Knockaround Guys

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Released 2002

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Director:
Brian Koppelman , David Levien
Released:
2002
Rating:
R

Knockaround Guys is the 2001 cult comedy crime drama co-directors/writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien. A young Matty (Barry Pepper, Saving Private Ryan, 25th Hour, True Grit) is handed a gun by his uncle Teddy (John Malkovich, Being John Malkovich, Con Air, In the Line of Fire) and told to finish off the man who ratted his father (Dennis Hopper, Easy Rider, Speed, Super Mario Brothers) out. When their victim begs, Teddy sadistically cuts out his tongue (a la Reservoir Dogs). A brash young pilot friend of Matty's is carrying a bag full of dirty money and runs into the cops (more inferences to Reservoir Dogs). The bag he stashes ends up misplaced and the four tough guys wind up in a remote hick town where the corrupt sheriff plots to kill them and keep the money for himself. Matty calls up his mobster father and soon Mafia reinforcements arrive ready to decimate the town.

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