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What are you gonna do to me?
Ed Rossi, Jr.:
Movie starts in three minutes. If you don't tell us where the money is, we're gonna cut your fingers off during the opening credits.
Titles. Credits come at the end of the movies. Titles come first.
Ed Rossi, Jr.:
Fine. Titles. We're gonna cut 'em off during the fuckin' titles.
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The simplest way to describe The Last Shot is offbeat. This film is not for everyone, but I enjoyed it. It is a little disturbing to think these things really happened. The cast is fantastic, especially Baldwin. Broderick makes up for his disastrous turn as Harold Hill (in the Music Man). I would like to add here that Joan Cusack, who didn't make the opening titles or any of the posters, is absolutely hilarious. Ray Liotta should not have been cast. His presence is too big for the part he's playing. Overall, it's a clever film. My kudos to the editor.
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