Free Money ★★ 1999 (R)
Kinda dumb buddy comedy finds Bud (Sheen) and Larry (Church) stuck in North Dakota and forced to marry the twin daughters of local prison warden The Swede (Brando, overacting as usual). The two losers decide the best way to get away from their father-in-law's watchful eye is to rob a train loaded with cash. 94m/C VHS, DVD . Charlie Sheen, Marlon Brando, Donald Sutherland, Thomas Haden Church, Mira Sorvino, David Arquette; D: Yves Simoneau; W: Tony Peck, Joseph Brutsman; C: David Franco.
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