Disorganized Crime (Special Edition) (Blu-ray)
Directed by Jim Kouf
From Jim Kouf, the writer of Stakeout, Up the Creek, Rush Hour and National Treasure comes this heist comedy about five crooks without a plan and two cops without a clue, starring Lou Diamond Phillips (The First Power), Ed O’Neill (TV’s Married with Children), Corbin Bernsen (Hello Again), Fred Gwynne (TV’s The Munsters), Hoyt Axton (Gremlins), Rubén Blades (Color of Night), Daniel Roebuck (River’s Edge) and William Russ (Wanted: Dead or Alive). A gang of not-so professional criminals have everything it takes to rob a bank -- except their leader, their getaway car and an actual plan. On their tail are two cops, who are actually dumber than the criminals. By the time the gang hits the bank vault, it's a safe bet there's going to be organized insanity -- and disorganized crime. This hilarious hit delivers an arresting combination of action, suspense and comedy. Written and directed by Jim Kouf (Miracles).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Writer/Director Jim Kouf and Producer Lynn Kouf
Interview with actor Daniel Roebuck
Original Theatrical Trailer
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