Bank Robber (film)
|Directed by||Nick Mead|
|Produced by||Lila Cazès|
|Written by||Nick Mead|
|Music by||Stewart Copeland|
|Editing by||Maysie Hoy
Richard E. Westover
|Distributed by||I.R.S. Releasing Corporation|
|Release dates||3 December 1993 (USA)|
|Running time||91 min.|
|Box office||$115,842 (USA)|
Bank Robber is a 1993 film written and directed by Nick Mead in his directorial debut.
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Billy (Dempsey), is a well dressed bank robber who decides to do one last heist so he can sail off to a tropical island with his girlfriend, Selina (d'Abo). On his last robbery, he forgets to destroy a surveillance camera. He then must hide out in the Heartbreak Hotel until he can get out of trouble.
|Judge Reinhold||Officer Gross|
|Forest Whitaker||Officer Battle|
|Mariska Hargitay||Marisa Benoit|
|“||The humor is both too oblique and too mild-mannered for the movie to cohere as a modern comic fable. It amounts to little more than a series of loosely connected tangents that come to an abrupt and unsatisfying conclusion.||”|
- Holden, Stephen (10 December 1993). "Original New York Times review". Movies.nytimes.com. Retrieved 2010-10-18.
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