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Two kidnappers (John Hawkes and Yasiin Bey) help a woman (Jennifer Aniston) take revenge on her wealthy, real estate developer husband after he refuses to pay her ransom in this adaptation of the Elmore Leonard book, Switch. Daniel Schechter directs from his own adapted script. The story features two of the same characters from the book that Jackie Brown was based on.
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Audio commentary with director Daniel Schechter and actor Will Forte; Behind the scenes of Life of Crime; Envisioning the big picture: shooting crime; Hit & run: choreographing mayhem
Disc #1 -- Life of Crime Play Movie Scene Selection Set Up Audio English 5.1 Dolby Digital Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital Subtitles English Subtitles: On Spanish Subtitles: On Subtitles: Off Special Features Audio Commentary With Director, Dan Schechter And Actor, Will Forte Audio Commentary: On Audio Commentary: Off Behind The Scenes Of Life Of Crime Envisioning The Big Picture: Shooting Crime Hit & Run: Choreographing Mayhem Deleted Scenes Play All "Cant' I Go To The Bathroom?" Frank Belittles Mickey Marshall's Assistant Louis And Mickey Bond Mickey Calls Frank, Gets Melanie The Ladies Of Deep Run Also From Lionsgate
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