed watching it. But it's definitely not a must-see.
Cop falls in love with a gangsters girlfriend in this uneven and uninteresting comedy.
DeNiro can play a complete wimp and Murray can play a heavy--who knew?