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Voll abgezockt

Voll abgezockt
Voll abgezockt Rating: 42 out of 100 based on 28 reviews.
Die Shopping Queen Diana (Melissa McCarthy) frönt in einem Vorort von Miami ausschweifend ihrer großen Kaufleidenschaft. Unerschöpfliche finanzielle Mittel machen den Luxus möglich. Die Sache hat nur einen kleinen Haken: Die Identität, die Diana beim Einkaufen benutzt, lautet auf den Namen Sandy Bigelow Patterson und gehört einem Kundenberater (Jason Bateman), der auf der anderen Seite von Amerika lebt. Der echte Sandy Bigelow Patterson bekommt den Identitätsraub nicht nur finanziell zu spüren, auch sein Ruf ist in Gefahr. Ihm bleibt nur eine Woche Zeit, um die Betrügerin aufzuspüren, bevor sein Leben komplett aus den Bahnen gerät. Es gelingt ihm, Diana zu stellen. Auf der 3.000 Kilometer langen Reise nach Denver versucht er mit allen Mitteln, seine Identität zurückzuerlangen. Er besticht, er schmeichelt und er droht. Doch Diana erweist sich als ebenso kratzbürstig wie einfallsreich.
Darsteller
Jason Bateman

Sandy Patterson
John Cho

Daniel Casey
Jon Favreau

Harold Cornish
Amanda Peet

Trish Patterson
T.I.

Julian (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)
Morris Chestnut

Detective Reilly
Robert Patrick

Skiptracer
Ryan Gaul

Bartender
Steve Mallory

Party Guy
Tyler Nilson

Party Guy
Steve Little

Party Guy's Buddy
Produktion
Director:Seth Gordon
Producer:Pamela Abdy (producer)
Jason Bateman (producer)
Dan Kolsrud (executive producer)
Mary Rohlich (co-producer)
Scott Stuber (producer)
Peter Morgan (executive producer)
Writer:Jerry Eeten (story) and)
Craig Mazin (story)
Bewertungen für Voll abgezockt
filmjabber
She stole his identity, Identity Thief stole my happiness. Like a sponge where water is joy, like a Dementor at a soul buffet, like a prism that only bends darkness, Identity Thief pairs two comedic naturals and proceeds to stalk your laughter, lashing...
Eric D. Snider
You have to admit, it takes some guts to rip off a hundred other movies and then call the result “Identity Thief.” That sort of brazenness would be admired by the scoundrel at the center of this wearying, derivative comedy, if she were capable...
Fan The Fire
A lot of sub-standard Hollywood thrillers get made each year, with big names up front, a plot to make the trailer look exciting and glossy enough visuals to pull it all off.
Rezension lesen22 Mär 2013
MediaMikes
I can only imagine what it was like to go to a movie during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Long before television, home video and the internet you could go, uninformed, to see a movie and every now and then leave the theatre realizing you had just...
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
Cole Smithey
2013 is Melissa McCarthy’s year. The plus-size actress who blew up big laughs in “Bridesmaids” is making major comic waves with at least three features tailored to her fast-twitch style of physical humor this year.
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
Bewertungen für Voll abgezockt
filmjabber
She stole his identity, Identity Thief stole my happiness. Like a sponge where water is joy, like a Dementor at a soul buffet, like a prism that only bends darkness, Identity Thief pairs two comedic naturals and proceeds to stalk your laughter, lashing...
Eric D. Snider
You have to admit, it takes some guts to rip off a hundred other movies and then call the result “Identity Thief.” That sort of brazenness would be admired by the scoundrel at the center of this wearying, derivative comedy, if she were capable...
Fan The Fire
A lot of sub-standard Hollywood thrillers get made each year, with big names up front, a plot to make the trailer look exciting and glossy enough visuals to pull it all off.
Rezension lesen22 Mär 2013
MediaMikes
I can only imagine what it was like to go to a movie during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Long before television, home video and the internet you could go, uninformed, to see a movie and every now and then leave the theatre realizing you had just...
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
Cole Smithey
2013 is Melissa McCarthy’s year. The plus-size actress who blew up big laughs in “Bridesmaids” is making major comic waves with at least three features tailored to her fast-twitch style of physical humor this year.
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
Screen Jabber
Gordon and Bateman team up once more after the painfully average Horrible Bosses for this little crime caper cum road trip film which has a couple of funny moments, a lot of stupid moments, far too many rubbish moments and almost no Favreau.
iHaveNet.com
Debilitatingly witless, "Identity Thief" strands Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman on the shoulder of its own road-trip premise, an artificial construct reminiscent of "Due Date." Remember "Due Date," that sour thing with Robert Downey Jr. and...
Fresno Bee
"Identity Thief" is such a gargantuan stinker its stench can't be confined to one theater. Fumigate all you want. A stink this bad lives on forever.
Rezension lesen7 Feb 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
The plot of a comedy needn't be airtight, but the premise of Identity Thief strains credulity to the point that we're left shaking our heads in disbelief at the incompetence of the central characters, the stupidity of ancillary characters...
Rezension lesen7 Feb 2013
Reel Views
A lot of movies released into theaters deserve the label of "bad." Only a few cross the line into "reprehensible." Say hello to Identity Thief. The big problem with this overlong, tedious would-be comedy has nothing to do with the quality...
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Melissa McCarthy may have logged hours on Gilmore Girls and Mike & Molly, but her star broached the stratosphere the moment she soiled a posh, cream-white dressing room in Paul Feig’s irreverent Bridesmaids. That scene-stealing performance earned...
Sacramento News & Review
When a Denver businessman's (Jason Bateman) life and credit rating are destroyed by a Florida scam artist (Melissa McCarthy), he travels 2,000 miles to persuade her to come back to Colorado and clear his name.
Rezension lesen14 Feb 2013
Slant Magazine
When Melissa McCarthy emerged from 2011 a bona fide breakout star, armed with an Emmy Award and an Oscar nomination, some might have found all the attention a bit hyperbolic—a shower of praise for a gal of the moment whose likability had achieved a...
Rezension lesen6 Feb 2013
Movies.com
I'm rooting for Melissa McCarthy. I've been a big fan since she co-starred on Gilmore Girls. I've seen her in Groundlings shows here in Los Angeles where I could barely breathe from laughing so hard.
New York Post
I would be disappointed if a movie called “Identity Thief” wasn’t a bit light-fingered with ideas, and in this Jason Bateman-Melissa McCarthy action comedy there is a lot of “Midnight Run,” a bit of “Catch Me If You Can” and “Planes, Trains and...
Rezension lesen7 Feb 2013
Miami Herald
In Identity Thief, Melissa McCarthy gets smacked in the face with a frying pan, conked on the head with a toaster, run over by a car and suffers a hundred other bits of violent slapstick, and you laugh almost every time. Then the moment passes, and the...
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
The A.V. Club
It’s easy to admire Identity Thief’s narrative efficiency without respecting the results. Screenwriter Craig Mazin (Scary Movie 3 and 4, The Hangover Part II and III) devotes a bare line or two of dialogue to each aspect of his plot setup: Colorado...
Rezension lesen7 Feb 2013
Entertainment Weekly
Of the many qualities I adore about Melissa McCarthy as a comedian and as a dramatic actor, the best is how fully she gives herself to every character she plays. There's more than just bravery in her willingness to go all out; there's also generosity...
Rezension lesen8 Feb 2013
MovieXclusive.com
We remember laughing in stitches whenever American actress Melissa McCarthy appeared on screen in the hilarious comedy Bridesmaids (2011). Come on, who wouldn’t break a chuckle seeing a big sized lady emptying her bowels? For that, McCarthy received...
View London
Identity Thief remains watchable thanks to strong comic performances from Bateman and McCarthy but the plot is extremely sloppy and the film never quite finds the right tone.
Rezension lesen22 Mär 2013
Channel24
Did you ever see a film called Planes, Trains and Automobiles? It's a classic comedy from 1987 starring John Candy and Steve Martin, directed by John Hughes. Martin plays an average guy (the thin one) who finds himself stuck in a cross...
Rezension lesen20 Mär 2013
Flicks.co.nz
Director Seth Gordon’s follow-up to Horrible Bosses takes another slight sit-com plot and pumps it to full-length proportions. Sandy (Jason Bateman) travels from Denver to Florida to confront Diana (Melissa McCarthy), who’s stolen his identity and is...
Express.co.uk
Alas, for her first leading role someone appears to have flicked off her funny switch. In Identity Thief she plays Diana, a crass, abrasive con artist who enjoys a luxury lifestyle at other people’s expense by lifting their identities.
Rezension lesen22 Mär 2013
Digital Spy
Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy in a road comedy that channels Planes, Trains & Automobiles? Sounds bullet-proof on paper, but there's barely a laugh to be found in this new comedy from Horrible Bosses director Seth Gordon, which arrives on...
Rezension lesen20 Mär 2013
canada.com
Melissa McCarthy is the oversized personality who brought a note of hilarious and obese vulgarity to her biggest movie hit, Bridesmaids. Jason Bateman is an understated performer whose quiet comic frustration conveys a kind of hidden nice-guy insanity.
Rezension lesen7 Feb 2013
Shadows on the Wall
With a premise ripe for screwball comedy, the filmmakers instead throw in pointless car chases, violent fights, mob goons, bounty hunters, sex jokes and even a heist. At least the two lead actors have enough energy to keep the film watchable.
Rezension lesen11 Mär 2013
Empire
Clever premise, witless execution.
TotalFilm.com
Seth Gordon first pinged on movie fans’ radar in 2007 with the inexplicably gripping and surprisingly hilarious The King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters, a documentary about competitive arcade-game players.
Rezension lesen7 Mär 2013
Darsteller
Jason Bateman...Sandy Patterson
Melissa McCarthy...Diana
John Cho...Daniel Casey
Jon Favreau...Harold Cornish
Amanda Peet...Trish Patterson
T.I....Julian (as Tip 'T.I.' Harris)
Genesis Rodriguez...Marisol
Morris Chestnut...Detective Reilly
Robert Patrick...Skiptracer
Eric Stonestreet...Big Chuck
Jonathan Banks...Paul
Ryan Gaul...Bartender
Steve Mallory...Party Guy
Tyler Nilson...Party Guy
Steve Little...Party Guy's Buddy
Maggie Elizabeth Jones...Jessie Patterson
Mary-Charles Jones...Franny Patterson
Andrew Friedman...Tequila Guy
Ben Falcone...Tony / Motel Desk Clerk
Nelson Bonilla...Cop Giving Traffic Ticket
Gary Weeks...Security Guard - Prominence Offices
Lori Beth Sikes...Arlene in the Lady's Choice Salon
Angelyn Pass...New Catalyst Receptionist
Carmela Zumbado...Salon Salesperson
Chick Bernhardt...St Louis Cop
Lee Spencer...St. Louis Terrace Manager
John Eddins...St. Louis Cop
Carlos Navarro...Luis the Gas Station Attendant
Sope Aluko...Secretary at Prominence Denver
Brett Baker...Alec
Diva Tyler...Booking Officer
Deacon Dawson...Witness on the Highway
Diolita Arnold...Cosmetics Girl
Craig A. Meyer...St. Louis Terrace Clerk
Steve Witting...Carl / Bus Station Attendant
Antwan Mills...Winter Park Cop
Nevaina Graves Rhodes...Cosmetics Girl
Jamie Moore...Electronics Store Employee
Brenda Cannon...Jewelry Store Salesperson
Kate Graham...Counter Girl
Geordie White...Traffic Cop
Tim Andrews...Used Car Salesman
Matthew Burke...Ken Talbott
Topher Payne...Hairdresser
Zeeky Minnis...Salon Salesperson
Nicole Dukes...Prison Guard
Johnny Michaels...Garage Mechanic
Satara Silver...Cosmetics Sales Clerk
Badar...Cell Phone Salesperson
Ian Quinn...Winter Park Cop
Clark Duke...Everett (uncredited)
Jeff Trink...Businessman (uncredited)
Kevin Covais...Kevin (uncredited)
Andrea Moore...Bitchy Girl (uncredited)
Morgan Hinkleman...Young Diana (uncredited)
Lisa M. Barfield...Resturant Patron (uncredited)
Cullen Moss...Boyfriend 'The Ville' (uncredited)
Jason Davis...Kyle (uncredited)
Richard A Moore...Pit Boss (uncredited)
Ken Melde...Company Founder (uncredited)
Liana Loggins...Model at Bar (uncredited)
Andrew R. Kaplan...Blue Collar Bar Patron (uncredited)
Clark Sarullo...Woman at Bar (uncredited)
Kacie Jo Marta Nickles...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Walter Hendrix III...Precision Driver (uncredited)
Harley Shellhammer...St. Louis Cop (uncredited)
Joe Crosson...Business Man (uncredited)
Jamie Renell...Prominence Suit (uncredited)
Mitchell Schwartz...Financial Business Man (uncredited)
Keith Ratchek...Denver Detective (uncredited)
Edward Solis...Used Car Salesman (uncredited)
Todd Denson...Bartender (uncredited)
Colton Medlin...Neil (uncredited)
Shane Worth...Precision Driver (uncredited)
Don Teems...Financial Business Man (uncredited)
Joel Rogers...Motel Patron (uncredited)
Daniel Jarvie...Shocked Bar Patron (uncredited)
Harley Castro...Denver Detective (uncredited)
Wayne Packer...Hotel Doorman (uncredited)
Sarah Caruso...Pedestrian / extra (uncredited)
Aaron F. Randell...DJ (uncredited)
Julie O'Hora...Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Lee Christian...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Kerri J. Baldwin...Soccer Mom (uncredited)
Ellie Kemper...Truck-Stop Server (uncredited)
Timothy Scott...Precision Driver (uncredited)
Onrico Nightingale...Bartender #2 (uncredited)
Produktion
Director:Seth Gordon
Producer:Pamela Abdy (producer)
Jason Bateman (producer)
Dan Kolsrud (executive producer)
Mary Rohlich (co-producer)
Scott Stuber (producer)
Peter Morgan (executive producer)
Writer:Jerry Eeten (story) and)
Craig Mazin (story)
Composer:Christopher Lennertz
Cinematographer:Javier Aguirresarobe
Editing:Peter Teschner
Casting:Lisa Beach
Sarah Katzman
Production Design:Shepherd Frankel
Art Director:Andrew Max Cahn
Set Decorator:Maria Nay
Costume Design:Carol Ramsey
Makeup:Linda D. Flowers (hair department head)
Erin Wooldridge (key makeup artist)
Kimberly Greene (makeup department head)
Tijen Osman (assistant hair department head)
Quintessence Patterson (makeup artist)
Bryson Conley (hair stylist)
Michelle Garbin (makeup artist)
Victoria Wood (wig maker)
Diana Choi (wig maker)
Production Management:Marcei A. Brown (unit production manager)
Frank Cuomo (post-production supervisor)
Louis G. Friedman (unit production manager: additional photography)
Unternehmen
Production Studio:Aggregate Films
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Stuber Productions
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