- Starring: Bill Murray, Geena Davis, Randy Quaid
- Summary: Grimm, a frazzled urbanite, disguises himself as a clown and sets out to rob a bank. Swiping a million bucks is a snap compared to getting out of town. Grimm and cohorts commandeer a car, a cab, a bus, a baggage tram and a plane to make what becomes for them a less-than-merry escape. (Warner Bros. Studio)… Expand
- Director: Bill Murray
- Genre(s): Comedy, Crime
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100Delightfully inventive, consistently funny, clever but not slick, brisk yet never antic, Quick Change is the perfect cinematic date - a summer film for all seasons, the kind of sharp-edged picture that gives lightweight a good name. [14 Jul 1990, p.C3]
80The comedy of Quick Change is city-dweller humor, honed to a fine edge and site-specific to New York because the Big Apple is more or less on its knees, civility-wise. All it needs is a lethally funny comedy like this to give it the coup de grace. [13 Jul 1990, p.1]
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