‘The Misfits’: Pierce Brosnan And Nick Cannon Are Wannabe Misfits In Outdated And Suspense-less Heist

‘The Misfits’: Pierce Brosnan And Nick Cannon Are Wannabe Misfits In Outdated And Suspense-less Heist
Photo: ‘The Misfits’/The Avenue Entertainment ‘The Misfits’ - A Poor Taste Heist Film 'The Misfits,' not to be confused with the 1961 western-drama film starring Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable, is an outdated and rather poor-taste comedy heist of wannabe misfits. Director Renny Harlin alongside writers Robert Henny (‘Who’s Your Caddy’) and Kurt Wimmer (‘Point Break’), conceived a film with a few attractive criminals, threw them in the Middle East, and wrote jokes with a poor taste of terrorism and stereotypes. The film stars Golden Globe nominee Pierce Brosnan who plays Richard Pace, a playboy, pick-pocketing thief who has a thing for expensive watches. After escaping from prison, he meets a team who classifies themselves as "The Misfits," and honestly, there isn't anything "misfit" about them. Related article: A Tribute to Cannes Film Festival: A Celebration of Cinema, Glamour, and Humanity | Statement From Hollywood Insider’s CEO
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