Three Fugitives
Three Fugitives (1989)

After stumbling upon a bank robbery, an ex-con is taken hostage by the bumbling thief, who is stealing the money for the sake of his mute daughter. The three reluctantly band together, and the unlikely trio are soon on the run from the law… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: January 27, 1989
DVD Release Date: April 2, 2002
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Critic Score: 14% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Brian Costello
Common Sense Media

Violence and profanity in unfunny, dated '80s comedy.

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Walter Chaw
Film Freak Central

Interesting now only as a better-forgotten relic of a time in which people actually paid full-ticket price to see Martin Short in a movie.

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Clint Morris

Sweet, Silly and Satisfying..

David Nusair
Reel Film Reviews irredeemably uneven piece of work...

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Flixster Audience Score: 50% Flixster User Reviews
Lucas Martins
The style of Francis Veber is nice, could be better and Nolte again, does the 'rude bad guy' but still Martin Short make Three Fugitives an… More
Candy Rose
Nick has just left prison and bumps into Martin who robs a bank, but the cops think Nick has done it, so they go on the run.
Wahida K
They rob banks. She steals hearts.
xGary Xx
A kind of family version of 48 hours, Nick Nolte keeps it watchable, but we've seen it all before countless times.
Lady D'arbanville
This is a great film, Martin Short is very funny in this
Dean McKenna
Nick Nolte, not really a comic natural, gruffs and grumbles his way through as hunky straight man to Martin Short's calamitous comedian. Short runs with… More