Welcome to Collinwood

Overview

A group of likable losers try to pull of what by their standards seems like a major heist in this offbeat crime comedy, loosely based on the classic Italian caper comedy I Soliti Ignoti. A group of sad sacks living in a rundown neighborhood in Cleveland all have one thing in common -- they need money, and aren't especially fussy about how they get it. Riley William H. Macy is a guy whose wife has been sent to jail, leaving him to look after their baby, when she's unable to pay a fine. Pero Sam Rockwell is in love...
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A group of likable losers try to pull of what by their standards seems like a major heist in this offbeat crime comedy, loosely based on the classic Italian caper comedy I Soliti Ignoti. A group of sad sacks living in a rundown neighborhood in Cleveland all have one thing in common -- they need money, and aren't especially fussy about how they get it. Riley William H. Macy is a guy whose wife has been sent to jail, leaving him to look after their baby, when she's unable to pay a fine. Pero Sam Rockwell is in love with a beautiful girl Jennifer Esposito who has a roving eye, and he's convinced that a bigger bankroll would help him win her heart. Leon Isaiah Washington is a hipster who wants to keep his sister, Michelle Gabrielle Union, out of trouble. Basil Andrew Davoli is a guy with bad luck, and eyes for Michelle. And Toto Michael Jeter is a small-time crook looking for something to do -- if it's profitable, all the better. Someone gets the bright idea that a robbery might be the answer to everyone's problems, and with the help of Jerzy George Clooney, a safe-cracker confined to a wheelchair, they set out to find the right target. Welcome to Collinwood was the first feature film from the writing and directing team of Anthony Russo and Joe Russo; filmmaker Steven Soderbergh and co-star George Clooney served as producers.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Exposed! The Secrets of Some Desperate Characters in Welcome To Collinwood: Uncensored; Learn Collinwood's Unique Lingo With Definitions and Etymologies; ; Theatrical Trailers; Cast/Director Film Highlights; ; Closed Caption
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/19/2005
  • UPC: 762188552824
  • Original Release: 2002
  • Rating:

  • Source: BARNES & NOBLE
  • Region Code: 1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:26:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Luis Guzman Cosimo
Michael Jeter Toto
Patricia Clarkson Rosalind
Andrew Davoli Basil
Isaiah Washington Leon
William H. Macy Riley
Sam Rockwell Pero
Gabrielle Union Michelle
Jennifer Esposito Carmela
George Clooney Jerzy
Technical Credits
Joe Russo Director, Screenwriter
Anthony Russo Director, Screenwriter
Jeffree Bloomer Sound/Sound Designer
George Clooney Producer
Ben Cosgrove Executive Producer
Amy E. Duddleston Editor
Meg Everist Set Decoration/Design
James Henney Associate Producer
Hendrik Hey Executive Producer
Denise Hudson Art Director
Casey La Scala Executive Producer
Hunt Lowry Executive Producer
Tom Meyer Production Designer
Charles Minsky Cinematographer
Mark Mothersbaugh Score Composer
Juliet Polcsa Costumes/Costume Designer
Lisa Rinzler Cinematographer
Christine Sheaks Casting
Scott Shiffman Co-producer
Steven Soderbergh Producer
Glen Trotiner Asst. Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Welcome to Collinwood
1. Not-So-Grand Theft Auto [2:40]
2. Mullinski For A Bellini [4:18]
3. Basil and Leon [3:41]
4. Riley [2:07]
5. Pero [2:43]
6. A Krazner Tale [3:33]
7. Equal Shares [3:08]
8. Jerzy's Fee [4:43]
9. Bad News Babitch [3:27]
10. How To Meet a Maid [5:33]
11. Cosimo's Out [2:52]
12. Punchy Over Carmela [4:52]
13. Unexpected Departures [2:47]
14. Ready For The Job [2:20]
15. Arrangements For Tonight [4:40]
16. Looking Like A Kupuchnik [2:38]
17. Surprise! [:31]
18. Keys, Please [3:15]
19. Downs and Ups [2:04]
20. Keep Your Pants On [2:56]
21. The Cat Again [2:34]
22. Antwerp At Work [3:17]
23. Got A Match? [2:55]
24. Not Our Night [3:57]
25. End Credits [3:18]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Welcome to Collinwood
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         William H. Macy - Riley
         Isaiah Washington - Leon
         Sam Rockwell - Pero
         Michael Jeter - Toto
         Luis Guzmán - Cosimo
         Patricia Clarkson - Rosalind
         Andrew Davoli - Basil
         George Clooney - Jerzy
         Jennifer Esposito - Carmela
         Gabrielle Union - Michelle
         Produced by George Clooney And Steven Soderbergh
         Written and Directed by Anthony Russo & Joe Russo
      Welcome To Collinwood: Uncensored
      Definitions And Etymologies
         Bellini
      Theatrical Trailer
   Languages
      Spoken Language
         English
         Français (Dubbed in Quebec)
      Subtitles
         English
         Français
         Español
         Subtitles: Off
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FALL ON THE FLOOR FUNNY

    This is the funniest, laugh-out-loud movie I've seen in ages. Michael Jeeter hanging from the rafters with his undies falling off STILL brings tears to my eyes. A MUST SEE.

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