Kuffs

Kuffs

Director: Bruce A. Evans Cast: Christian Slater, Tony Goldwyn, Milla Jovovich

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Overview

In Kuffs, Christian Slater plays George Kuffs, an irresponsible 21-year-old who walks out on his pregnant girlfriend Maya (Milla Jovovich) and runs, broke, to see his big brother Brad (Bruce Boxleitner) in San Francisco. Bruce is the owner of a Special Patrol, a franchised civilian auxiliary police force. During George's visit, Bruce is killed, and George, who witnessed the killing, takes over the patrol to seek revenge. But first George has to earn respect from the patrol, and at first all of them want him out. But with the help of a police liaison (Tony Goldwyn), he uncovers an illicit scheme involving $50 million, a case Bruce was just about to break when he was killed. George decides to stick around and complete the work his brother started.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/30/2019
UPC: 0826663197891
Original Release: 1992
Rating: PG-13
Source: Shout Factory
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:42:00
Sales rank: 20,300

Special Features

NEW audio commentary with co-writer/director Bruce A. Evans and Co-writer/producer Raynold Gideon; NEW a conversation with Bruce A. Evans and Raynold Gideon; NEW a conversation with composer Harold Faltermeyer; Trailers and TV spots

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christian Slater George Kuffs
Tony Goldwyn Ted Bukovsky
Milla Jovovich Maya Carlton
Bruce Boxleitner Brad Kuffs
Troy Evans Capt. Morino
George de la Pena Sam Jones
Leon Rippy Kane
Joshua Cadman Bill Donnelly
Mary Ellen Trainor Nikki Allyn
Kim Robillard Peter Coca
Scott Williamson Alan Eddy
Aki Aleong Mr. Chang
Lu Leonard Harriet
Sally Dennison Actor
Kevin Leidich Priest
Stephen Park Officer Favaro
Keith Polk Emergency Room Doctor
Julie Selzer Actor
Thunder Thunder
Ric Waugh Hood
Steve Holladay Hood
Chad Randall Hood
Clarke Coleman Hood
Craig Benton Paint Store Owner
Ashley Judd Wife of Paint Store Owner
Henry Sanders Building Owner
Dom Magwili Restaurant Owner
Susan Schelling Emergency Room Nurse
Loren Blackwell Stuart Burkis
Gary Munch Detective
Don Schlossman Police Officer
Janis Uhley Street Singer
Roger Rook Gun Salesman
Don S. Davis Gun Instructor
Phil Mishkin Inspector Doug Sticks
Jon Greene Cop
Julie Strain Kane's Girl
Zona Jaguar Kane' Girl
Erik Rondell Counterman
Ross Partridge Robert
John Apicella Janitor
Tim A. Davison Jumper
Megan Derry Nurse
Ryan Cutrona Florist
Dennis Holahan Dr. Carlton
Patricia J. Earnest Mrs. Carlton
Joe Hart Gun Salesman
Allan A. Apone Taxi Driver
Kenny Endoso Japanese Businessman
Al Goto Japanese Hood
Willie Leong Japanese Hood
Kelly D'Ettore Baby Sarah
Alexandra Paul The Chief's Wife (uncredited)

Technical Credits
Bruce A. Evans Director,Screenwriter
Allan A. Apone Makeup
Karole Armitage Choreography
Claire Jenora Bowin Set Decoration/Design
David Brownlow Sound/Sound Designer
Mel Dellar Producer
Sally Dennison Casting
David R. Ellis Stunts
Harold Faltermeyer Score Composer
Armin Ganz Production Designer
Ray Gideon Producer,Screenwriter
Dale Martin Special Effects
Victoria Paul Production Designer
Thomas del Ruth Cinematographer
Julie Selzer Casting
Steve Semel Editor
Mary Vogt Costumes/Costume Designer
Diana Williams Set Decoration/Design

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Kuffs 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Kuffs is a highly enjoyable Christian Slater film. Great narration. Very quirky ideas. Clever at a lot of times. Great acting by Christian Slater. There is a certain 'Johnny Depp' quality about Christian Slater when I saw this film. He pulled it off great. Great comedy. Very good lessons taught here also. Consider the film as a smart comedy about being stupid but lucky. A couple highest points in this film were the gunshot wound lesson and the subtitles while being duct taped. There are other great moments. It is very unpredictable and fun movie to watch. This movie has solidified me as a great Christian Slater fan. Although it was made in 1992, I find it hard to believe that I haven't seen films like this. That is amazing. This kind of thing just tells me that Hollywood is releasing the wrong kinds of films. Kudos to Bruce Evans for witty direction.