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Format: DVD
Sku: 202305273
UPC: 012236192695
UPC 14: 00012236192695
Rating: Game Rating Code
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SUICIDE KINGS: Avery is desperate: his sister has been kidnapped for a two-million-dollar ransome, and his father doesn't have the cash. So Avery and his buddies concoct a bold semi-suicidal scheme: abduct retired mob boss Charlie Bartolucci (Christopher Walken), hide out in their uptight friend Ira's house while his folks are out of town, and force Bartolucci to use his contacts to find the girl. Amused by his fledging captors, the seasoned mobster agrees to help them...but not before he cautions them that the guilty party might be right under their noses.WAGONS EAST!: A group of not so rough-and-tumble frontierspeople decide they've had enough of the Wild West and hire a broken-down wagonmaster to lead them back east to civilization. This western farce features John Candy's final performance.Format: DVD MOVIE
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SUICIDE KINGS: Avery is desperate: his sister has been kidnapped for a two-million-dollar ransom, and his father doesn't have the cash. So Avery and his buddies concoct a bold semi-suicidal scheme: abduct retired mob boss Charlie Bartolucci (Christopher Walken), hide out in their uptight friend Ira's house while his folks are out of town, and force Bartolucci to use his contacts to find the girl. Amused by his fledging captors, the seasoned mobster agrees to help them...but not before he cautions them that the guilty party might be right under their noses.

WAGONS EAST!: A group of not so rough-and-tumble frontierspeople decide they've had enough of the Wild West and hire a broken-down wagonmaster to lead them back east to civilization. This western farce features John Candy's final performance.

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Video Features DVD, 2 Pack, No Longer Produced

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 4/11/2006
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2006
Video UPC UPC: 00012236192695
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen/Standard  1.85:1/1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Christopher Walken
Video Cast Info Denis Leary
Video Cast Info Ed Lauter
Video Cast Info Ellen Greene
Video Cast Info Jay Mohr
Video Cast Info John Candy
Video Cast Info Richard Lewis
Video Cast Info Sean Flanery
Video Cast Info Peter Markle - [Wagons] Director
Video Cast Info Peter O'Fallon - [Suicide] Director

Professional Reviews

ReelViews 8 of 10
[Suicide] Suicide Kings is a promising beginning to director Peter O'Fallon's big-screen career. It isn't a perfect motion picture, but there's enough here to earn an enthusiastic recommendation for those who enjoy this genre. While the approach isn't new, the style is invigorating and the storyline boasts at least a few original ideas. The result is a deliciously demented comedy/thriller that will leave Tarantino fans applauding. - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-Times 3 of 10
[Wagons] Many of the action sequences lead up to people falling over cliffs, after which we get a shot of them below, in the mud, and are supposed to laugh. I didn't. I also wasn't amused by a subplot involving hip Indians. And when land speculators decide the wagon train must be stopped, because it's bad publicity for the west, they hire a posse which rides and rides and rides, in shots that are endlessly intercut with the action, before finally arriving at its destination and more or less being forgotten about. - Roger Ebert

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