What do you get when you combine three inexperienced criminals, a rented house in Los Angeles and the son of one of Americas greatest legends? You get the 1963 kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr. Featuring an excellent soundtrack of period music, this madcap caper is more outlandish than fiction!
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Ira Glass said that Showtime had gotten the rights to the story and made it into a film. Great! I ordered it at once. David Arquette is so terrible, I had to turn it off. Not to mention the direction of this piece of crap is awful. I recommend listening to the podcast of This American Life instead. Arquette should stick to playing retarded sheriffs in horror spoofs.