The St. Valentine's Day Massacre -- Named after the event itself, ST. VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE chronicles the Chicago gangster wars of the 1920s.
Tobruk -- There is only a very thin line between heroism and cowardice. Courage is the will power, which no man has enough to spare. If used, it is soon exhausted. Courage is the capital, which we spend gradually. The deepest fear rises when a man is floundered by a current, all alone, having nothing to hold on and not being able to cope. Thus, the last order may be the order to pay out the account drawing to zero.
The plot of the film is freely based on the classic American novel The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane, first published in New York in 1897.
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre -- Trailer for this gangster tale
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Jack Cosmo (Joe Piscopo) is a has-been, alcoholic Broadway director who needs to produce a successful musical in order to pay off his debt to mob boss Big Mike (Paul Sorvino). However, problems arise when Big Mike insists on using the degenerates and criminals who owe him money as the cast and crew. Now Jack has one last chance to revitalize his career, and hopefully in the process be able to reconnect with his estranged daughter Sarah (Erika Christensen) who is the key to his sobriety.
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Joe Piscopo is a has-been director who needs to produce a successful musical to appease mob boss (Paul Sorvino) and at the same time revive his career and reconnect with his estranged daughter (Erika Christensen).
Named after the event itself, St. Valentine’s Day Massacre chronicles the Chicago gangster wars of the 1920s. The terrible true-life events of February 14, 1929 thrust gangster Al Capone into the national spotlight, but marked the beginning of the end of Chicago's criminal empire. Rival Chicago mobsters Al Capone and Bugs Moran battle for control of the city’s crime element - which leads to a bloody showdown in which Capone’s men, dressed as policeman, kill seven key members of Moran’s gang in a warehouse. Jack Nicholson makes a cameo appearance in what is one of his first screen roles.
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