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Tuesday Never Comes (1992)

An Irish mercenary tries to deal with his crack addiction and suicidal tendencies to get revenge on an Italian American crime empire that tried to kill him.

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Jason Holt ...
Zack
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Micelli
Denise Ezell ...
Rebecca
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Michelle
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Druilet (as Lawrence H. Jacobs)
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Greenberg
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Agent Anderson
Gail Herman ...
Debra
David Risotto ...
Tony
Laurie Cantwell ...
Sylvia
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Brigitte Aime
Mark Bethea ...
Crack dealer
Tain Bodkin ...
Johnny
Lucy Boyd ...
Suzette
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Joey

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During the height of the crack epidemic, an Italian American crime syndicate is threatened when an Irish mercenary they tried to expose of comes back to exact his revenge. To make matters worse, the FBI plan on taking them down and use the fact that the boss and his wife are getting hooked on the crack themselves to get people on the inside looking for a way out. The end result is a shoot-out carnage. Written by tromafan

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A masterpiece of Dadaist Montage!
15 September 2004 | by (Washington DC, USA) – See all my reviews

See director Jason Holt create a surrealist action blockbuster on a microscopic budget using more than an hour of amazing stock footage, the coked-up erzatz 'Scarface' method antics of Erik Estrada, the voluptuous horror of Karen Black, the agonizing to watch 'Why didn't I stay in touch with Travolta' suffering of Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, and Holt's own refrigerator-torsoed leading man performance. Worth it alone for the Holt/ Black love-scene-in-a-heap-of-garbage-that-ends-in-murder!

Take THAT, Michael Bay!


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