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Body Count 1997

Body Count ★★ 1997 (R)

Fiorenti-no and Caruso are reteamed (after “Jade”) in a crime saga about a heist gone bad. There is no honor among thieves as driver Hobbs (Caruso) learns when he plans a job with some unreliable associates at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and things go very wrong. The gang decide to drive to Miami in order to sell their ill-gotten gains, squabbling all the way. Then mystery woman Natalie (Fior-entino) comes aboard, to cause more friction between the gun-happy boys. 84m/C VHS, DVD . David Caruso, Linda Fiorentino, John Leguizamo, Ving Rhames, Donnie Wahlberg, Forest Whitaker; D: Robert Patton-Spruill; W: Theodore Witcher; C: Charles Mills; M: Curt Sobel. VIDEO

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