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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of 2001's best

    3000 ''miles to graceland'' is with out a doubt one of 2001's best movies.It has non-stop action and is Defenitly one of kurt russel's and kevin costner's best performances.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Kurt Russell, Kevin Costner, David Arquette, Christian Slater and Bokeem Woodbine as violent Elvis Presleys

    First of all, and I feel I should say this, if you think, that this movie has something to do with the late Elvis Presley, then you can except a lot of his songs in here. Well, there is not. There are a total of 3 songs sung by Elvis Presley. (Trouble, Such a Night and My Way). As the movie opens, Thomas Murphy (Kevin Costner), Michael (Kurt Russell), Hanson (Christian Slater), Gus (David Arquette), and Franklin (Bokeem Woodbine) are planning to rob a casino/hotel in Las Vegas disquised as Elvis Presleys. But the robbery turns into a bloodbath of violence. And the the 6 crook Jack (Howie Long), will pick them up from the casino/hotel in a helicopter. And thier plan is to meet a money launderer (Jon Lovitz). But Franklin dies in the helicopter after being shot in the casino/hotel. And soon Gus and Hanson are killed. Michael has the money first, but he is talked into taking a single mom (Courtney Cox from Friends) and her son (David Kaye). So I think that viewers for this movie be 17 and up, while younger people under 17 will just have to read about it.

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