Double Whammy (film)
|Directed by||Tom DiCillo|
|Written by||Tom DiCillo|
Sally Jessy Raphael
|Distributed by||Lions Gate Entertainment|
|Release dates||January 20, 2001|
|Running time||93 min|
Ray Pluto has horrid memories of watching his wife and child die in a traffic accident. He's also a cop who's the laughingstock of New York City because his back went out while trying to stop a mass murderer — who was then shot by a child. For his back, he gets help from a chiropractor. Meanwhile, a teenager hires thugs to kill her father, who's the super in Ray's apartment building. In the same building, two young men are writing a movie script. Ray tries to get past his grief to solve the assault on the super and also return the affections of the chiropractor.
- Mankiewicz, John. "Straight to Video." New Yorker. February 10, 2003.
- Double Whammy at the Internet Movie Database
- Double Whammy at allmovie
- Double Whammy at Rotten Tomatoes
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