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Nothing to Lose
Martin Lawrence and Kelly Preston




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After being unceremoniously cuckolded, yuppified corporate flunky Nick fires up his SUV and sallies forth on a reckless ride to nowhere. En route, an equally desperate, chronically unemployed urbanite, T. Paul, ill-advisedly attempts to carjack Nick, only to be pulled inside and brought along on a wild journey that leads from the L.A. slums to the Arizona badlands.

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Overview

After being unceremoniously cuckolded, yuppified corporate flunky Nick fires up his SUV and sallies forth on a reckless ride to nowhere. En route, an equally desperate, chronically unemployed urbanite, T. Paul, ill-advisedly attempts to carjack Nick, only to be pulled inside and brought along on a wild journey that leads from the L.A. slums to the Arizona badlands.

Main Cast & Crew

Steve Oedekerk - Director
Martin Lawrence
Tim Robbins
Kelly Preston
John C. McGinley
Rebecca Gayheart

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (Widescreen)
  • Run Time: 98
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 717951000354
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: R (MPAA) (for pervasive strong language and a sex scene)
  • Release Date: April 1998

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Buddies
On-The-Run
On-The-Road
Mishaps
Infidelity
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Reviews:
"...The guys find an abrasive rhythm in their opposing natures and spark a few comic bonfires..." - 07/18/1997 USA Today, p.4D


"...The two actors seem palpably jazzed by each other's outsize company..." - 07/25/1997 Film Comment, p.52


"...The two actors seem palpably jazzed by each other's outsize company..." - 07/25/1997 Entertainment Weekly, p.52


"...It's a clever pairing....Lawrence demonstrates once again why he's the livest wire on screen....He has the gift of making every word he says sound funny..." - 07/18/1997 Los Angeles Times, p.F1

 

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