There Goes The Neighborhood

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Released 1992

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Director:
Bill Phillips
Released:
1992
Rating:
PG-13

There Goes The Neighborhood, also known as Paydirt, is a 1992 comedy directed by Bill Phillips. Willis Embry (Jeff Daniels), a New Jersey jail psychologist, is surprised when one of his dying patients tells him the location of over eight million dollars worth of stolen mafia money. Lyle Corrente (Chazz Palminteri), a prisoner in the next cell, overhears the address where the stolen cash can be found, but he writes down the wrong house number. Joined by his fellow cons Marvin Boyd (Harris Yulin) and Handsome Harry (Jonathan Banks), Lyle breaks out of jail to go find the loot. While they take hostage the unsuspecting family of 7320 Pleasant Street, Willis heads to a home next door that is owned by beautiful Jessie Lodge (Catherine O'Hara) to dig for the treasure buried under the basement. There Goes The Neighborhood is a delightful comedy of errors that is filled with plenty of gags, disguises, and laugh-out-loud moments.

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