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Best Men [DVD] [1998]

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  • Release Date: 12/23/2014
  • Rating: R
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    Best Men
    Former music-video director Tamra Davis (Guncrazy) created strong characters in this bank-robbery tale, a crime/comedy/drama somewhat reminiscent of the anti-establishment attitudes seen in early '70s films. After three years in a California prison, Jesse (Luke Wilson) is ready to marry his girlfriend Hope (Drew Barrymore) in the town of Independence (the original working title of this film). Joining Jesse is a odd assortment -- the buzzcut ex-Green-Beret Buzz (Dean Cain); ex-lawyer Sol (Mitchell Whitfield); geeky Teddy (Andy Dick); and Shakespeare-quoting Billy (Sean Patrick Flanery), aka Hamlet on the FBI's most-wanted list. Then they're off to the wedding. Billy, however, asks to be dropped off at a nearby bank, and after it's evident that Billy is pulling off another Hamlet heist, the others join him inside. Billy's father, Sheriff Phillips (Fred Ward), up for re-election, begins hostage negotiations, but the media arrives, along with psycho FBI agent Hoover (Raymond J. Barry) and his partner Carter (Art Edler Brown). Wearing her wedding dress, Hope goes inside the bank. Soon various friends and locals gather outside to offer support as the hostages take the side of their captors. In addition to portraying agent Carter, Art Edler Brown is the film's co-producer and co-scripter. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Dean Cain
      Dean Cain - Sgt. Buzz Thomas
    • Andy Dick
      Andy Dick - Teddy Pollack
    • Sean Patrick Flanery
      Sean Patrick Flanery - Billy Phillips
    • Mitchell Whitfield
      Mitchell Whitfield - Sol Jacobs
    • Luke Wilson
      Luke Wilson - Jesse Reilly



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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A fun romp of mis-steps

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      browncoatgirl

      This is a fun flick to watch. It's one of those movies where one thing goes wrong & then domino's from there. But ther is good heart & humor mixed in.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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