Scorched

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A handful of disgruntled bank employees decide to stage a robbery, but with no plans of doing it together, in this comedy. Sheila Alicia Silverstone is a teller at a small town bank who reaches her breaking point when her boyfriend, Rick Becker Joshua Leonard, who also happens to be her boss, breaks up with her after three years of stringing her along, both emotionally and professionally. In order to get revenge against Rick, Sheila decides to rob the bank, but come the night of the heist, she discovers she ...
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Overview

A handful of disgruntled bank employees decide to stage a robbery, but with no plans of doing it together, in this comedy. Sheila Alicia Silverstone is a teller at a small town bank who reaches her breaking point when her boyfriend, Rick Becker Joshua Leonard, who also happens to be her boss, breaks up with her after three years of stringing her along, both emotionally and professionally. In order to get revenge against Rick, Sheila decides to rob the bank, but come the night of the heist, she discovers she wasn't the only person with similar plans that evening. Stuart Paulo Costanzo wants some adventure in his life, and plans to loot the bank vault to finance a gambling vacation in Las Vegas with his brother Max David Krumholtz. And put-upon teller Jason Woody Harrelson wants to clear out the safety deposit box of foul-tempered local tycoon Charles Merchant John Cleese, not knowing that Shmally Rachael Leigh Cook, a clerk at a clothing store with a score to settle against Merchant, already has her own plans for dealing with him. Scorched was shot in 2001, but didn't play in American theaters until 2003, though it did enjoy a run in Europe during the interim.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/7/2009
  • UPC: 687797316196
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: Millennium
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,882

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rachael Leigh Cook Shmally
Alicia Silverstone Sheila
Woody Harrelson Jason
John Cleese Charles Merchant
Paulo Costanzo Stuart
Gavin Grazer Cletis
David Krumholtz Max
Joshua Leonard Rick Becker
Ivan Sergei Mark
Steven Shenbaum Winston
Jeffrey Tambor
Marcus Thomas Carter Doleman
Max Wein Loomis
Technical Credits
Gavin Grazer Director
Al Corley Producer
Cindy Cowan Executive Producer
Felicia Fasano Casting
Cassendre De Le Fortrie Costumes/Costume Designer
John Frizzell Score Composer
Heather Goodwin Costumes/Costume Designer
Barklie K. Griggs Musical Direction/Supervision
Kathryn Himoff Editor
Bruce Douglas Johnson Cinematographer
Kyle Lundberg Executive Producer
Eugene Musso Producer
Patti Podesta Production Designer
Hadeel Reda Executive Producer
Bart Rosenblatt Producer
Daniel Sherman Executive Producer
Gary Smith Executive Producer
Mary Vernieu Casting
Joe Wein Original Story, Screenwriter
Max Wein Executive Producer, Original Story
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Scorched
1. Main Titles [4:17]
2. Monday [11:01]
3. Job Hunting [7:05]
4. Safety Box [8:41]
5. Locking Up [8:40]
6. Up the Hill [7:48]
7. The Cheese [8:43]
8. Dog Chase [7:50]
9. Worst Date Ever [8:26]
10. Interview [8:05]
11. Bruised [8:11]
12. End Credits [5:39]
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  • Posted September 7, 2012

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    I love this moviie; most of it. There are few scenes here and t

    I love this moviie; most of it. There are few scenes here and there that could have boon less silly. But some of the goofier parts really are funny. i watch it often.

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