Jimmy Alto is an actor wannabe who stumbles into the role of a lifetime. He becomes a vigilante crime-fighter, aided by his sidekick William, who has suffered a head wound and has problems ... See full summary »
Traces the legendary author's life, from the images and memories of his early boyhood, to his tragic suicide at the age of sixty-two. We first meet Hemingway as a young boy dominated by the... See full summary »
José María Sánchez
Two New Yorkers are accused of murder in rural Alabama while on their way back to college, and one of their cousins--an inexperienced, loudmouth lawyer not accustomed to Southern rules and manners--comes in to defend them.
The incorruptible judge Annibale Salvemini, starts investigating over a classic Italian business/politics/corruption affair. He start to operate, as usual, very strongly. He orders ... See full summary »
Dalila Di Lazzaro
Louie is a New York 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
In the scene when Joe Pesci is in the grocery store, he says the line " What am I a mirage?" He says the same line in Goodfellas. See more »
When Louie shows up at his apartment building on the first night of his house arrest, he parks his red corvette in the street. The corvette is seen from the alley point-of-view to the left of a fence that covers half of the alley entrance (the corvette is visible through the non-fenced side of this alley on the left). That same night the corvette is stripped of all usable parts, including the wheels and left up on blocks. But days later when Louie follows Marlon into the alley toward the basketball courts, the corvette has inexplicably moved to where it is now seen BEHIND the aforementioned fence, i.e. twenty feet to the right from it's original position. It should still be visible through the fence opening on the left, not THROUGH the fenced side on the right. See more »
Big Lou Kritski:
Will you stop about the tenants? Remember, they used to live in huts. They used to eat people. You feel better now? Hey, come on, who gives a shit about a few whiny kookaboos?
Therefore, I find Louis Kritski Jr. guilty.
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If you like " my cousin vinny" than this is a must see. In this movie , they show a situation that is normal for some parts of the cities in the world. A "rich" guy ( home block owner) in his own ' falling apart' building, this gifs a lot off humorisch situations and after all the super will turn out to be a great guy even though his father does not agree with him. He will find a great place to park his car and will notice that the alarm works well. A guarantee for a fun evening in front of the tv. Good comedy.
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