Money Talks [DVD] 
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A con artist, Hatchett (Chris Tucker), is arrested and hand-cuffed to Villard (Gerard Ismaël), an international diamond smuggler. When Villard makes an escape on the way to prison, he takes Hatchett as a hostage, killing anyone who gets in his way. Hatchett escapes before he becomes Villard's next victim and is determined to clear his name, even though both Villard and the LAPD want him dead. Only the help of a television newsman (Charlie Sheen), who wants exclusive rights to the 'cop killer' story, can help him prove his innocence.
This formulaic 1997 comedy becomes needlessly complicated at points but feeds off the high energy of Chris Tucker (The Fifth Element, Rush Hour). Tucker plays a two-bit con man, Franklin Hatchett, framed for the prison breakout of a ruthless criminal. Hunted by both the police and the bad guys, Hatchett finds his only hope in a smarmy, self-serving television reporter played by the perfectly cast Charlie Sheen (Platoon), who agrees to protect the nervous, hapless patsy only to further his own career. The plot of Money Talks is at times just plain dumb, and the requisite car chases and explosions happen a bit too frequently. But Tucker's manic energy and off-the-wall humour, as he is thrown into situations of mistaken identity and mortal danger, make the movie a frenetic and entertaining romp. --Robert Lane --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This is one not to be missed, and is up there with the humour and action of Rush Hour 1 & 2.
Franklin Hatchett (Tucker) is the small-time hustler and con artist, going to prison after being set up by ace TV reporter James Russell (Sheen) in a ticket scalping scam. On the way to the pen, Franklin inadvertently becomes involved in a jail break orchestrated by the evil Villard (Gerard Ismael) and his personal army. One problem: the cops think Franklin is behind the whole scheme. Not knowing whom to turn to, Franklin gives James a call. The two make a deal: James will hide and protect Franklin for a weekend in exchange for an exclusive when Franklin turns himself in. There are a few complications, however. First, Villard wants Franklin dead. Second, James has just been fired from his TV job after being described by his boss (David Warner) as "another walking headshot" from the "John Tesh school of journalism." Third, this weekend, James is scheduled to marry Grace (Heather Locklear), the beautiful daughter of the very wealthy Guy Cipriani (Paul Sorvino).
One of the best thing that can be said about "Money Talks" is that director Brett Ratner obviously knows that he is reworking a over familiar formula, and he desperately tries to keep things moving. There are lots of classic Lalo Schifrin chase music, and plenty of shoot outs and exploding helicopters and of course the absurd secondary characters.Read more ›
This is one film not to miss.
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Sadly a disappointing film.
Too much shouting by Chris Rock
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One of my favourite Movies in good condition DVD an casePublished 11 months ago by Wayne williamson