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Disgruntled Reese moves out of the house and into a studio apartment, where he does very well on his own, much to his parents' chagrin. Elsewhere, disdainful Malcolm faces a crisis of conscience over his tutelage of a slow-witted jock.
Well-made but derivative crime drama about a cocky grifter (Edward Burns) trying to make amends after accidentally ripping off a powerful L.A. underworld boss (Dustin Hoffman). Directed by James Foley. Screenplay by Doug Jung.
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