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Diner

A thoughtful, charming sleeper. Writer-director Barry Levinson's debut takes us back to the late-1950s Baltimore of his youth, brilliantly evoking that era through carefully drawn characters. Five pals meet at their favorite diner in between problems with… (more)

Released: 1982

Rating: R

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02:01 — A Baltimore diner is the hangout for a group of young men during the late 1950's. This slice-of-life comedy features many now-famous personalities!
(Movie Clip) Cleopatra On A Plate
Eddie (Steve Guttenberg) is discussing his upcoming marriage with home-from-college Billy (Tim Daly) when they're approached by nutty Methan (Tait Rup (more…)
(Movie Clip) On Our Next Date
An eating exhibition by Earl (Mark Margolis) entertains the guys (Steve Guttenberg, Paul Reiser, Tim Daly, Daniel Stern, Kevin Bacon) until Boogie (Mi (more…)
(Movie Clip) Opening, Baltimore 1959
Modell (Paul Reiser), Boogie (Mickey Rourke) and Fenwick (Kevin Bacon), along with their temperaments, are introduced at the Christmas dance in the op (more…)

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  • Released: 1982
  • Rating: R
  • Review: A thoughtful, charming sleeper. Writer-director Barry Levinson's debut takes us back to the late-1950s Baltimore of his youth, brilliantly evoking that era through carefully drawn characters. Five pals meet at their favorite diner in between problems with… (more)

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