Thin Ice (2011) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1512240/
In Thin Ice, Greg Kinnear plays a dickish insurance agent who attempts to steal a valuable antique violin from a cooky old man he insures played by Alan Arkin. Obviously, **** hits the fan, someone gets murdered, and Kinnear is forced to partner with an unstable former criminal turned locksmith played by Billy Crudup.
Thin Ice does a great job of blending comedy with thrills as the stakes and laughs escalate throughout the movie. The movie is fast paced and even the bit roles are filled with actors/actresses who people are sure to recognize. I had a lot of "Of that woman or that guy is in this too" moments while watching the movie.
I'd recommend giving this a watch. I think a lot of people dismissed this as a Fargo knock off and didn't give it a second look. There are many similar elements, especially considering this movie is set in rural Wisconsin (lots of snow) and some of the characters are a bit cartoonish. But, Thin Ice is an entertaining crime movie.
You've seen the get rich quick scheme now unravels movie a hundred times. Thin Ice is another entertaining entry into that mix.