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Forget About It

Forget About It ★★ 2006 (PG-13)

In a trailer park outside Phoenix, retired war vets Sam (Reynolds), Carl (Loggia), and Eddie (Durning) genially vie for the attention of sexy neighbor Christine (Welch) while enjoying their golden years. Then wiseguy Angelo Nitti (Paloma) is relocated as part of the Witness Protection Program without admitting that he's stolen four million bucks from his cohorts. When the trio find the cash and begin to live it up, they also find themselves pursued by the mob and the feds. 85m/C DVD . Burt Reynolds, Raquel Welch, Robert Loggia, Charles Durning, Richard Grieco, Tim Thomerson, Phyllis Diller, Joanna Pacula, Michael Paloma; D: B.J. Davis; W: Julia Davis; C: Mark Trengove.

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