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Made 2001 R CC

In this comedic crime drama, aspiring boxer Bobby (Jon Favreau) and pal Ricky (Vince Vaughn) head to New York as representatives of Los Angeles mob boss Max (Peter Falk). Things aren't going well with Bobby's job, his boxing dreams or his girlfriend (Famke Janssen), and he hopes that helping out Max will fix it. But trouble hits when the two meet up with Ruiz (Sean Combs) and the gangsters of New York.

Starring:
Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn
Runtime:
1 hour, 34 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy
Director Jon Favreau
Starring Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn
Supporting actors Joe Goossen, Famke Janssen, Makenzie Vega, Jenteal, Tom Morello, Jonathan Silverman, Kimberley Davies, Faizon Love, Elizabeth Barondes, Gary Auerbach, Bill Capizzi, Peter Falk, Vernon Vaughn, Esta-Joy Peters, Jennifer Bransford, Vincent Pastore, Jason Delgado, Sean Combs
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Swingers was one of my favorite movies the year it came out. Jon Favreau wrote a very clever screenplay with cool fresh dialogue about the L.A. club and bar scene that any man 21 or over could relate to. Made is Jon Favreau's second movie and is every bit as clever as its predecessor with a little drama thrown into the mix. Jon stars once again with buddy Vince Vaughn as two friends (and I use the term loosely) who are making a run in the world of organized crime. Favreau who is trying to repay his debt to mob boss Peter Falk and Vaughn a screw-up, who just wants to become a made man for the glamourous prestige it will give him. Once again Favreau plays the straight man to Vaughn's comedic character and the formula is brought to life by these two solid actors. Favreau's screenplay proves that this man is not a one trick pony, he could have easily borrowed from Swingers and did lots of niteclub type jokes again but instead has created a really solid mob-type buddy comedy. The movie also features Famke Jansen (who's always great) as Favreau's stripper girlfriend, Sean "Puffy" Combs (surprisingly really good) as a mobster, and even a funny cameo from Dustin Diamond (Screech). The movie starts to feel a little long towards the end but I gladly sat through the rest of it waiting for the outcome. I wish Jon Favreau would start to write movies more frequently because good comedies like these are sorely missed at the megaplexes.
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By A Customer on July 19, 2001
Made is a very funny movie about two "stooges" who are trying to make it in the Mob. Jon Favreau plays the straight man, and Vince Vaughn is a terrific funny-man. He is the Oscar to Favreau's Felix, and they certainly do make an odd couple. The film starts in Los Angeles, and takes them to New York where they are on a seemingly simple assignment, but Vaughn makes sure to get them in trouble at every turn. Sean Combs (P-Diddy) also stars as a Mob middle man with whom they are working. He gives a surprisingly good performance, reprimanding Favreau and Vaughn as they fumble their way through the film. The great chemistry (Swingers) is apparent, and Vaughn's delivery of a well-written script is sure to make you laugh.
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Made was done so for less than $5 million and penny for penny has more laughs and character than most of the slop Hollywood is famous for. Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau are back together again. The first time since Swingers. Vince and Jon are A perfect comedy team that ranks up there with Mathau and Lemmon, Martin and Lewis, and Pryor and Wilder. Vince Vaughn polarized his smooth talking character Trent who stole several scenes in Swingers and made a catch phrase out of the word "money."
Jon Favreau wrote the script and directed the movie with an eye for detail. Both seem more interested with character development rather than plot but that in no way harms the movie. Extras include a couple short documetaires, and a bunch or deleted scenes and outtakes that are worth price of admission alone. The commentary track is a gem with Jon and Vince having a video chalkboard discussion of the film with the executive producer Peter Billingsly "sitting on the couch."
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"Made" is the story of two misfit boxers who are best buddies (even though they're always arguing and fighting). Bobby is dating a dancer and doesn't like what her job entails, so he's hoping that he can find something that will solve their money problems so she won't have to dance anymore. Ricky is a fast-talking and always outspoken character who thinks he's all that when in reality he doesn't have a clue. The two friends are offered a gig by a mob boss that offers a big payoff. It's their chance to live the life of the gangsters that they grew up watching in movies. However, they're about to learn how different real life is from the movies... and how horrible they are at being gangsters.

This isn't the type of comedy that offers the obvious laughs or a "wacky" finale. There are no "zany" gimmicks or an over-the-top plot. The movie relies on the tone, which is very subtle and has great timing. The characters are real because they are written that way. While it may be hard to believe that any mob boss would give these two guys a job, we're able to buy it because it's written and structured in a very realistic manner. This is probably why the film isn't overly popular with many folks, but that's fine by me. I really enjoyed myself when I watched this, and even had a better time watching it the second time. Jon Favreau is great in his role, as he knows that he's not the showstopper and has to make sure that he's subtle and mostly quiet--that is, unless he's arguing with his buddy. Vince Vaughn is the definite showstopper, and you can tell that he has a lot of fun with the role. He plays it perfectly, and I'm convinced that nobody else could pull off such a stunt.
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Made is a film with a lot of problems, and I could harp on those problems, but then I remember just how hard I laughed and just how well Vince Vaughn acted and for some reason the faults fade from my mind. I could argue that the plot--what there is of plot--has holes galore, or that the screenplay has an uneven focus that can't seem to decide who the main character is, but this film is just far too entertaining to ever warrant such attention--and so regardless, it gets a perfect rating from me NOT because it is a perfect film, but because it entertained me perfectly.
As I said, watching this film will undoubtedly make you a Vince Vaughn fan. He's either a truly superb actor with impeccable comedic timing or a natural idiot--I'm hoping for the former. Vaughn makes this movie. He is the reason all five stars are there, because everything to come out of his mouth--even everything that DOESN'T come out of his mouth, from his imbecilic stuttering--verifies the brilliance of the actor.
Beyond Vaughn, however, is a brilliant script that, despite the faults in plot, is extremely entertaining and that repeatedly introduces quirky characters that are entertaining (ie. P. Diddy typecast, and Screech--yes, Screech; you have to see it to believe it!). Much like the past Favreau/Vaughn effort Swingers, they must be applauded for skirting the typical preachy climax that most other films succumb to, though Swingers admittedly better displayed character development. Made, on the other hand packs what I consider to be a greater emotional punch that is both unexpected and appropriate.
And still the film remains utterly hilarious from start to finish--from Favreau's script, yes, but Vaughn will take most of the attention.
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