Slick portrayal of four real-life men from Sicilian and Jewish ghettos who rose to become powerful gangsters during Prohibition.
Synopsis: The story of two Italian and two Jewish kids who band together in the world of organized crime in 1920s NYC - Meyer Lansky, Bugsy Siegel and Lucky Luciano would one day rule the mob. An action-packed crime saga!
USA - 1991 - R
The story of two Italian and two Jewish kids who band together in the world of organized crime in 1920s NYC - Meyer Lansky, Bugsy Siegel and Lucky Luciano would one day rule the mob. An action-packed crime saga!
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A terrific ensemble cast powers this fast-paced action-adventure based on the true story of the rise of organized crime in America. Mobsters traces the daring exploits of four close friends growing up in the 1920s New York: the charming 'Lucky' Luciano (Christian Slater), the savvy Meyer Lansky (Patrick Dempsey), the headstrong 'Bugsy' Siegel (Richard Grieco) and the diplomatic Frank Costello (Costas Mandylor).
A terrific ensemble cast powers this fast-paced action-adventure based on the true story of the rise of organized crime in America. Mobsters traces the daring exploits of four close friends growing up in the 1920's New York: the charming "Lucky" Luciano (Christian Slater), the savvy Meyer Lansky (Patrick Dempsey), the headstrong "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) and the diplomatic Frank Costello (Costas Mandylor). From their humble beginnings, they formed an impenetrable bond that led them to the top of the underworld in this visually stunning film co-starring the sultry Lara Flynn Boyle and Oscar®-winning actors F. Murray Abraham and Anthony Quinn.
Christian Slater, Patrick Dempsey, Richard Grieco and Lara Flynn Boyle star in this fast-paced action-adventure about the rise of organized crime in America.
A terrific ensemble cast powers this fast-paced action-adventure based on the true story of the rise of organized crime in America. MOBSTERS traces the daring exploits of four close friends growing up in 1920's New York: the charming "Lucky" Luciano (Christian Slater), the savvy Meyer Lansky (Patrick Dempsey), the headstrong "Bugsy" Siegel (Richard Grieco) and the diplomatic Frank Costello (Costas Mandylor). From their humble beginnings, they formed an impenetrable bond that led them to the top of the underworld in this visually stunning film co-starring the sultry Lara Flynn Boyle and Oscar(R)-winning actors F. Murray Abraham and Anthony Quinn.
Oscar-winner Diane Keaton ("Something's Gotta Give," "Marvin's Room") stars as a mother of four whose husband, Albert Finney, leaves her for a younger woman. Keaton and Oscar-nominee Finney ("Tom Jones," "Murder On the Orient Express") deliver powerful performances in this provocative and brutally honest look at a failing marriage. With Peter Weller ("Screamers," "Robocop"), Karen Allen ("Raiders of the Lost Ark"), and Tracey Gold (TV's "Growing Pains"). Directed by Oscar-nominee Alan Parker ("Evita," "Fame," "The Commitments"). Written by Oscar-winner Bo Goldman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Scent of a Woman").
Diane Keaton stars as a mother of four whose husband, Albert Finney, leaves her for a younger woman. Keaton and Finney deliver powerful performances in this provocative and brutally honest look at a failing marriage. With Peter Weller, Karen Allen, and Tracey Gold. Directed by Alan Parker.
Segment 1: "The Play." Charlie Brown writes a term paper and relates what happened at the previous year's Christmas play.
Segment 2: "Sweet Baboo." It's Valentine's Day, but no one gets a Valentine from the person they wanted except for Snoopy and Woodstock, of course.
Segment 3: "Snoopy's Story." Peppermint Patty writes an essay about Snoopy and then is chosen to read her paper in front of the whole school.
Segment 1: "Schooldays." The trials and tribulations of Peppermint Patty in School, even after Marcie tries to avise her on how to get better grades.
Segment 2: "Snoopy's Trick." Charlie Brown has had enough of Snoopy's tricks and demands, so he attempts to get Snoopy to "shape up."
Segment 3: "Snoopy's Flight." Schroeder takes a plane flight to music camp but he makes the mistake of using Lucy as his travel agent.
Segment 1: "Snoopy's Robot." The whole "gang" goes to a computer camp.
Segment 2: "Linus and the Blanket." Linus tries to give up his blanket.
Segment 3: "Friends." Charlie Brown wonders what to do when he discovers that both Marcie and Peppermint Patty have crushes on him.
Segment 1: "The Pelican." Charlie Brown gets stuck being the mascot for Peppermint Patty's baseball team.
Segment 2: "Great Pumpkin." Peppermint Patty tries to tech Charlie Brown how to bowl while Linus and Sally wait for the arrival of the Great Pumpkin.
Segment 3: "Spike." Lucy attempts to "fatten up" Snoopy's brother Spike in preparation for a confrontation with the cat next door.
Segment 1: "Snoopys Foot." Snoopy tries to play baseball with his foot in a cast.
Segment 2: "Giant." Snoopy and Woodstock meet up with a giant.
Segment 3: "Rerun." Linus and Lucy's little brother meets a little girl in the supermarket.
Segment 1: "Kite-eating Tree." Charlie Brown once again fights with the "kite-eating tree." He goes to the psychiatry stand, but none of Lucys suggestions work. "Sally." Snoopy, dressed as the WWI Flying Ace, steals Sally's report for school.
Segment 2: "Camp." Charlie Brown gets sent home from camp for being a "trouble-maker." Peppermint Patty tells Linus how she cried when she finally saw the Little Red-haired Girl and Linus kisses her.
Segment 3: "Lucy Loves Schroeder." Lucy continues to bug Schroeder at the piano. She even puts his piano in the washer and dryer. "Scared Snoopy." Snoopy sees Lucy at her Psychiatry Stand because he as been hearing noises at night. He then refuses to pay his bill.
Segment 1: "Vulture." Snoopy thinks he's a vulture and swoops down on everyone. "Blanket." Snoopy tries to steal Linus' blanket and Lucy tries to get Linus to kick his blanket habit. Linus uses Snoopy's supper dish as blackmail to get his blanket back.
Segment 2: "Peppermint Patty." Peppermint Patty is having trouble in school with a straight "Z" average, so she refuses to go to school. Marcie has Snoopy "helicopter" her to school. "Rerun." Rerun talks to himself while riding on the back of his mother's bicycle.
Segment 3: "Rainy Day." Charlie Brown gives a "speech" on baseball signals, but everyone is watching TV instead of paying attention to him; Charlie Brown teaches Lucy how to catch fly balls and then tries to promote some team spirit among his players. Lucy follows his examples and keeps yelling from the outfield. It begins to rain and Lucy uses an umbrella for a bat.
Segment 1: "Sally at School." Sally shows how some numbers cant be trusted and practices her "eeks" and "Ys." Snoopy is a "traffic helicopter." Sally takes Woodstock's nest to school for "Show & Tell." Sally is afraid to walk home alone after she borrows a kid s ruler and breaks it.
Segment 2: "Football." Linus tries to teach Sally to play football. Lucy pulls the football away from Charlie Brown once again. Marcie and Peppermint Patty play football. "School Patrol." Peppermint Patty is jealous of Marcie when shes picked to be a traffic patrol person. The teacher gives the job to Peppermint Patty after Marcie falls asleep in class, but Peppermint Patty loses the job too.
Segment 3: "Blanket." Lucy keeps getting "attacked" by Linus' blanket. "The Team." Snoopy's dish is used for second base but Snoopy growls at anyone who goes near it; Charlie Brown tries to pick positions and also to teach Lucy how to bat; Snoopy falls asleep and Lucy refuses to slide because of her designer jeans.
Segment 1: "Gold Stars." Peppermint Patty is upset because she never gets gold stars on her papers. She asks her teacher to show her the stars and later her teacher accuses her of stealing the box. She calls her attorney, Snoopy, and has him wear a wig and take her place in class, while she disguises herself as a custodian. She finds the box of stars in the wastebasket. "Blanket." Snoopy steals Linus' blanket and Linus tricks him into giving it back.
Segment 2: “Piano.” Snoopy dances on the piano and Schroeder doesnt like it. Lucy also keeps bugging him and kicking the piano. Finally, out of jealousy, she throws it into the “kite-eating tree” and the tree eats the piano.
Segment 3: "Teaching." Snoopy tries to teach Woodstock how to lay football. Linus tries to teach Sally to play and Peppermint Patty attempts to teach Marcie. When neither of them work out, Peppermint Patty asks Charlie Brown to try out for her team. She keeps running over him testing his blocking ability and finally decides to test Snoopy, who she picks for the team. Lucy tricks Charlie Brown into letting her hold the football and again, she pulls it away.
Segment 1: "Crawl." Lucy tries to correct Charlie Browns walk. "Marcie." A boy at camp keeps calling Marcie "Lambcake'' and she keeps hitting him.
Segment 2: "Truffles." Linus takes Snoopy truffle hunting. They meet a little girl named Truffles and fight for her affection.
Segment 3: "The Lost Ballfield." The owner of the vacant lot won't let Charlie Brown's team play baseball there anymore. Marcie tells Charlie Brown how much she likes him.
Segment 1: "Shaking." Linus can't believe that a puppy could learn anything from the "shake and throw" method of training until Snoopy proves him wrong. "Spaghetti." Charlie Brown serves Snoopy spaghetti. "Football". Sally kicks the football into Woodstock's nest. Woodstock kicks it back and hits Sally. "Baseball." Charlie Brown's team wins the first game of the season. But they must forfeit the game because Rerun illegally bet on the game.
Segment 2: "Toast." Lucy tells Linus to throw burned toast out to Woodstock, but he won't eat it either. "Snow Sculpture." Lucy brags about her sculpture of George Washington until she sees Linus' huge sculpture of Washington crossing the Delaware. "Sit." Charlie Brown tries to teach Snoopy to obey commands. "School." Water from a leak in the school room ceiling drips onto Peppermint Patty's head, but the teacher won't move her for fear of destroying her seating arrangement. "Kite." Charlie Brown repeatedly tries to fly his kite and finally gets tangled up with Snoopy and Lucy.
Segment 3: "The Blanket." Lucy locks Linus' blanket in the closet and he suffers from withdrawal. "Sally." Sally guesses at answers to math questions.
Segment 1: "Charlie Brown & Lucy." Lucy keeps picking on Charlie Brown, so he goes to Snoopy who is filling in for Lucy at the Psychiatry Stand. But Snoopy (and then Lucy) falls asleep listening to him. Lucy tries to find something that Charlie Brown would be good at and finally makes him hold one end of the rope while she jumps.
Segment 2: "Kite." Charlie Brown keeps losing his cap and crashing the kite; the kite explodes into little pieces; Charlie Brown gets all tangled up in the string; the kite gets stuck in the "kite-eating tree." "The Dance." Peppermint Patty gets depressed watching a beauty contest on TV; she asks Snoopy to go to the dance with her and ends up slugging a kid who comments on Snoopys nose. Snoopy returns home and has Charlie Brown read him a story about the Bunny Wunnies.
Segment 3: "Thiebault." Charlie Brown criticizes Snoopy for not catching the baseball and Lucy and Frieda criticize Charlie Brown for not pitching correctly. Peppermint Patty borrows Charlie Brown's glove and then lends it to Thiebault, but he refuses to give it back. Peppermint Patty asks Marcie to play but Thiebault doesn't want a girl on his team so she slugs him.