“Flypaper” is a crime-comedy film released in 2011, directed by Rob Minkoff. The movie stars Patrick Dempsey, Ashley Judd, and Tim Blake Nelson in lead roles.
The story follows Tripp (played by Patrick Dempsey), a man who becomes trapped in a bank during a robbery by two groups of criminals who are unaware of each other’s presence. Tripp, who suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder, tries to remain calm and find a way out of the situation while the robbers’ plans become increasingly complicated and dangerous.
As the plot unfolds, it becomes clear that nothing is as it seems, and the characters’ motivations and loyalties are constantly called into question. The film blends elements of comedy and suspense, creating a unique and entertaining viewing experience.
Although “Flypaper” received mixed reviews from critics, it has developed a small cult following over the years, with many praising its clever writing, quirky characters, and unexpected twists and turns. It remains a popular choice for fans of crime-comedy films and those looking for a fun and entertaining movie with a unique premise.
Duration: 87 min.