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"Unapologetically brash in dialogue and texture GOODNIGHT JOSEPH PARKER is the classic love story brought to a no-pleasantries bar room. Girl loves man who loves woman, woman isn't worth his time. Into that mix throw in a hopeless drunk with a good heart and weak stomach, a bartender who's more desperate than his customers and Steven Tyler as a shameless bad boy looking for a good time and fast woman. Powerful, gritty, hard hitting and raw." Written by
Ross Anthony's Hollywood Report Card
Powerful character-driven drama of 5 old friends who reunite in a basement bar in New Jersey. Tells the story of Joey Parker who, after 7 years of being away, has come back to find his ex, Muriel, and ask her to marry him. Joey convinces everyone that he is on the brink of becoming famous - which is a total lie. He is obsessed with Muriel and will stop at nothing to get her back. Unfortunately, Joey finds that you can never go back home as things are not as they were when he left. Paul Sorvino gives a masterful performance as the father figure who accepts Joey back, in spite of his delusions. An emotionally intense movie with some hilarious performances by "Aerosmith" lead, Steven Tyler. A must see.
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