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Welcome to Sunrise Village, a little piece of trailer park heaven outside Phoenix, AZ. Here, retired war vets Sam (Burt Reynolds), Carl (Robert Loggia) and Eddie (Charles Durning) are enjoying their "Golden Years" while vying for the attentions of their sexy neighbor Christine (Raquel Welch). Into this idyllic setting drops wiseguy Angelo Nitti who, in exchange for ratting out the Mob, is rechristened "John Brandin" by the Witness Protection Program. Unfortunately, he "forgets" to mention that he has stolen over $4 million from the Syndicate, and when Sam, Carl and Eddie stumble upon Nitti's hidden stash of cash, the hapless trio thinks their ship has finally come in. Now both the Mafia and the Feds are coming to town looking to take them all down!
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A legendary cast! Golden Globe winner & Academy award nominee Burt Reynolds Golden Globe winner Raquel Welch Golden Globe winner & Academy award nominee Charles Durning Academy award & Emmy award nominee Robert Loggia From John D. Schofield, The Producer of the Academy award winning films As Good As it Gets,
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him. I would have liked to see a few more scenes with him inter-reacting with the village retirees and their prosaic lives. The two amorous FBI agents were a bit much and all their scenes could have been left on the cutting room floor. Not a great movie, but OK. I would suggest 'The Crew' (with Burt Reynolds again part of an ensemble cast) and Steve Martin's 'My Blue Heaven' are both much better movies in this genre. Even 'The Boynton Beach Club' (though a stretch, but about retirees) can be considered.
The acting from the men was horrible. This movie took an hour of my life I can't get back.