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Made (2001)

Cast: Vince Vaughn, Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau, more...
Director: Jon Favreau, Jon Favreau
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Rating:
Studio: Live/Artisan
Genre: Comedies
Running Time: 94 min.
Subtitles: Spanish
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Synopsis
In this reunion of Swingers co-stars Jon Favreau (making his feature directorial debut) and Vince Vaughn, the two star in a new Mob comedy set in the underbelly of New York City. Favreau plays Bobby, an aspiring boxer who has a lackluster record but refuses to give up his lifelong dream. Ricky (Vaughn) is a loose cannon hanger-on who dreams of breaking into the mob. When Bobby begins to get close to old-time Mob boss Max (Peter Falk), Ricky believes it is a way into organized crime. Max is more interested in Bobby carrying out orders, but he allows the two to perform a job In New York under the supervision of a smooth crime lord (music mogul Sean Combs). Ricky then is powered by the idea that he and Bobby are bigwigs in their new community of acquaintances and begins to assume the role of a high roller -- at the expense of his friend. Made, also written by Favreau, also features Sopranos regular Vincent Pastore, Famke Janssen, and Faizon Love in supporting roles. ~ Jason Clark, All Movie Guide

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Irritating and not particularly funny by MMattoon April 12, 2003 - 9:53 PM PDT
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I really wanted to enjoy this movie. I thought Swingers was clever (maybe not quite the amazing, breakthrough movie that everyone else seemed to think, but witty nonetheless) and Jon Favreau is a likable guy. I always catch Dinner For Five on Mondays. Too bad Vince Vaughn's character had to be so incredibly and unredeemingly stupid. He reminded me of the horribly unsympathetic character Brad Pitt played in The Mexican. You can't laugh at someone when you can't even stand to listen to them whine. Not recommended.




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