Crispin Glover is a national treasure.
Famous for bringing George McFly to nerdy life in Back to the Future (and for roundhouse kicking David Letterman on late night TV), the whip-thin character actor is an absolute original.
He’s the main reason to see this amped-up heist flick, crafted by Roger Avary, the often-forgotten second writer to get an Oscar for Pulp Fiction.
Glover plays a psychopathic hit man who speaks with a French accent (even though he’s not French) and is prone to crushing passerby with his stolen low-rider.
Like the man himself, the performance is something to behold.