Love, Cheat & Steal (1993) - Rotten Tomatoes

Love, Cheat & Steal (1993)





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A woman's greed wreaks havoc on those in her life in this made-for-cable movie. Madchen Amick stars as Lauren Harrington, the seemingly perfect and beautiful wife of Paul (John Lithgow). What Paul doesn't know is that Lauren set up a former boyfriend (Eric Roberts) and sent him to jail as part of a million-dollar scheme -- and he's ready for some payback.

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John Lithgow
as Paul Harrington
Eric Roberts
as Reno Adams
Mädchen Amick
as Lauren Harrington
Richard Edson
as Billy Quayle
Donald Moffat
as Frank Harrington
David Ackroyd
as Tom Kerry
Dan O'Herlihy
as Hamilton
Jason Workman
as Whit Turner
Jack Axelrod
as Mario Columbard
Tom Kindle
as Convict
Mary Fanaro
as Darlene
Cecile Krevoy
as Woman at Party
Frances Buchsbaum
as Witchy Woman
Ed Anders
as Gate Guard
John Sistrunk
as Gate Guard
Said Faraj
as Clerk at 7-11
Hugo Napier
as Bank Officer
Stuart McKinney
as Bank Guard
Lana Levi
as Bank Teller
Morgan Reed
as Christopher
Robin Swid
as Daughter
George Christy
as Pawnbroker
Joey Viera
as Bullet Head
Jeff Miller
as Bullet Head
Peter Radon
as Columbian
Randall Kort
as Bartender
Rick Dean
as Willy
Daryce Richman
as Mayor's Wife
Karen Chase
as Woman Reporter
Melissa Oman
as Church Lady
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A fairly average and formulaic heist film, Love, Cheat & Steal doesn't have any originality to it, but it still manages to deliver some entertaining thrills. When Reno learns of his wife's remarriage to a prominent banker he breaks out of prison to get his revenge, and to pull off one last score. The cast is rather interesting, and includes John Lithgow, Madchen Amick, and Eric Roberts. The performances are stereotypical, but it sort of works for the story that's being told. And, there are a few twists and turns that add some suspense to the film. Love, Cheat & Steal is a by the numbers film, but that's not all bad.

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