3 Family Crimes Movies

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Can you avoid criminals when they are in your own family?

3 Family Crimes Movies for you that are worth watching to learn more about that.

1 The Family (2013)
A family tries to start a new life in France, away from their old criminal world, they had to leave when their lives were at risk.

Husband, wife, and children try to fit into the small community in their own way.

But this family is too strange to don’t be noticed, ending up attracting their old enemies’ attention.

A comedy with spurts of action and an evil irony to which the director Luc Besson with a couple of parents like Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer very mad and auto-ironic.

A movie perhaps a bit too unfairly forgotten despite offering its two hours of honest entertainment.

The Family
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2 The Grifters (1990)
He has always been a scammer since he was a little kid.

But now is in the sight of a beautiful girl who wants to cheat him in turn.

Meanwhile, his mother gets into trouble with a dangerous mobster.

A criminal family fighting against the world and each other, where only one will be the winner.

Great noir by Stephen Frears, in a world without honor and money is the only true god.

Unforgettable triptych of actors with a super cast composed of Anjelica Huston, John Cusack, and Annette Bening.

A must-have.

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3 Matchstick Men (2003)
After years of no contact from his ex-wife, he discovers that has a daughter.

A daughter who wants to meet him and know everything about his life and his work.

And when she finds out he’s a crook, she then wants dad to teach her all his little tricks.

A great game of mirrors within fantastic characters managed by the great Ridley Scott.

A crime family comedy with another trio of exceptional actors such as Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, and the young and talented Alison Lohman.

Not to be missed in every collection and a truly worthy conclusion to these 3 Family Crimes Movies.

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