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FlypaperA man tries to protect a teller, whom he secretly loves, after two groups rob her bank at the same time. But not everything is at it seems, and there are many twists and turns in this comedy.
Actors of "Flypaper"
Characters of "Flypaper"
Directors of "Flypaper"Rob MinkoffBirthdate: 11 August 1962, Palo Alto, California, USA
Creators of "Flypaper"Jon LucasScott Moore
Critic Reviews of "Flypaper"New York ObserverAugust 24, 2011
You know there's something wrong with a comedy when you'd rather see the main characters killed off than live happily ever after.Christian Science MonitorAugust 20, 2011
One thought that occurred to me while pacing myself through Flypaper: With the economy being what it is, will there be a rash of bank robbery movies?TheWrapAugust 19, 2011
A mighty thin and derivative slice of moviemaking.New York Daily NewsAugust 19, 2011
It's a mess from start to finish, but there's still fun to be had in Rob Minkoff's caper comedy.New York PostAugust 19, 2011
In the end, there's just a roomful of decent character actors in search of a point. For them, the titular "Flypaper" may have simply been a paycheck.New York TimesAugust 18, 2011
"Flypaper" has enough twists and surprises to remain interesting in a closed-room, Agatha Christie kind of way. But it's never quite as clever or as hip as it thinks it is.Reel Film ReviewsNovember 16, 2011
There reaches a point, however, at which the rather limited nature of the movie's premise starts to become a problem...BrianOrndorf.comSeptember 22, 2011
Minkoff doesn't bring a whole lot of originality to the picture, which could use a shot of surprise considering the snoozy bank heist conventions it employs. Still, what he lacks in freshness he makes up for in velocity.Hollywood & FineAugust 19, 2011
The real question is: How does a movie as weak as this get made? Who read this script and said, "I have to make this movie"?..It's not funny - and that's the real crime.Screen InternationalFebruary 10, 2011
The film is a heist-and-hostage comedy that reminds you that criminals, under pressure, are as neurotic as anyone else.JoBlo's Movie EmporiumFebruary 04, 2011
It's painfully unfunny, and the type of immediately disposable junk one wouldn't expect to see on cable, much less the Sundance Film Festival.CinematicalFebruary 03, 2011
May not be well executed, too broad for a script that obviously wants to be a very profane and twisted black comedy, but it's not without a silly charm.
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