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Scorched ★★ 2002 (PG-13)

Tepid crime caper finds three disgruntled bank tellers—unbeknownst to each other—deciding to rob their bank branch on the same day. Sheila has just been dumped by bank manager/longtime boyfriend Rick (Leonard) and wants to rob the ATM so he'll lose his job. Milquetoast desertdwelling Jason (Harrelson) decides to steal the contents of the safety deposit box of evil millionaire Mr. Merchant (Cleese), who's caused him grief. And Stuart (Costanzo) has a Vegas getrichquick scheme that he decides to finance by taking the bank's ready cash. 94m/C DVD . Alicia Silverstone, Woody Harrelson, John Cleese, Paulo Costanzo, Joshua Leonard, Rachael Leigh Cook, David Krumholtz; D: Gavin Grazer; W: Joe Wein; C: Bruce Douglas Johnson; M: John (Gianni) Frizzell.

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