Quick Change Synopsis
Clownish trio (Bill Murray, Geena Davis, Randy Quaid) robs bank but can't get out of New York.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Rick Groen
Delightfully inventive, consistently funny, clever but not slick, brisk yet never antic, Quick Change is the perfect cinematic date - a...
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San Francisco Chronicle

What's surprising about Quick Change, particularly in light of his more recent mega-budget efforts, is its witty affability. [15 Jul 1990,...
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Chicago Tribune

By Dave Kehr
It's a particularly great pleasure to encounter Quick Change, a wonderfully loose and graceful character comedy. [13 Jul 990, p.C]
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TV Guide

Quick Change unfolds cleverly, keeping the audience in the dark on the robbery plot throughout the film's opening reel.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Quick Change is a funny but not an inspired comedy. It has two directors - Howard Franklin and Bill Murray - and I wonder if that has...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Quick Change starts out fast and loose — it gets the audience primed for a ripsnorting caper comedy. Yet almost nothing that follows is as...
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Boston Globe

By Jay Carr
As a performer, Murray moves through the film with a lovely doomed aplomb. And his quick verbal wit is almost enough to pull Quick Change...
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USA Today

By Susan Wloszczyna
Don't look for any belly laughs, but Quick Change will help you put on a happy face. [13 Jul 1990, p. 4D]
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Wall Street Journal

By Julie Salamon
Mr. Murray and his co-director, Howard Franklin, who adapted Jay Cronley's novel for the screen, succeed mainly in illuminating what made...
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Derivative and blindingly dull, Quick Change is an occasion for a quick nap.
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This is one of Bill Murray's best

By brocktoon
and I would be it right up there with stripes and groundhog day, and yes over caddyshack (which I find overrated). This is a very funny movie start to finish...

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Rated R