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Richard LaBrie (written by) &
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13 September 1991 (USA) See more »
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Billy Zane ... Joey Turks

Jennifer Beals ... Mona

Darren McGavin ... Hank Dick

James Le Gros ... Lance

Mark Pellegrino ... Bart
Nicholas Worth ... Spuntz

Harry Shearer ... Sammy Rhodes
Steve Freedman ... Lounge Lizard
Billy Bastiani ... Mort (as William Bastiani)

Patrick Cupo ... Stone (as Pat Cupo)
Patrick O'Bryan ... Barton (as Pat O'Bryan)
Tracy Coley ... Ack

Ellen Albertini Dow ... Old Lady
Lyvingston Holmes ... Thelma
Andy Prieboy ... Mona's Band
Steven Brenner ... Mona's Band
Dorian MacDougall ... Mona's Band
Eric Helms ... Lance's Band: 'Das Klown'
Lantz Krantz ... Lance's Band: 'Das Klown'
Robert Lundstrom ... Lance's Band: 'Das Klown'

Directed by
Jeffrey Reiner 
Writing credits
Richard LaBrie (written by) &
Jeffrey Reiner (written by)

Produced by
Michael Bennett .... line producer
Paul Colichman .... executive producer
Miles A. Copeland III .... executive producer
Richard LaBrie .... producer
Harold Welb .... executive producer
Original Music by
Vinny Golia (music composed by)
Cinematography by
Declan Quinn (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Richard LaBrie 
Jeffrey Reiner 
Casting by
Donald Paul Pemrick  (as Don Pemrick)
Production Design by
Pamela Woodbridge 
Art Direction by
Wendy Guidery 
Set Decoration by
Robert Stover 
Costume Design by
Jan Rowton (wardrobe designer)
Makeup Department
Brenda Moen .... hair stylist
Brenda Moen .... makeup artist
Susan Reiner .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Toni Phillips .... executive in charge of production
Steven Reich .... executive in charge of production
Graham Stumpf .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Cass Jr. .... second assistant director (as David Cass)
Gregory L. Everage .... first assistant director (as Gregory Everage)
Jessica Levin .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Richard Brunton .... lead man
Tom Ingersoll .... assistant property master
Brenton L. Lane .... property master (as Brenton Littlefield Lane)
Steven M. Rood .... assistant property master (as Steven Rood)
Sound Department
Gregg Barbanell .... foley walker
Richard Bock .... sound editor (as Richard C. Bock)
Stephen R. Brown .... boom operator (as Stephen Brown)
Giovanni Di Simone .... sound mixer
Alison Fisher .... adr editor
Scott Kosar .... assistant sound editor
Dimitri Kotsaras .... apprentice sound editor
Hal Levinsohn .... supervising sound editor
Larry Oatfield .... re-recording mixer (as E. Larry Oatfield)
David Parker .... supervising re-recording mixer
David Rennie .... assistant sound editor
Joan Rowe .... foley walker
Special Effects by
Kevin McCarthy .... special effects coordinator
G. Bruno Stempel .... special effects technician (as Bruno Stempel)
Mike Sullivan .... special effects technician
David A. Poole .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Stanley Miller .... animation camera
Gregory J. Barnett .... stunts (as Gregory Barnett)
BJ Davis .... stunts (as B.J. Davis)
Christopher Doyle .... stunts (as Chris Doyle)
Terry James .... stunts
Dennis Madalone .... stunts
Tim Trella .... stunt coordinator
Merritt Yohnka .... stunts (as Merrit Yohnka)
Camera and Electrical Department
David Ariniello .... grip
David Avallone .... third electrician
Stephenie Blakemore .... electrician (as Stephanie Blakemore)
Stacey Cohen-Maitre .... additional assistant camera (as Stacey Ann Cohen)
Jeffrey De La Rosa .... best boy electric (as Jeff De La Rosa)
Dick Deats .... dolly grip (as Richard Deats)
Jim Denny .... gaffer
Greg Fausak .... additional grip (as Gregory Fausak)
Kirk R. Gardner .... Steadicam operator
Richard Gioia .... first assistant camera (as Rick Gioia)
Dean Hayasaka .... rigging gaffer
Bernie Horn-Bostel .... additional grip (as Bernie Hornbostel)
Jenny Hwozdek .... electrician
Rick Lamb .... additional assistant camera
John Joseph Minardi .... best boy grip
Matthew Thomas Moles .... best boy grip (as Matthew Moles)
Phil Monaskahian .... additional grip (as Phil Monaskanian)
John C. Nadeau .... dolly grip (as John Nadeau)
Katie Nilson .... electrician
Dwayne Platz .... additional grip
Jim Redden .... additional grip
Jordan Riefe .... second assistant camera
Pete Romano .... underwater photographer
Kevin Smyth .... key grip
Ted Soqui .... unit photographer
Bill Tunnicliffe .... third electrician
Greg Ulrich .... additional second assistant camera
Jim Denny .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Gregory Concors .... casting assistant
Chris Trainor .... extras casting: Film Train
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kristen Anacker .... wardrobe supervisor
Carol LaBrie .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Scott Kosar .... second assistant editor
David Rennie .... assistant editor
Music Department
Alex Cline .... musician: drums
Nels Cline .... musician: guitar
Gary Denton .... score engineer
Gary Denton .... score mixer
Brad Dutz .... musician: percussion
Ken Filiano .... musician: acoustic bass
John Fumo .... musician: flugelhorn and trumpet
Vinny Golia .... musician: woodwinds
Scott Gould .... assistant score engineer
Wayne Peet .... musician: piano
Kim Richmond .... musician: woodwinds
Steubig .... musician: 6 string electric bass
Michael Vlatkovich .... musician: trombone (as Mike Vlatkovich)
Transportation Department
John Blenkhorn .... transportation captain
Michael Burnette .... transportation coordinator
Steve Earle .... driver (as Stefe Earle)
Gary Louzan .... transportation coordinator
Michael Marr .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Rachel Atkinson .... script supervisor
Anthony Berrie .... production controller
A. Nage Canchola .... craft service
Liz Chiz .... assistant: Ms. Phillips
Paul Clowdus .... assistant production controller
Melissa Cobb .... production associate
Janice Convery .... production coordinator
Donna Corwin .... studio teacher
Mickey Cottrell .... unit publicist
Larry Da Silva .... production financing (as Larry DaSilva)
Steve Earle .... mechanic (as Stefe Earle)
Kergan Edwards .... production assistant
Michael Garbe .... financial affairs: I.R.S. Media
Sue Hollingsworth .... production assistant
Peggy Hughes .... key set production assistant
Jeanette Kremer .... craft service (as Jeannette Kremer)
Georgette Lebitty .... assistant: Mr. Copeland
Sam Mandel .... legal affairs: I.R.S. Media
Charles Mcdonald .... title designer (as Charles McDonald)
Lorena Petani .... location manager
Douglas Purgason .... production secretary
Jeff Reich .... production assistant
Doree Reno .... business affairs: I.R.S. Media
Duncan Rouleau .... production office manager
Lilli Rouleau .... assistant: Mr. Colichman (as Lilli Fields Rouleau)
Kelly Ann Ryan .... location assistant (as Kellyann Ryan)
Patrick Shiffrar .... assistant: Mr. Reich
Bailey Spencer .... legal affairs: I.R.S. Media
Rachel Villa .... location auditor
Seth Willenson .... marketing consultant
Harley Williams .... legal affairs: I.R.S. Media
Bundy Chanock .... set medic (uncredited)
Tom Accinelli .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Karen Bohannon-Gaunty .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
John Boorman .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Rick Dinkle .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Caitlin Elise .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Steven Fayne .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to (as Steve Fayne)
Fritz Friedman .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Samuel Fuller .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to (as Sam Fuller)
Sharon Green .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Richard Hahn .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Susannah Johnson .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Seth Kaplan .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Evan Louis .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Lee Marvin .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Tim Nichols .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Reid Shane .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Cindy Sison .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Marion Spiegelman .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Richard Widmark .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
Kurt Woolner .... the filmmakers wish to express their gratitude to
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Rated R for language, violence, sensuality, and drug content
USA:99 min
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14 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Brilliant Movie, 24 March 2006
Author: cypherc from United States

If you get a chance to catch this obscure movie, you're in for a treat. What could be more fun than a wannabe criminal (Joey Turks) who is too honest to get beyond petty thief, being chased by a gay hit-man and his fat crime boss (Spuntz), being framed by an aging police detective (Hank Dick) for the murder of a low-life trash talking' drug dealer, and as fate would have it, finding the girl of his dreams and falling in love - all on the same day. Nevermind the run-ins with the wannabe-masochist ex boyfriend and the criminal turned philosopher turned daddy... No, Joey has bigger problems! It seems that someone has stolen the entire supply of a new street drug called libido from H. Spunz who is very unhappy. Spunz thinks Joey took the drugs and Detective Dick thinks Joey will lead him to Spunz. All Joey wants to do is get out of town.

This brilliantly-written and superbly cast movie is entertaining from start to finish. The characters are so well conceived that you'll laugh just looking at them. The hit-man (Bart) and ex-boyfriend (Lance) are especially funny. Jennifer Beals (Mona) and Billy Zane (Joey) turn in exceptional performances in their roles. There is a certain sweetness about their fateful meeting and subsequent falling in love amidst the chaos. This movie is great fun - not meant to be taken seriously - entirely enjoyable nonetheless. If you get a chance to rent the video or see it on cable, you're in for a treat!

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