More tedious fluff from Touchstone, DISORGANIZED CRIME is a banal, wholly forgettable caper movie that attempts to be an entertaining blend of crime and comedy, but is crippled by a stupefying lack of originality. Squandering a likable cast, the film is set in Montana and introduces us
to Frank Salazar (Corbin Bernsen), a small-time hood planning the robbery of the local bank. After sending letters to a number of cohorts telling them where and when to gather, Salazar is delayed by two bumbling cops. Meanwhile, the gang arrives at the hideout, discovers Salazar's plan for the
heist, and decides that they can do the job without him. The script by director Jim Kouf ce...