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Life of Crime (2013) - You're Different Scene (10/11) - Movieclips
LIFE OF CRIME
D aniel Schechter's adaptation of Elmore Leonard's novel The Switch was the last movie with which the novelist was intimately involved, and this is an unexpectedly winning take from one of the less splashy directors to have attempted Leonard. It gleams with a faintly tacky, country club sheen. The woman in the crispest whites is Mickey Jennifer Aniston , playing the stoical socialite wife of fraudster Frank Tim Robbins, sweaty and repellent.
More complications ensue as the kidnappers start to bicker among themselves. Based on a novel by acclaimed writer Elmore Leonard, this is a complicated plot with a lot of twists. However, from a Christian standpoint, only Mickey the kidnap victim is an innocent and appealing figure. Everyone else is engaged in all manner of criminal or immoral behavior. While it is hard to take these actions seriously since they are portrayed in a ridiculous fashion, it may be that the fact the filmmakers try to make viewers laugh at such behavior is of even greater concern.