T Bone N Weasel (1992)

TV Movie   |  M   |    |  Comedy

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An ex-con and a crazy man are an unlikely duo on the road looking for a better life. All they have is an old gun and a stolen car to aid them in finding some much needed luck and plenty of cold hard cash.


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16 March 2017 | cherrypieguy-65593
| It's not perfect...
If you ever wondered what Christopher Lloyd looked like when he had hair/wasn't Doc Brown, well this is a good start. The film is a TV movie about two con men on a road trip to... well, that's one of the few problems with the film. The film doesn't really have much of a reason for things to happen. The film starts with Gregory Hines' character T-Bone getting out of jail and Christopher Llyod's character Weasel getting evicted from his house and the two decide to hit the road. They steal a car but they don't have a destination in mind. They just kinda go from place-to-place, but the film actually has some really clever moments. The film has a very subtle theme of racism to it and it's done fairly well. People are always glaring at T-Bone and the ending ties into this, and the film has a few memorable scenes. The humor is also pretty funny, having me and present company laughing so hard we needed to pause the movie at times to breathe. It's far from perfect, but if you need a movie for a quick and simple laugh, I recommend "T-Bone n Weasel," even despite it's flaws.

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2 November 1992



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