Comedy | Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller
To trust can be murder.
This one is 20 years old and I had never seen it. With a cast like it has and the subject matter being something I can relate to, I don’t know why I took so long. What I liked most about this film was that after those 20 years, I found I never had to criticize any foul misuse of technology like I see in films today. There’s not of the stupid ass contraptions that can take a 50x50px resolution image and enhance it so they can see a mole on a flea’s ass from friggin’ space. They never got too technical, and when they did, it wasn’t preposterous. In other words, it aged quite well and, if you can get past the early-90s attire and environment, is very enjoyable after two decades.
I’m extremely surprised to find this one is not available on Blu-Ray yet. There is still a HD-DVD available, but c’mon, someone get their ass in gear and get this on a BD. Anyway, I’m pretty sure you can stream it on Netflix, or queue it up for a rental. It’s a good watch.