STEVIE D REVIEWED
“Stevie D” is a funny film about a mafioso trying to get a random actor murdered. It’s a case of forced mistaken identity by way of a lame payday. The story feels done before, but it works for what it is. Plus, Hal Linden shows up in a strong supporting role. For a film that nearly hits two hours, it takes forever to get the comedy going. That being said, it eventually pays off. It’s weird to say, but I kinda wish the film would’ve went darker.
- 2.35:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 12/27/16
The Plot Thus Far
STEVIE D is a humorous crime drama about a Los Angeles construction magnate whose only son has accidentally killed a connected man. A sinister plan is hatched that sends the son into hiding while an unsuccessful actor is hired to fill his shoes and unknowingly take the hit.
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