Robbing a New York City bank is considerably easier for a loony trio of criminals than getting out of the city. Typically funny Murray vehicle, with great support!
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Quick Change -- Three thieves successfully rob a New York City bank, but making the escape from the city proves to be almost impossible.
Quick Change -- Academy Award-nominee Bill Murray ('Lost in Translation') makes his directorial debut and stars in the hilarious story about a New York City planner who turns into a master criminal.
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Strange Fruit explores the tribulations of William Boyals, a successful New York lawyer and gay African-American who comes home to the life from which he escaped to investigate the lynching of his also-gay childhood friend, Kelvin. Amidst the sultry beauty of the bayou, William is forced to wade through a bog of conspiracy involving an insidious network of local law and a dangerously entrenched subculture.
Academy Award-nominee Bill Murray ("The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou," "Lost in Translation") makes his directorial debut and stars in the hilarious story about a New York City planner who turns into a master criminal. Frustrated with corrupt city life, he and his accomplices -- girlfriend (Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Geena Davis -- TV's "Commander in Chief," "Thelma & Louise") and dim-witted friend (Academy Award and Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Randy Quaid -- "Brokeback Mountain," "Home on the Range") -- stage the "perfect" bank robbery and then head for the airport to make their escape only to discover that it's easier to rob a bank than to get out of the city. Co-starring Academy Award and Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Jason Robards ("Magnolia," "Enemy of the State"), Emmy-winner Phil Hartman ("Saturday Night Live," "Jingle All the Way") and Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Tony Shalhoub (TV's "Monk," "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over").
Academy Award-nominee Bill Murray ("Lost in Translation") makes his directorial debut and stars in the hilarious story about a New York City planner who turns into a master criminal.
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