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Money Talks (1997)

4.6 out of 5 stars 240 customer reviews

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Money Talks (DVD)

They're getting the lowdown on the high price of living! Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen star as two desperate men who discover that they need each other ... and that Money Talks Fast-talking con man Franklin Hatchett (Tucker) is wrongully accused of killing cops and needs protection from the police, the mob and his very pregnant girlfriend. Struggling television newsman James Russell (Sheen) needs a story. The two meet, and it's like a match to gasoline as they dodge bullets in a series of hair-raising escapes involving big diamonds, fast cars and a deadly game of hide-and-seek.

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  • Actors: Chris Tucker, Charlie Sheen, Heather Locklear, Gérard Ismaël, Paul Sorvino
  • Directors: Brett Ratner
  • Writers: Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow
  • Producers: Chris Tucker, Walter Coblenz, Tracy Kramer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 15, 2005
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (240 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6304821832
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,566 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Money Talks (1997)" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
I don't care what anybody else says. This movie is utterly hilarious. Yes, the humor is crude at times and Chris Tucker must say the "f" word 5,000 times. But, his delivery is unbelievable. Perfect timing. Imagine Chris Tucker passing himself off as the son of Vic Damone and Dianne Carroll! He attends a posh Italian American wedding reception and tells everyone he is Vic Damone Jr. There is a scene where Chris calls in a bomb threat at a disco that made me laugh so hard I hurt afterward. Charlie Sheen is a terrific partner in crime. If you liked Rush Hour, you will also like Money Talks. Comedy mixed with some pretty graphic violence. But it works! Take a chance on this one. It's worth it.
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In the action comedy from director BRETT RATNER (Rush Hour, Rush Hour 2, The Family Man), CHRIS TUCKER takes to the guns (and the big mouth) as Franklin, an escaped convict accused of killing a busload of jailbirds. After a smuggler who is chained to Franklin, chops the hand cuffs in two, Frankie makes a fast ditch right out to freedom. Now a fugitive, Franklin runs into Channel 12 Reporter James Russell (Charlie Sheen), who is the only one who can help him clear his name. Now, European crooks are shooting at them left and right to get the 15 million dollars in diamonds that Frankie stole from them. Big guns, comedic genius, big and bad foreign crooks, a "phat" woman, Chris Tucker, Charlie Sheen, and explosive action combine to make a movie as well a statement: "Money Talks." MY REVIEW: "DIE HARD and FRIDAY come together to make this hit movie that is really funny. After TUCKER starred in FRIDAY, he came to this film using lots-n-lots of swearing- more than what I'd ever heard from him. Sometimes it's funny, but other times there's no point. CHARLIE SHEEN and CHRIS TUCKER make a comic gem team. BRUCE WILLIS and CHRIS TUCKER (Fifth Element) were an even funnier team! JACKIE CHAN and CHRIS TUCKER (Rush Hour 1 & 2) were the best! STORY: "B" ACTING: "B+" COMEDY: "B+" ACTION: "B-" DIRECTING: "A-" This four star, funny, edgy "phat" film, is a sure hit! But those of you who can't handle lots-n-lots of "F" words, you won't like this DVD. Even though there isn't much to it, except for the FULL SCREEN format of the film, A trailer, and Interactive Menus, its still a good movie! A "B" is what I give this film. It is just funny!!!...
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I recently saw this movie after renting it from a video shop in Japan where it was interestingly titled "The Runaway". The film revolves around Chris Tuckers flamboyant character from start to finish. If you have seen any Chris Tucker movies before, such as "Friday" or "Rush Hour" you will know exactly what to expect.
Some of the funniest scenes are when Chris Tucker is trying to intimmidate a fellow convict who he is handcuffed to while travelling on a police bus to prison. Little known to Tucker, the convict is actually a memeber of the French Triads and consequently he manages to get himself way over his head in trouble. Some of his quotes are hillarious - "Man, you don't know who you be mess'in with,,,,I am deep in the streets,,,,,I'm dangerous,,,,I'm afraid of myself".
Charlie Sheen puts in a reasonable performance as the reporter who finds himself in an uneasy partnership with Tucker. Locklear's performance is nothing more than expected,,,,but adequate for the role she is presented with.
Ok, in short,,,,if you love Chris Tucker like myself this film is a must purchase, otherwise, you can take it or leave it.
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Chris Tucker and Charlie Sheen put on a great show here.
A news reporter and a Street Hustler become fugatives in this comedy classic!
I will tell you now if you are a fan of Chris Tucker or Charlie Sheen i would give it a go and get it as you will not be dissapointed.
When i saw this i thought it was a great movie.
Near the end it becomes an action/comedy with bazookas, grenades and cops turning bad.
Chris Tucker is funier as usual and Charlies role is serious and tries to stay out of trouble but he doesnt as Chris Tucker gets him in the worst trouble of his life.
Im shore you will get some laughs out of this one!
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A Kid's Review on January 8, 2003
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I've seen this movie.It's got all the actors we know Chris Tucker, and everybody's favorite Charlie Sheen! This one of the greatest movies I've ever seen.It feel's like it's supposed to be rated PG-13.Well, probably because I watched it on TV and it cut off some of the swears.But I'm telling you, your going to absolutely LOVE this movie! I rate it 5 stars!
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I was 7 years old when this movie was released. By the time I was able to watch it, it was still coming on television and it was censored of all the F-bombs and some of the violence. My entire family loved this movie. When this movie came on, somehow all six of us would end up in the room at the same time, crying from laughter.

As an adult, this movie has not lost a single bit of humor. Action-packed and hilarious, Money Talks has stood the test of the almost 20 years I have loved it. It is not overly raunchy, is not unnecessarily violent, and gives you plenty of excellent story-telling and tons of humor. Honestly, I had forgotten Charlie Sheen was in this (as a teenager, he was irrelevant to me since this was before all of his "issues"), but him and Chris Tucker as a duo wasn't bad at all. The chemistry was excellent, and Tucker more than made up for Sheen's sometimes bland moments.

If you don't mind the almost excessive profanity, and the not-so-carefully veiled racism, this will be great for you. I just purchased this for $5: so little to lose and so much laughter to gain.
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