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For about fifteen minutes, Burn After Reading appears to be a slick spy conspiracy thriller whose main character is an embittered CIA agent by the name of Osbourne Cox. But then Cox's memoirs fall into the hands of a couple of dim-witted gym employees who think they have a saleable top secret on their hands - and the film becomes a frantic comedy about the havoc caused by idiots who are absolutely convinced they're actually incredibly clever. The famously madcap Coen brothers made the film, and Brad Pitt and George Clooney star.
Famed British comedian John Cleese plays a repressed, straight-laced man who gets mixed up in farcical events involving a motley group of criminals.
14+ years 104 mins
Ealing comedy classic about a gang of incompetent criminals and the landlady oblivious to their murderous intentions.
11+ years 86 mins
Smart, fast-paced black comedy-thriller about a likeable petty criminal on the run from the cops after a botched robbery.
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