6.31 h 34 min2001R
Aspiring boxer Bobby (Jon Favreau) and pal Ricky (Vince Vaughn) head to New York to become "made" mob men.
Jon Favreau
Jon FavreauVince VaughnSean Combs
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Famke JanssenFaizon LoveDavid Patrick O'haraVincent PastorePeter Falk
Jon FavreauVince VaughnJonathan Stark
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4.6 out of 5 stars

439 global ratings

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joel wingReviewed in the United States on September 7, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
How much can two losers screw up a secret job in New York City?
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Made was Jon Favreau’s directorial debut. He also co-produced, co-wrote and co-stared in the film with his friend Vince Vaughn. Favreau plays Bobby Ricigliano. His life is a struggle. He works for Max Reuben (Peter Falk) who has a wide range of businesses in Los Angeles. His girlfriend Jessica (Famke Janssen) is an exotic dancer, but he can’t stand people touching her. Jessica also has a little daughter. He takes care of his friend Ricky (Vaughn) who has even less going on than he does. Not only that but Ricky’s an idiot which causes all kinds of grief for Bobby. The movie is about their friendship through thick and thin.

The heart of the story is about Max sending Bobby and Ricky to New York for an unknown job. It turns out to be a comedy of errors. That starts with Ricky paging the stewardess non-stop. First he asks what the movie is going to be. When he doesn’t like the feature he’s told there are videos available. Then he rings her again and asks whether the videos will cost money. Then he rings her again to see if the drinks are complimentary. You get the picture. That’s just a hint at how bad things will get when they get to New York. Despite all that Bobby and Ricky remain friends.

The story takes two major twists which are unexpected, especially at the end, which is nothing like the rest of the film. It’s what keeps the story going and the movie interesting.

For Favreau’s debut as director this is pretty good. He and Vaughn also hold down the story as the two leads, and there’s plenty to laugh at especially with Ricky’s antics.
Todd M.Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2018
2.0 out of 5 stars
It’s not Swingers.
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I had some doubts about this one because trying a comedic mobster movie usually doesn’t work and this one was no exception though we did bail out about 40-minutes into it. Vince Vaughn's role as Ricky was annoyingly over the top and not at all humorous and he did little but act stupid and would do exactly what he shouldn’t and/or was told not to do and it doesn’t take long for that to wear thin. We just couldn’t take another hour of dumb dialog knowing that Ricky would likely never shut up and would likely just continue is obnoxious behavior we felt this was already a failed attempt as a crime drama, a comedy and a mobster movie so it was time to change channels.
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on March 14, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not a better movie than Swingers but funnier.
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Many people will compare this movie to Swingers: a movie I thought was better quality in acting and script but Made is, in my opinion, the funnier movie. More specifically, I think it's Vince Vaughn's funniest movie. If you don't like his style of comedic acting then stay away; he takes over most of this movie. And maybe this isn't the best criteria for rating a movie but, like Swingers, there are so many lines that get stuck in your everyday speech. From the handful of friends who also enjoy this movie, there's hardly a few weeks that go by that we can't crowbar some quote from Made into a conversation. Yeah, it's that type of movie: simple but fun.
Linda Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Obnoxiously funny
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Very funny you really want to kill one of the guys he is the most obnoxious thing if that humor appeals to you you will love this movie
Richard T. McGownReviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
We are back to The original $80
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Excellent. Better than Swingers to me, it’s kind of a sequel I think. Vince Vaughn is in a one of a kind roll not seen again till Old Schiol & Jon Faveruv is excellent (even though I messed up his last name). Puff Daddy or whatever he is now is good too. Recommend for any Swinger fan
smartyshopperReviewed in the United States on January 17, 2019
2.0 out of 5 stars
Mediocre stuff
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In this film, Vince Vaughn is just tedious, not even funny, and no big payoff for sitting through the suffering. The camera work goes along with the writing, mediocre as well.
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MartinReviewed in the United States on October 7, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Top 10 cult film of all time
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Classic Vince and classic Jon are at it again. Underrated film. Outtakes are hilarious. Funny movie, although subtle...throughout. If you don't think it's funny...that's're just not that funny yourself.
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Steven BaumReviewed in the United States on April 19, 2013
4.0 out of 5 stars
Attention Vince Vaughn fans
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I consider myself a Vince Vaughn fan & he does not disappoint. He is at his best as a big mouth who gets his friend in trouble for dragging him in the situation. We all have a friend who we wonder why we keep as a friend, well that is who Vaughn plays. The plot is weak, but almost plausible. Just don't over think it & enjoy the ride! The bottom line, you will be happy with buying it new!
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