Hit and Run: So much better than the title suggests

With an off-the-shelf title like "Hit and Run," I had worked up less than a white-hot enthusiasm to see this movie, but it's a lot more fun than the title suggests. How many chase comedies have you seen where the hero's sexy girlfriend has a doctorate in nonviolent conflict resolution? Her counseling would have been invaluable to the U.S. marshal (Tom Arnold) in an early scene where he attempts to shoot his own SUV.  

There's a lot of funny stuff in the movie, but the most unexpected comes from Arnold, who has been uneven, to say the least, in his movies. His marshal, named Randy, works with the federal witness protection program and is assigned to protect a likable guy named, yes, Charlie Bronson (Dax Shepard). We meet Charlie in the arms of his sweet girlfriend, Annie (Kristen Bell); they live in a bucolic Northern California town, where she teaches in a local college. She has no idea he's a witness who needs protecting.

Good news brings trouble. Annie gets... (FULL REVIEW)

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