- SKU: 30990229
- Release Date: 06/07/2016
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A veteran detective and his novice assistant find some very unexpected mysteries in this offbeat comedy. Jack Potter (Leslie Nielsen) is a hard-boiled but absent-minded private detective who thinks it might be a good idea to retire soon. Potter is approached by Marty MacKenzie (Lochlyn Munro), a small-time actor wanting to research a role as a detective (while making some much-needed pocket money at the same time). Potter hires MacKenzie as a leg man and has him stake out a beautiful woman from Beaver Ridge, OR, whose husband is convinced she's cheating on him. Things quickly get far more complicated than Potter expected, and he has to rescue MacKenzie from Beaver Ridge, which is populated by freaks, lunatics, and two-headed livestock; it doesn't help that MacKenzie has also fallen in love with Cindy Davies (Vanessa Angel), the woman he was supposed to be watching. Camouflage also stars William Forsythe and Patrick Warburton. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
The Almost Perfect Bank Robbery
Diamonds may be a girl's best friend, but a quarter of a million dollars can be quite a pal too, as an ex-Navy Seal with a gold-digging girlfriend discovers in this hair-raising heist film from former Tales From the Crypt and China Beach director David Burton Morris. All Frank Syler (Dylan Walsh) wants after retiring from the service is a quiet life with ravishingly beautiful girlfriend Cyndee LaFrance (Brooke Shields), but an ex-military man's budget just doesn't cut it for a girl of such refined tastes. When Frank visits Cyndee at the bank where she works and notices the lax security with which the institution guards its funds, he soon hatches a scheme to raid the vault so that he may continue to provide the kind of lifestyle to which Cyndee has become accustomed. Unfortunately for Frank, FBI agent Royce (Rip Torn) is on the case and determined to crack the "perfect crime" wide open. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
The Dress Code
Shirley MacLaine makes her feature directorial debut with this offbeat comedy. Bruno (Alex D. Linz) is an eight-year-old boy attending a Catholic school; he is bright, is a good student, and wants to become an etymologist. He also likes to wear dresses, which causes him plenty of problems -- bullies beat him up on a regular basis, and the school's Mother Superior (Kathy Bates) thinks that something must be wrong with him. Bruno's mother Angela (Stacey Halprin), who tips the scales at 450 pounds, has just lost her husband Dino (Gary Sinise) to trampy Donna Marie (Joey Lauren Adams). With her pal Dolores (Jennifer Tilly) giving Angela regular reports on Dino's activities, she's too occupied to worry much about her son. When Bruno is hurt one day while wearing a skirt, he's taken to the hospital; with Angela suffering from a heart attack and Dino refusing to look after him, it falls to his grandmother Helen (MacLaine) to take care of the boy. But Bruno has finally found a playmate at school who doesn't find him strange -- Shaniqua (Kaimi Davael), a young black girl who wants to be a cowgirl. While Bruno was Shirley MacLaine's first attempt at directing a fictional film, it was not her first experience behind the camera; she previously made the Oscar-nominated documentary The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Leslie Nielsen - Jack Potter
- Lochlyn Munro - Marty MacKenzie
- Vanessa Angel - Cindy Davies
- William Forsythe
- Patrick Warburton