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Dalila Di Lazzaro
Louie is a New York City slum landlord who is given 120 days to repair one of his apartment blocks. The problem for Louie is that he must live in the rundown block until the repairs are complete. Louie's father is the real boss, and he has no intention of paying for the repairs. This leaves Louie to live in the squalor his tenants endure all year round.Written by
Vincent Gardenia's wife in the movie was named "Irene". Gardenia had a re-occurring role in the series "All in the Family" as Frank Lorenzo, who's wife was also called "Irene". By an odd twist of fate, when Gardenia passed away, he was discovered in his hotel room by another "Irene" (Irene Gandy). See more »
Reflected in the window of Big Lou's car after telling his son about leaving to Tahiti. See more »
Big Lou Kritski:
Heather, can I ask you something? How far did you go in school?
Oh, well when I was in high school I wouldn't even let a guy touch me. But when I got to community college, I turned pretty wild.
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For real. Have a little sense of humor about this one. Obviously it does not contain realistic elements and the acting of some of the characters didn't give their brightest performances but it's more a show than a movie. I classify movies as films that are to be taken seriously precluding to aspects like acting, filming, dialogue, original comedy, killer special effects..etc whatever it may be because the people affiliated with the making are striving to find a way to discover the next best flick. I classify shows as films that are made strictly just to entertain us. The Super is a comedy and it made me laugh hysterically just watching Pesci's physical acting. The dad was hilarious. A lot of people say he did terrible. Why? He was an arrogant slumlord and a big old asshole that had mercy for not a soul. Reminds me of my Uncle Jimmy from Boston. His angry bantering and selfish statements were so funny and in my mind authentic. The main actress? Eh whatever were watchin Pesci just to belly laugh.
So don't pay attention the shitty elements that most critics cap on but just sit down, hit the bong, and see if you don't pee in your pants laughing at the awesome talents of Joe Pesci. GIMME THE RENT!
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