Alice movie trailer - starring Alec Baldwin, William Hurt, Joe Mantegna, Mia Farrow, Judy Davis, Cybill Shepherd. Directed by Woody Allen. Genre: Comedy
Two women, unaware of each other, discover they are both dating a charming scoundrel - can this inventive womanizer talk his way out of this one?
Interesting account of a collector for his mobster father who yearns to be a concert pianist. Toback's impressive directorial debut!
The legend of 1940's gangster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegal, who, influenced by a beautiful woman, initiated the gambling mecca of Las Vegas by building the Flamingo Hotel. Nominated for many Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
When two girls discover they've both been dating the same ne'er do well, they hatch a scheme to make him regret his womanizing ways. Low budget and strange with some mesmerizing moments.
Death Of A Dynasty movie trailer - starring Rashida Jones, Devon Aoki, Damon Dash, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Robert Stapleton, Capone. Directed by Damon Dash. Theatrical Release Date: 4/29/2005
Ben Siegel (Warren Beatty) leaves Lansky (Ben Kingsley) and Luciano (Bill Graham) waiting while he visits Jerry the Bookie (Anthony Russell) in an early scene from Bugsy, 1991.
Ben (Warren Beatty) makes a business call on L.A. racketeer Jack Dragna (Richard C. Sarafian) in director Barry Levinson's Bugsy, 1991, from a script by James Toback.
In the scene recreated in Warren Beatty's Bugsy, 1991, Johnny (George Raft) warns Fay (Marlene Dietrich) to stay away from his pal, in Raoul Walsh's Manpower, 1941.
Pal George Raft (Joe Mantegna) brings Ben (Warren Beatty) to the set of his movie Manpower where he sees Marlene Dietrich (Ksenia Prohaska) and meets Virginia Hill (Annette Bening) in Bugsy, 1991.
The informative and somewhat lewd opening sequence to director Barry Levinson's Bugsy, 1991, featuring star and producer Warren Beatty, from a book by Dean Jennings.
Ben (Warren Beatty) has a revelation after visiting a ramshackle Las Vegas casino with Mickey Cohen (Harvey Keitel) and Virginia Hill (Annette Bening) in Barry Levinson's Bugsy, 1991.
When Harvard's star basketball player faces financial trouble, his life spirals out of control as he faces one risky proposition after another.
The rise and fall of former Heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson.
The most ferocious boxer to ever step inside the ring, MIKE TYSON was at age 20 the youngest heavyweight champion in history. But within a few short years, the baddest man on the planet was himself on the ropes, the victim of his own rage and fear. Told exclusively through the compelling words and commentary of Iron Mike himself, Tyson is a powerfully frank and provocative look at one of the mo...
The most ferocious boxer to ever step inside the ring, Mike Tyson, was at age 20 the youngest heavyweight champion in history. But within a few short years, the baddest man on the planet was himself on the ropes, the victim of his own rage and fear. Told exclusively through the compelling words and commentary of Iron Mike himself, TYSON is a powerfully frank and provocative look at one of the most controversial and misunderstood sports figures of all time.
Death of a Dynasty is Damon Dash's slapstick parody of the industry that made him rich. Dash is the CEO of Roc-a-Fella records, home to hip-hop's biggest seller: Jay Z. The film is a fictionalized account of a beef between Dash and Z over the party chick Picasso, played by the sometimes model, sometimes actress, always disconcertingly teenage looking Devon Aoki.
This steamy drama stars Neve Campbell as the girlfriend of a conman who uses the men in her life in a revenge scheme. This seductive drama also stars Frederick Weller and "The Sopranos" Dominic Chianese.
Johnny chats with movie director James Toback, hotelier Andre Balazs, real estate developer Richard LeFrak and PR maven Peggy Siegal.
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