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Has enough in the way of sentiment and goofy situational predicaments to put it over as a serviceable family holiday attraction.
Even the weather seems tailored to the script's shifting needs.
Cage looks cold most of the time, and has retractable stubble. The rest of the cast look like they're waiting for summer.
It's a minor holiday miracle that this homey comedy barely elicits even a chuckle.
The question is, can a trio of amiable goofballs take you through a movie that's, well, not so great?
Considering that there isn't a single laugh in the whole picture, the term 'comedy' must be used loosely.
This silly action comedy mixes brilliant production design -- it looks like a Norman Rockwell painting come to life -- and cloying sentimentality to no good effect.
Harmless and totally familiar, it's better than static and informercials, but that's about the sum of it.
Horrible. Terrible. Unfunny.
A funny little movie
Undoubtedly, this is a movie only a Scrooge could love.
None of this is funny.
A bit fun and really dumb.
Mr Cage seem to be the keeper of a specific knowledge to play "innocent guy" in a Movie even as a gangster. lol. Very Funny Movie.
Three brothers (Nicolas Cage, Jon Lovitz, Dana Carvey) with a streak of lawbreaking in them head to a small town in Pennsylvania called Paradise, intending to rob a ripe bank there. But the people in the community turn out to be so nice that the thought of ripping them off proves difficult to imagine.
A fun and funny movie. Great cast. Definitely not a serious type movie. Watch this just for a laugh and nothing more.
Likeable comedy crime caper full of the usual stereotypes, but it did make me laugh.
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