By Marc Bernardin
Updated August 10, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT

Elvis Presley made 30-some-odd movies in his motion picture career, and they all had two things in common: Elvis pretty much played the same character (a genial Southern boy who gets into girl trouble with his looks and gets out of it with a song) and none of the films were very good. They are all, however, better than this flick, which buries a decent premise — five Elvis impersonators rob a casino during Elvis week in Vegas — under sloppy direction, hammy acting, and unimaginative writing. The only thrill to be found is in seeing Russell, who played Elvis 22 years ago in a memorable TV biopic, back in the King’s duds.

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