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Cruise back to Baltimore 1963, to the time and turf of a rare American breed: the "tin man" (aluminum siding salesman). Two less-than-honest rivals in the tin game (Richard Dreyfuss and Danny DeVito) meet in a fender bender, but their bruised egos and quick tempers turn the minor accident into a major vendetta against each other's symbols of success -- their prized Cadillacs. In what would seem to be a coup de grace, Dreyfuss decides to seduce DeVito's neglected wife (Barbara Hershey), but this romantic maneuver causes nonstop twists and turns to both the heart and the funnybone. With a supporting cast that's absolutely classic and music by The Fine Young Cannibals, TIN MEN sounds as good as it looks!
Much better movie than I remembered from the original theatrical release.Published 5 days ago by William G. Benton
TIN MEN is "for real"! Few movies offer up a true sense--a looking glass view--of what the "daily struggle" actually is for men trying to "make it" it... Read morePublished 24 days ago by ROBERT HOLLAND
One of the funniest movies I've ever seen! The arguments these men have in coffee shops, over shows like Bonanza, are side-splitting funny! Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. Allman
No blood and gore. No sci fi. No zombies. Just humorous, well acted and engaging.Published 2 months ago by Penny W.