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Mad Dog Time

Rated R for violence, language and sexuality.

R 93min.
 
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A group of mobsters fight for control in this satirical comedy-drama. Vic (Richard Dreyfuss) is a not-especially-stable crime boss who -- following a spell in a mental hospital after being diagnosed with schizophrenia -- is sent home and is ready to ... Read More
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Rita Everly
Ben London
Mickey Holliday
Jules Flamingo
Jake Parker
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