Film version of the Bizet opera, in which a choreographer falls in love with the woman he has cast as the title character.
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With Open Arms -- A killer-for-hire strong-arms his way out of the mob after he is tricked into committing an unspeakable act.
The Hit -- When a mobster's wife drains his checking account, she becomes a target of her husband's hit-men. What these hardcases fail to understand is that she is as unpredictable as they come, and more than a match for any man.
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A riotous caper about four retired mobsters in a decaying residential hotel who hatch a grand plan to save their home. Starring Richard Dreyfuss and Burt Reynolds.
Terence Stamp is Willie, a gangster's henchman turned informer trying to live in peaceful hiding in a remote Spanish village. Sun-dappled bliss turns to nerve-racking suspense, however, when two hit men — played by a soulless John Hurt and a youthful, loose-cannon Tim Roth — come a-calling to bring Willie back for execution. This stylish early gem from Stephen Frears boasts terrific performances from a roster of England's best hard-boiled actors and ravishing photography of its desolate Spanish location – a splendid backdrop for a rather sordid story.
The Hit is the sequel to cult favorite "Straight Out Of Compton," in which Blair Underwood stars as Hen, an up-and-coming record executive whose goal is to bring all rival rap record labels together and form one Black-owned label that gives back to the community. While trying to build this label, he inadvertently crosses the Mob, who attempts to shut down his plans. From rival gangsters to dodging mob hits to tangled love triangles THE HIT is a film full of drama, action, and plot twists.
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