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Get Shorty

Get Shorty
7.5
Bilal Zouheir

Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids) star in this dark comedy-thriller about a gangster who attempts a career as a Hollywood producer. It’s based on the novel that the 1995 John Travolta and Danny DeVito movie by the same name was also based on *catches breath*.

There is something undeniably funny about people in crime who try to reform themselves in Hollywood, the same thing that Bill Hader perfected in Barry. The switch from real to fake and back is equally as well-executed in Get Shorty.

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Epix is a premium pay television network from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer launched in 2009, featuring mainly older theatrical releases and original shows. As of April 2020, films featured on the channel primarily include recent releases.

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