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Dirty Work - Movie Synopsis & Plot

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Don't get even ... let Dirty Work, Inc., do it for you!

Ever want to get revenge on someone but are too afraid of the consequences? Ever wish you could get someone else to do the Dirty Work for you?

Meet Mitch Weaver (Norm Macdonald), a one-time human punching bag who is about to turn his youthful trauma into a thriving business. Picked on, laughed at and beaten up, Mitch and fellow misfit Sam McKenna (Artie Lange) survive their childhood years not by keeping a low profile but by plotting and carrying out revenge on every small-time despot that crosses their path. From school bullies to meter maids to felonious crossing guards, nobody is safe from their wrath.

But with childhood's idyll far behind them and no way to avenge unemployment, Mitch and Sam find themselves desperate for cash when Sam's dad Pops (Jack Warden) requires expensive heart surgery. What are a couple of losers to do? Even a phone sex line won't hire them. There's got to be a better way to make a buck than clinical trials.

Upon hitting rock bottom, Mitch and Sam think the unthinkable. Why not make money doing what comes naturally to them?

Welcome to the newly incorporated Dirty Work, Inc., where revenge is as easy to buy as a new pair of shoes. MGM Pictures presents Dirty Work, a comedy about love, hate, revenge and cold hard cash written by Norm Macdonald, Frank Sebastiano and Fred Wolf based on an original screenplay by Macdonald and Sebastiano. In addition to Macdonald, who makes his feature film writing and starring debut, Dirty Work also stars Chevy Chase (Vegas Vacation), Christopher McDonald (Leave It To Beaver), Jack Warden (While You Were Sleeping), Artie Lange (MAD-TV), Traylor Howard (Boston Commons) and Don Rickles (Casino).

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