We're No Angels

We're No Angels

DVD - 2004
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Two escaped convicts' only prayer is to pass themselves off as clergymen. As men of the cloth, they are able to pass right through a police blockade at the border and into the safety of Canada.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount, [2004], c1989
ISBN: 9780792198468
Branch Call Number: DVD WER
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 106 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Feb 25, 2018

Duh! - If you can just imagine Robert De Niro and Sean Penn (with matching hairdos, no less) being totally confined to have to work with a lame script and having to ultimately play a couple of really lunk-headed convicts on the run, then I think you get a fairly clear picture of what this film's got to offer when it comes to entertainment value.

Set in the 1930s - Ned and Jim (2 of the most idiotic convicts you're ever gonna meet) inadvertently get the chance to escape from prison, and then find that once on the outside their only saving grace is to pose as priests visiting a monastery near the Canadian border.

De Niro, who also served as Executive Producer for this goofy misfire, mugs his way through the story like you've never seen him mug before.

We're No Angels also stars Demi Moore, who plays Molly, a piece of white-trash with a heart of gold (natch), who helps our 2 dimwits out of a fix and also provides the sappy love-interest for convict Jim.

Personally, I think that there should be some kinda law protecting viewers from comedy as bad as this one. Yeah. It really is a bloody crime wasting one's time watching junk as moronic as this piece of pure movie-rubbish.


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