R | | Comedy
A snobbish investor and a wily street con artist find their positions reversed as part of a bet by two callous millionaires.
11 December 2005 | B. Caesar Cubillos (CubeJack@aol.com)
7 | Murphy and Aykroyd at their best
Could this movie honestly have been any more funny? I saw it again, as I have repeatedly for years, and still laughed. ...
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When Billy ray is released from jail, Randolph says that they are "the ones that bailed you out." Later, during the conversation in the limo, Billy Ray asks, ""What about the police and the payroll?" The Dukes state that they have had the charges dropped. If the charges were dropped, then there would have been no need for bail. Bail is a conditional release/promise to appear in a future court date; which would not be necessary with dropped criminal charges.
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