Randy and the Mob
Randy and the Mob (2007)

A good ol' boy from the middle-class suburbs of Atlanta becomes indebted to the mob in actor-turned-director/screenwriter Ray McKinnon's quirky crime comedy. Randy (McKinnon) is about as American as baseball and apple pie.… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: September 1, 2009
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Critic Score: 56% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Duane Byrge
Hollywood Reporter

Filmmaker-actor Ray McKinnon voices his Southern droll in this amusing, feel-good comedy.

Bob Longino
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

It's a film brimming with individual scenes featuring nice visual touches about the South and comforting down-home dialogue spiced with a healthy twinge of sarcasm. Too bad the movie never completely gels.

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Philip Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

...the sort of movie that, if the dice fall right, could find a considerable audience. It is a lot smarter and truer to life than a lot of little independent movies that could and did.

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Roger Moore
Orlando Sentinel

Not a very good movie, on the whole, but there are laugh-out-loud moments and there's promise in the unusual world it depicts.

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Matt Brunson
Creative Loafing

Arch in a way that his previous feature was honest, it's a clumsy attempt to lay an overcoat of forced cornpone whimsy on a drab storyline involving mobsters.

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John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

The influences of a strange outside world rub up against -- and sometimes abrade -- Southern tradition and a good ol' boy's increasingly fragile sense of self in this dry, gentle, sometimes silly and sometimes very funny comedy.

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Joe Leydon
Variety

A Southern-fried deadpan farce that suggests a mid-'60s CBS sitcom as reimagined by Hal Hartley.

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Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle

It's just that the comedy and the drama never quite crystalize into anything remotely affecting, with the end result feeling more like some extended Southern in-joke than an honest movie.

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Jonathan W. Hickman
Entertainment Insiders

Slow-cooked to perfection

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