Life of Crime (2014) Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Jennifer Aniston, Yasiin Bey, Isla Fisher, Will Forte

cast:

Jennifer Aniston, Yasiin Bey, Isla Fisher, Will Forte, Tim Robbins, John Hawkes, Mark Boone Jr., Clea Lewis, Charlie Tahan

Life of Crime (2014) Hollywood Movie Posterdirection:

Daniel Schechter

story:

Elmore Leonard (novel "The Switch")

screenplay:

Daniel Schechter

dialogue:

cinematography:

Eric Alan Edwards

music:

The Newton Brothers

produced by:

Ashok Amritraj, Elizabeth Destro, Michael Siegel, Lee Stollman, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Jordan Kessler

language:

weird aggregate rating Life of Crime 6.0/10English

genre:

Comedy, Crime, Drama

release date:

5-September-2014 (India)
run time:
99 minutes


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  •  Times of India -Reagan Gavin Rasquinha Rating-6
Frank Dawson (Robbins) is a real estate big shot who accumulated his wealth by some questionable means. Nonetheless, he has pretty much everything in life including the trophy wife Mickey (Aniston) who is also, as mentioned earlier, a flighty socialite.

  •  Book My Show -Navin Noronha Rating-5
Set in 1978 Detroit, Life of Crime is a Crime-Comedy, which tells the story of a kidnapping gone haywire. Frank Dawson played by Tim Robbins, is a corrupt real-estate developer, who shares a troubled relationship with his wife Mickey (Jennifer Aniston). Frank has a separate bank account

  •  Indian Express -Shalini Langer Rating-7
Based on Elmore Leonard’s novel The Switch, it involves two small-time crooks, Louis (Hawkes) and Ordell (Def), and a woman, Mickey (Aniston), they kidnap hoping to make money off her rich, philanderer and not-so-above-board husband (Frank, played by Robbins). Only the husband,

  •  DNA -Bryan Durham Rating-5
Set sometime in the 70s, Life Of crime, has Ordell Robbie (Bey, the artist formerly known as Mos Def) and Louis Gara (Hawkes) set a kidnapping plan in motion that is expected to get them richer by at least $1million. It would've worked as well, if the rich husband Frank Dawson (Robbins)

  •  The Navhind Times -Sachin Chatte Rating-7
Based on a book by the well-known American writer Elmore Leonard (he also wrote Get Shorty and Rum Punch which was made into Jackie Brown by Tarantino) who passed away last year, Life of Crime is a pleasantly surprising little gem of a film. It’s a comic crime caper in the Coen

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