Ben Gazzara is a nightclub owner who can’t stop losing huge amounts of cash to shady gangsters. The gangsters he owns money to now are willing to forgive the debt, but only if he kills a Chinese bookie. 135 more words
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Seven people on a bench on Spring Garden Road, crushed together, rump to rump, staring off in different directions, waiting for the bus.
One gazed up into the gray streaked sky at a series of crows and seagulls circling, no doubt, some faraway meat or, perhaps, a smattering of leftover fastfood french fries. 475 more words
Wow. What a film. Talk about a movie that just screams I am man! Now, I won’t say I was happy to have spent three hours with three unlikable rude jerks, but I wouldn’t want to ever take back those three hours either. 498 more words
Prior to watching John Cassavetes‘ A Child is Waiting I couldn’t figure out why I haven’t heard too much, if any, mention of it before, especially when considering its two big name stars; 351 more words