Nothing to Lose
Nothing to Lose (1997)

Two men with nothing in common become unlikely companions in this comedy. Advertising executive Nick Beame (Tim Robbins) is not having a good day when he comes home from work to discover that his wife Ann (Kelly Preston) is having an affair… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: July 18, 1997
DVD Release Date: October 30, 2001
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Critic Score: 28% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune

Nothing to Lose is mainstream, mildly entertaining, but clearly a money grab by [Tim] Robbins and his less-in-demand co-star, Martin Lawrence.

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Karina Montgomery

Too embarrassing for Robbins

Phil Villarreal
Arizona Daily Star

A fantastic comedy. Lawrence and Robbins share an electric chemstry.

Susan Wloszczyna
USA Today

A bumpy buddy romp that's mildly winning thanks to its stars.

Clint Morris

Robbins and Lawrence make the perfect duo. Funny as hell.

Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

Risadas não faltam a este filme.

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Michael Dequina

For every fresh, funny scene... there is another that is incredibly forced.

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Audrey Rock-Richardson
Tooele Transcript-Bulletin (Utah)

Robbins' understated depression and Lawrence' hyperactive ranting are the perfectly hilarious foil for one another.

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Flixster Audience Score: 68% Flixster User Reviews
EightThirty .
04/09/2011 (ONLINE) <b>FUNNY! </b>I enjoyed this awkward partnership that made things dangerously hilarious. Putting oil with water only causes… More
Tim Salmons
Forgettable mid-nineties comedy that did absolutely nothing for Martin Lawrence's career - or for Tim Robinson's for that matter.
Bethany Murphy
Hilarious. Tim Robbins and Martin Lawerence make a surprisingly brilliant comedy act. Must see film!
Phil Hubbs
Martin Lawrence's best comedy ever haha and a surprisingly funny match up with Robbins made this a surprisingly good film. There are some really good… More
Cassie Hill
Doesn't even deserve half of a star.
Jason Owens
Man I loved this movie when it was was flat out hilarious, especially the part where Robbins has fire dancing on his shoes.