A group of lifelong friends meet again in Queens for Ray's bachelor party and wedding.

Director:

Steve Rash

Writers:

Tony Spiridakis (story), Joseph W. Savino (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Bacon ... Dennis
Linda Fiorentino ... Carla
John Malkovich ... Eliot
Joe Mantegna ... Al
Ken Olin ... Ray
Tony Spiridakis ... Vinny
Tom Waits ... Monte
Chloe Webb ... Patricia
Jamie Lee Curtis ... Grace
Michael Zelniker ... Marty
Kelly Bishop ... Maria
Terry Kinney ... Jeremy
Ed Marinaro ... Jack
Wendy Gazelle Wendy Gazelle ... Kate
Jodie Markell ... Inez
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Storyline

In Queens, a group of friends prepares a bachelor party for their childhood friends Ray and Patricia; however Ray has cold feet and is insecure whether there will be wedding. During the party, there are discoveries for most of them. Al, who is married with Carla with two daughters, is a womanizer and meets the wealthy Grace that teaches him a lesson. The musician Dennis, who seems to be proud of living in Hollywood, confesses that he misses the Queens. The gay Eliot gets rid of Jeremy and stays with his friend Marty. Ray meets the gorgeous Asha and finds what he wants. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

Screenwriting debut for actor Tony Spiridakis. See more »

Quotes

Grace: You're a little tense, don't you think?
Al: Who wouldn't be tense? This music could make Will Rogers punch a nun.
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References The Donna Reed Show (1958) See more »

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Fooled Around and Fell In Love
Performed by Henry Lee Summer, who appears courtesy of Epic Records and Guitar Solo by Joe Walsh
Produced and Engineered by Ron Nevison
Written by Elvin Bishop
Courtesy of Epic Associated Records
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Now THIS Is New York
28 December 2003 | by thurberdrawingSee all my reviews

Released in 1991, this movie captures a quality New York possessed in the late eighties. The characters seem genuinely capable of making the wisecracks the script has them make. They're middle-class urbanites who are capable of desperate violence. Yet, they are not particularly violent. They are haunted by the hardscrabble lives of their parents. The story involves a group of people in their early-to-mid-thirties. They've known each other since childhood. The plot is this: Will the scheduled marriage between two members of this group actually take place? While he is not the lead actor here, John Malkovich plays a character who embodies the dilemma each one of the characters faces. Each one wishes he were somewhere else and yet each one would give his right arm for anybody else in this circle of friends. Unlike his friends, he is gay, but what he has in common with them is the sense that the upper-class will have nothing to do with him. He is dating an upwardly-mobile man and his confrontation with him is still refreshing thirteen years after this movie was filmed. Many movies and TV series have dealt with this milieu, but very few have pulled it off. It is not entirely believable--there's an over-the-top story-line with Jamie Lee Curtis as a smooth-talker who enchants the edgy Joe Mantegna--but it's assertive. QUEENS LOGIC is well worth viewing.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 February 1991 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$144,341, 3 February 1991

Gross USA:

$612,781

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$612,781
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Dolby

Color:

Color

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1.85 : 1
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