The Real McCoy

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Time Out says

Part old-fashioned caper, party vanity project for Basinger, this yarn about a reformed cat burglar trying to go straight aims for the lightweight appeal of something like To Catch a Thief but is burdened with a sentimental subplot about the heroine's relationship with her estranged son. Having served six years for an aborted bank robbery, Karen McCoy (Basinger) returns to Atlanta, Georgia, where sometime associate Schmidt (Stamp) coerces her into one last job. Kilmer is the getaway driver (and love interest). Pretty lifeless.
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Release details

UK release:

1993

Duration:

105 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Russell Mulcahy

Cast:

Gailard Sartain, Terence Stamp, Val Kilmer, Kim Basinger, Zach English

Music:

Brad Fiedel

Production Designer:

Kim Colefax

Editor:

Peter Honess

Cinematography:

Denis Crossan

Screenwriter:

William Davies, William Osborne

Producer:

Willi Baer, Michael Bregman, Martin Bregman

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