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Money For Nothing [Blu-ray]

3.9 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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Screen favorite John Cusack (THE GRIFTERS, SAY ANYTHING, 2012) stars in the hilarious comedy for everyone who's ever dreamt of instant millions! After finding a bagful of unmarked $100 bills, unemployed dockworker Joey Coyle had a million reasons to give the money back, but he couldn't think of one! And when he decides to keep it, oh what a price he pays! The lucky discovery launches a buying spree and a series of uproarious events leading to Joey's outrageous attempt at sneaking out of the country past the media, the mob, and the cops. If you're looking for a comedy packed with priceless laughs, pick up MONEY FOR NOTHING!

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  • Actors: John Cusack, Debi Mazar, Michael Madsen
  • Directors: Ramon Menendez
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2011
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004RA7YTO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,978 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By A Customer on December 18, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
This film is based on a true story, where a blue-collar working man finds a bag of money that literally fell off an armored truck. The pandemonium and hilarity that follows is beautifully presented by John Cusack, definitely one of the best actors of our time. I've been following Cusack's films from Class in the 1980s through today, and I have not once been disappointed by his performance. He is in top form here, making the viewer wish that they both were and weren't in his shoes. Benicio del Toro is hilarious as a swindler, and Debi Mazar is pretty good as Cusack's on-again, off-again love interest. Gandolfini of HBO's The Sopranos also costars, and is fantastic as usual. If you like any of the actors mentioned, or just want to see a good film about a real event that seems unbelievable, get your hands on this one!
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I couldn't tell if this was a comedy or not to be honest. I am a big John Cusack film ( loved him since The Sure Thing ). This movie is okay, but a lot of things are missing. The plot is jumbled. John Cusack does good with his acting but the supporting characters are bland, one-sided and boring. Debi Mazar is too annoying for words ( the way she talks bugs the heck out of me ). I've liked her in other films but her character, Monica was way too cold and too much of a golddigger for anyone to believe Cusack's character would want anything to do with her. Michael Madsen is entertaining and Benicio is good ( though is role his rather ignored ). Michael Rappaport is not one of my favorites but he carries his part well. The writing was just too bland. I kept waiting for Cusack's character to do much more with that money. The movie had a hell of a plot if only they knew what to do with it. I thought the sex scene was tacky since this film was more on the PG side. I guess the filmmakers knew this was no prize and added the sex in to entice people. Obviously it didn't work. I don't think more than ten people I've known in my entire life has seen or heard of this movie. It's a film that came and went without any mention in the last ten years. This film was probably Cusack's most ignored at the box office. It came out in 93 and I only remembered it being advertised once. I don't even remember major reviews done for it. This is not Cusack's best film but it's not his fault. He does a wonderful job for what he's given. This film had too many holes and unneeded characters. Like I mentioned before a better love interest ( or an actress with a name ) would have added something to this. I think Mary Stuart Matterson or Bridget Fonda would have rocked as Cusack's love interest.Read more ›
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I love John Cusak and I found this movie at a garage sale. I didn't even know about this movie, but I loved it. It is entertaining and always interesting to see movies about the turmoil characters go through over doing the right thing. Plus, I believe this is based on a true story.
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Great movie for the Cusack follower! Cusack always delivers a great performance and this is a great movie to have to really see him in the beginning of this career that is a bit separated from his other roles.
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Like Joey Coyle, I am what you call a "Two Streeter" and without defining what that actually is, you can't possibly tell his story. I had a port number and was working the docks when I was 15 years old. I actually worked in one of the "gangs" where one of the Coyle's was foreman and my cousin did the hiring for that gang. One of my younger brothers was in Joey Coyle's class at Bishop Neumann High. I was not living back there then so my information on the whole event was third hand. I believe the filmmaker missed a huge opportunity to give some meaningful background to the story via more on the life of a dockworker from that particular neighborhood. Joey's drug addiction was another reality that could have been elaborated on. The drug sub culture in South Philly in those days was a story in itself. I read the book Finder's Keepers a while back and repurchased it along with this movie. I was glad I did. I think Finder's Keepers is a concise account of the events as they actually happened. The "Drug Addict" making a druggie's bad decisions is much more to the heart of the events than the "loveable idiot" that the movie romanticized. The whole event was fictionalized even adding a "lost love retrieved" interest to the story. I think a movie closer to the book may have been a blacker comedy but if some of the neighborhood anecdotes were inserted it would have added a lot of color. I see where some of the critics here berated the actors. I think they did a good job considering that they were miscast in those roles. Debi Mazzar seemed to be playing My Cousin Vinny's girlfriend and Marisa Tomei already owned that a year earlier. Brad Pitt would have made a great Joey Coyle in those days when the movie was made he was still affordable. All in all, the movie was not that bad.Read more ›
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I chose this rating because I love how John Cusack portrays this guy! I also love the story which is based on a true story of Joey Coyle. He finds money that fell off a armored truck & craziness ensues! Lol
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