Los Angeles Times - 12/15/1989
"...WE'RE NO ANGELS is full of interesting things. It's a more intelligent, daring, textured work than many recent big studio movies..."
Two escaped convicts on the run (Robert De Niro and Sean Penn) try to outsmart the law by masquerading as priests. Their goal is to find a way into Canada before they are discovered. The plan is complicated, however, when one of them falls in love with a hot-tempered woman (Demi Moore) with some unanswered prayers of her own. This updating of the 1955 Humphrey Bogart film of the same name was scripted by playwright David Mamet.